Oslo Opens Reference group
Astrup Fearnley Museum for Moderne Art
Atelier Nord
Billedkunstnerne i Oslo og Akershus (BOA)
Fotogalleriet / Forbundet Frie Fotografer (FFF)
Fellesverkstedet
Kunstnernes Hus
The National Museum of Art, Archtecture and Design
Norsk Billedhoggerforening (NBF)
Norske Kunsthåndverkere Oslo og Akershus (NKOA)
Norsk senter for teknologi i musikk og kunst (NOTAM)
Norske tekstilkuntnere/SOFT
Tegnerforbundet (TF)
Young Artists Society (UKS)


Supported by
City of Oslo, Agency for Cultural Affairs
Arts Council Norway
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Norwegian Crafts
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Norske Kunsthåndverkere

Grieg, Ellen

Textile

Ellen Grieg (b. 1948)

Ellen Grieg has for more than 25 years been running the textile workshops at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Throughout her career in arts education Grieg has undertaken an extensive research into colours and dyes in natural and synthetic fibres based on well-known techniques such as batik and plangi on naval mooring ropes. Her works have in recent years evolved from studies within two dimensions to assume three-dimensional sculptural qualities.

Recent solo exhibitions include Gallery Lynx, Oslo and Studio 17, Stavanger as well as numerous group shows in Norway and Northern Europe. Ellen Grieg is represented in the collection of the National Museum of Art and Design and the Arts Council Norway as well as regional public and private collections. Public commissions include the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment as well as hospitals, prisons and schools in Norway. (Lars Sture)

Member of NTK, NBK, NK

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Transformasjoner skisse, egen teknikk. ca.1 m høyt. under arbeid
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Transformasjon skisse 1, egen teknikk, ca. 1m høy, under arbeid,
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Transformasjon skisse 2, egen teknikk, ca 1 m høy, under arbeid
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Transformasjon skisse 3, egen teknikk, ca. 1 m høy, under arbeid

Planned projects and exhibitions

2017, desember – Curio / Design Miami i regi av Norwegian Crafts.

2018 – Telemarksgalleriet & Lysbuen (17/3 – 13/5)

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Name: ELLEN GRIEG.
Born: 27 June 1948 in Oslo.
Address: Kjelsåsvn. 143 B, 0491 Oslo
Atelier: Frysja Senter, Kjelsåsvn. 145, 0491 Oslo.
Tel .: 0047 92223146.
Email: tekstilkunst@ellen-grieg.no
Homepage: frysja.no

1991 – 2016 foreman, tissue, 50% position, Department of Textile, National Academy of the Arts, Oslo, Department Arts and Crafts.
1975 to today Atelier in “Frysja Centre”, Kjelsåsvn. 145, 0491 Oslo.
1987 – 1990 Atelier in Kautokeino.
1973 – 1975 Atelier in "Kirkeristen» Oslo

EDUCATION:
1974-1975 Craft school in Prague, “UMPRUM” textile, professor Felcman,
1974 – The Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, painting, professor Gajdos.
1971 – Atelier des Gobelins in Paris, 2 month.
1969 – 1973 National Academy of the Arts School, fabric / tissue, with diploma.
1967 -68. Woodcrafts line Fredrikstad Yrkesskole.
1967 Examen artium, Science line, Fredrikstad.

SCHOLARSHIP:
2017 – State Exhibition Grant
2017 – BKV (Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond) – Ettårig arbeidsstipend
2016 – Norsk Kulturråd, Vederlagsfondet
1997 – Guaranteed Minimum Income for Artists.
1997 – Oslo By`s Culture Scholarship.
1988 – Compensation Fund.
1981 – Government’s 3-year Work grants for artists.
1978 – Government Travel and Study scholarship for artists.
1976 – Grini- Prisoners Fund
1977 – 1978 – UD`s Exchange Programmes grants to Czechoslovakia
1974 – 1975 – UD`s Exchange Programmes grants to Czechoslovakia.
1973 – 1974 – UD`s Exchange Programmes grants to Czechoslovakia

SEPARATE EXHIBITIONS:
2018 -19 or -20? – KHÅK Kunsthall, Ålesund
2018 -19 or -20? – Kunstbanken Hamar
2018 – Telemarksgalleriet & Lysbuen (17/3 – 13/5)
2016 – Studio 17, Stavanger
2015 – Gallery Lynx.
2010 – Villa Fridheim, Krøderen
2010 – Lørenskog Kunstforening
2007 – Art craftsmen in Kongensgt., Oslo.
2001 – Bodø Art Society.
2001 – Varangerbotn Sami Museum.
2001 – North Norwegian Artist Centre, Svolvaer
1998 – Mariehamn State Library, Aland, Finland,
1996 – Sandefjord Art Association,
1993 – The “parliament”, Bærums Works,
1983 – Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
1980 – “Trends”, Gallery F-15, Moss

IMPORTANT juried EXHIBITIONS:
2017- Norwegian Crafts annual exhibition
2017 – Tallin Triennale
2017 – Nordnorsken
2016 – Høstutstillingen, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo.
1991 – Opening Exhibition at Alta Museum,
1991 – “Cross Point”, Høvikodden,
1989 – Guest Exhibitor in Murmansk
1989 – Travelling exhibition in Murmansk
1989 – “Summer Exhibition” anniversary exhibition, the Festival of Harstad,
1988 – “Fashion and Accessories”, the Festival of Harstad,
1987 – Festival of Harstad,
1986 – “20 MESH”, Museum of Applied Art in Oslo,
1979 – Kunstnerforbundet, “5 craftspeople”
1989 – “Art in Eastern Finnmark”.
Norwegian Arts and Crafts traveling exhibition, over large parts of Norway, in 1979 -81,
Norwegian Arts and Crafts Year exhibitions 1976,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,85,86, 91, 94.
Norwegian Craftsmen Oslo / Akershus District shows the 70’s and 80’s.

IMPORTANT GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2016 – Gallery Seilduken
2015 – Gallery Seilduken
2012 – Seljord Art Association; "The apple and stem»
2012 – Finnskog exhibition.
2011 – Art Senja autumn
2011 – Gallery Fagerlund summer
2003 – Voss Gallery,
2001 – Telemark County Gallery; Frysja artists.
1993 – Jubilee exhibition, Tynset Civic,
1993 – “Nordic Light”, St. Petersburg.
1987 and 1989 – “northern Scandinavia Autumn Salon”, Lulea, Sweden,
1990 – “Workshop outlet nearby Gets 15 Year Anniversary” exhibition in Oslo Art Association.
1987 – International Festival of Elverum,
1983 – “Frysja on By`n”, Applied Arts in Oslo,
1981 – “Frysja artists”, Kristiansand Fortress,

PROCUREMENT:
1986 – Museum of Applied Art in Oslo
1980 and 1983 – Norwegian Council for Cultural Affairs
1982 – Akershus County Council
1981 – Kristiansand Municipality
1983 – The National Gallery,

CONSULTANT ASSIGNMENTS:
1999 – Mortensrud school, Oslo.
1988 – Kirkenes Post farm,
1990 – The Foundation for New Public Construction.
1987 – NSB Lodalen Drift Farm,

UNION:
Norwegian Textile Artists, NTK.
Norwegian Visual Artists Association, NBK.
Norwegian Craftsmen, NK.

HONORARY In NK and other artistic committees:
1999 – 2002 – Deputy of the Board of Fine Art in Oslo
1999 – 2005 – The Board of Einar Granum drawing and painting school
1996 – ca. 2005 – Allocation Committee for Municipal studios in Oslo
1998 – 2000 – Vara NK`s setting committee
1995 – 1998 – NK`s National Board, deputy representative
1995 – 1997 – Council debutant- and equipment support, deputy
1992 – 1997 – Fund Board for public art (2% fund), in Oslo,
1992 – 1997 – Regional Councils (RSU), Oslo,
1991 – NK`s utstillingskommitè,
1990-1993 – Innstillingskommiteen in NK,
1981-1983 – Norwegian Cultural Council Innkjøpskommite` Contemporary,
1989-1991 – Board of North Norwegian Artist Centre
1988-1991 – Board of Northern Norwegian Craftsmen,
1981-1984 – Student Council Department of Textile, SHKS,
1977 – Innstillingskommiteen in NK.
1977-1980 – NK`s representative in “Kloster Committee” -
1976-1981 – NK`s mediation center, Board Member,
1976-1977 and 1985-1986 – NK`s jury

Ornaments:
2002 – Zefyr sick hotel, Bodo,
1995 – Ask A / S, Fredrikstad,
1993 – Studio Building, Bogstadveien 30, Oslo.
1990 – “Sydspissen Perm- and Conference”, Tromso.
1985 – Sandefjord Female Prison,
1985 – Paul assisted living, Oslo,
1983 – Ministry of Environment,
1982 – Central Hospital of Akershus,
1977 – Hobøl and Spydeberg Junior Cooperation with Bente Sætrang.

SYMPOSIUM:
1993 – “Nordic Light”, St. Petersburg, 1 week, May / June,
1989 – «FNIK" symposium 9 textile artists from 8 countries in Europe; "Experimental textile», – Lulea, Sweden.

REPRESENTED IN COLLECTIONS:
Vestlandske Kunstindustrimuseum, Bergen.
Applied Arts Museum in Oslo.
Decorative Arts Museum, Trondheim.

PRIVATE PURCHASE, among others .:
1995 – Tandberg Data,
1986 – “Jensen & Jensen”, located in the shopping center in Fredrikstad.
1986 – Norwegian Oil Trading, Sandvika,
1984 – CBK, Spydeberg
Various private offices.
Various private procurement in Norway and Japan.

JURY FOR ART COMPETITIONS:
1980 – Asker Culture, Stage Carpet.
1978 – Bardu County Building,

Invited In Competitions:
Nesna Teacher Training College.
National College of the Arts, Oslo.

STUDY TRAVELS:
Denmark, Sweden, Finland, France, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Germany, Turkey, Egypt, England, Russia, Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Greenland, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, China.

LITERATURE.
1991 – SAS Norway
1970 – 1990. “A new consciousness” – Norwegian kunsrhåndverk, Opstad
1990 – Better at work
1980 – 1982, 1989. The journal Artwork
1987 – Women and clothing
1983 – «A – magasinet», Aftenposten
1974 and 1983 – "Bonytt»
Norwegian artist Encyclopedia.

Open on: Saturday

Address

Frysja kunstnersenter

Kjelsåsveien 145, 0491 Oslo
Tram; Myrerskogveien. Train and bus; Kjelsås stadion.m

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