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Reykjavík Arts Festival


6.-21. June 2020 

The Reykjavik Arts Festival is a biennial  multidisciplinary festival with a special focus on new commissions and the creative intersection of the arts.

It presents, to the widest possible audience, exhibitions and performances of contemporary and classical works in major cultural venues and unconventional spaces throughout the city.

Since its inception in 1970, Reykjavík Arts Festival has invited hundreds of artists from all parts of the globe to perform or exhibit at the festival. Through this activity, the festival has helped to create a vast network of connections between national and international artists, been a catalyst for the creation of new works and a major force in the development of cultural diversity in Iceland.

Reykjavík Arts Festival aims to surprise, to be present and visible within the city as well as reaching out to other parts of the country.

For more information please visit the Reykjavík Arts Festival website.

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