We are very sorry to announce that Fresh Winds 7th edition has been postponed one year due to the pandemic.
We look very much forward to come creative, happy and strong back December’22 and January’23
FRESH WINDS KEEP BLOWING WITH FULL PROGRAM 11th AND 12th JANUARY
FERSKIR VINDAR BLÁSA ÁFRAM MEÐ HELLINGS DAGSKRÁ HELGINA 11. OG 12. JANÚAR
Programm / DAGSKRÁ
Since December 14, 45 artists have been creating artworks in Suðurnesjabær and expanding life in the area for the international art Festival Fresh Winds.
Theme of the festival this year is “at the edge of the world”.
Guided tour of full program is offered on the 4th, 5th,11th and 12th January; exhibitions, concerts, performances, happenings, etc…
Presentation – Open house at 20.00
Kynningarkvöld – opið hús kl. 20.00
BIbiana Huang Matheis
Amber Nunn Khan
Pirko Julia Schroeder
Davið Örn Halldórsson
Fresh Winds – International Art Biennale
Ferskir vindar – Alþjóðleg Listahátíð
45 artists during 4 weeks creating artworks in Suðurnesjabær
and expanding life in the area.
The international art Festival Fresh Winds in Iceland will be held for
the sixth time in Iceland from 14th. Dec. 2019 to 12.th. Jan. 2020
under artistic direction of Mireya Samper. Theme of the festival
this year is “at the edge of the world”.
The opening of exhibitions, concerts, performances and happening
will be 04th January 2020 at 14:00 Sunnubraut 4, Suðurnesjabær.
45 listamenn að störfum í 4 vikur víðs vegar í Suðurnesjabæ.
Alþjóðlega listahátíðin Ferskir vindar verður haldin í sjötta sinn á Íslandi dagana 13.12.2019 – 12.01.2020 undir listrænni stjórn Mireya Samper. Þema hátíðarinnar í ár er “á hjara veraldar”.
Hátíðleg opnun sýninga, tónleika, gjörninga og uppákoma verður 04. janúar 2020 klukkan 14.00 að Sunnubraut 4, Garði, Suðurnesjabæ.
The great cultural price Eyrarrósin 2018 was awarded at the international art Festival Fresh Winds from Listahátíð í Reykjavík / Reykjavik Arts Festival.
Annually, Reykjavik Arts Festival in collaboration with Air Iceland Connect and Byggðastofnun reward cultural and artistic projects outside of the Reykjavik area. The award is called Eyrarrósin.