Current exhibitions

Åsne Kummene Mellem, Kaksikymmentäkolme eksperimentia (2019-2020)


Nordover - Longyearbyen

"Dilemma" presents works by contemporary artists who actualize how nature and man stand in a relationship of dependence on each other.

Breathing Lines


Daniel Steegmann Mangrané explores atmospheres that undermine the traditional boundaries between nature and culture, subjects and objects.

Sámi Shelters av Joar Nango

Stimuli 6


Stimuli is an exhibition program with focus on our newly acquired artworks.

Fra utstilling, Watch Out - an angry stone. Foto: NNKM / Kim Skytte

Watch Out - an Angry Stone


This exhibition explores artworks from the museum's collection in a span from the 19th century until today, depicting sceeneris from Svalbard in the North to Japan in the East. 

Drawing on tour


Visit us:

Every day 10-17
Thursdays 10-20

Adults: 80,-
Seniors: 50,-
Children/students: Free
More information here.
Address: Sjøgata 1, Tromsø

Congratulations to Riddo Duottar Museum

We congratulate Riddo Duottar Museum on the funding boost in this year's state budget for planning a new Sámi Art Museum. This is an important step for Sápmi, as the museum will be a home for the powerful Sámi collection it has been building over decades.

Kulturnatta 2022 (culture night)

On Friday 7 October, the stage is finally set for this year's Kulturnatta (culture night) in Tromsø. Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum is open from 10 to 21 and entry is free all day. We offer a range of activities, such as story time, yoga, guided tours, hologram workshop, drawing workshop and open cafe.

Free entrance

We are mounting a new exhibition on the first and second floor. On the third floor are the exhibitions Stimuli 6 and Watch Out - an Angry Stone, and while we are rigging and assembling, entry is free. We are opening our new exhibition, Breathing Lines, on Saturday 24 September at 2pm.