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Nordic Kultur 2021–22 now available in the Museum Store

Nordic Kultur 2021–22 now available in the Museum Store
An issue of Nordic Kultur next two two ceramic ghost statues Two ceramic ghost statues look at a page in Nordic Kultur

The 2021–22 issue of the Museum's magazine, Nordic Kultur, is now available in our Museum Store

This issue is packed with great articles, beautiful photos, and Nordic spirit. Featured articles include explorations of our upcoming exhibitions and recent collections acquisitions. Other articles explore Nordic values like sustainability and innovation, as well as cultural touchstones like national dress and famous authors. These articles are written by Museum staff and subject matter experts from the Nordic countries and the US and are sure to enrich your understanding of and appreciation for Nordic culture. 

Purchase your copy of Nordic Kultur in the online Museum Store here, or shop in store during Museum hours. 

Inside, you'll find: 

  • Among Forests and Lakes: A conversation with the curators by Leslie Anne Anderson, National Nordic Museum Director of Collections, Exhibitions, and Programs
  • The National Nordic Museum Acquires a Swedish Royal Tapestry by Leslie Anne Anderson
  • Museum Officially Names the Barbro Osher Gallery
  • M(other) Tongues: Bodhild and Las Hermanas Iglesias by Leslie Anne Anderson
  • Paper Dialogues: The Dragon and Our Stories by Leslie Anne Anderson
  • History in the Making: Collecting Oral Histories in the Midst of a Global Pandemic by Alison DeRiemer, National Nordic Museum Archivist and Oral History Specialist
  • Nordic Women in Leadership Series
  • Food Security and Sustainability Series
  • In the Studio of Danish-American Artists Emil and Dines Carlsen by Leslie Anne Anderson
  • The World Needs Nordic Innovation by Robert Strand, PhD, Executive Director of the Center for Responsible Business
  • Volunteer Spotlight by Timothy Krumland, National Nordic Museum Volunteer Coordinator
  • The Legacy of Norway's First Bunad, The Nasjonaldrakt by Carrie Hertz, PhD, Curator of Textiles and Dress at the Museum of International Folk Art
  • A Common Thread: Icelandic embroidery series, history, and refilsaumr by Rosemary Jones, National Nordic Museum Director of Marketing
  • The United States of Nordic America map
  • Freezing for the Future: Diverse crop conservation at the Svalbard Seed Vault by Becky Forsberg, National Nordic Museum Guest Services Manager
  • Scan Design Foundation: A decade of support and a lifetime of impact by Erik Phil, National Nordic Museum Director of Development
  • Wild and Free: The Nordic concept of friluftsliv by Rachel Ballister, National Nordic Museum Membership and Database Coordinator
  • Green is the New Black: The Re-Looping Fashion Initiative and the rise of recycled fashion by Caroline Parry, National Nordic Museum Grants and Giving Coordinator
  • 50/50 by 2020: Sweden's cinematic quest for equality by Stina Cowan, National Nordic Museum Educational and Cultural Programs Manager
  • A Marriage of Old and New: Nordic wedding traditions by Kate Dugdale, National Nordic Museum Education and Interpretation Coordinator
  • Nordic Genealogy Conference: Genealogy programs flourish at Museum
  • Crayfish Craze: How to throw an authentic Swedish kräftskiva by Caroline Parry
  • Happy 75th Birthday, Pippi and Moomins! by Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams, PhD, Professor Emerita, Barbro Osher Endowed Chair of Swedish Studies, University of Washington
  • Danish Delight: Beer Soup with Whipped Cream recipe by Judith H. Dern, Author and Cook


Two ceramic ghost sculptures by Studo Arhoj stand beside a copy of Nordic Kultur, a magazine with a yellow, black, and purple painted landscape