Digital material

On this page, we collect digital material for those who want to take part of the museum’s exhibitions and educational activities from home. More material will come, so stay tuned!

Josefin Lindskog – Do you see me now

27 March–30 May 2021
Fritt inträde

Josefin Lindskog, born in 1980 in Stockholm, works as an artist, costume designer, set designer and art educator. She often works with textiles and clothes in her art and drawings, but also more tangible in sculptural works where she creates objects from clothes that she or relatives have worn. Her art has an autobiographical starting […]

Hardy Strid’s 50s – drawn modernism

27 March–30 May 2021
Free admission

Hardy Strid (1921–2012), born in Haverdal, Halmstad, was a Swedish painter, illustrator, graphic artist and glass artist. He was one of the initiators of Teckningsmuseet (The Museum of Drawings). In his youth, he painted works inspired by The Halmstad Group’s surrealism, and later also came to be impressed by Dadaism. Between 1947 and 1952, Strid […]

Fashion: Surface with depth – Halland 2021

In 2021, across thirteen different locations and various exhibition periods, the world of fashion is explored in the county project »Fashion: Surface with depth – Halland 2021« (Mode: Yta med djup – Halland 2021). The project includes, among other things, our exhibitions »Do you see me now« by Josefin Lindskog and »Swedish fashion drawing 1920–2020«. […]

18th century fashion pictures in Sweden

1 september 17.30

Digital lecture by Patrik Steorn | New fashion products circulated rapidly in Europe as early as the 18th century. A global media – and fashion-oriented popular culture was established, which was characterized by the taste and consumption patterns of the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie. This lecture is about French fashion posters and English fashion caricatures […]

Book our drawing studio


Book our drawing studio and enjoy 45 minutes of free creativity – including access to various art material. We have set a maximum limit of 4 people at the same time, so everyone can feel safe and keep their distance without problems. Book your visit (no admission) at or +46 (0)430-154 50. Spontaneous visits […]