Come and draw at the National Gallery
Anyone can draw. You can experiment with soft and hard pencils in our new drawing room at the National Gallery.
Gustav Vigeland’s sculpture Mother and Child (1907) is positioned in the middle of the room. You can walk around it, look at its shape, and sit down to draw. You have plenty of time. The room is open throughout the museum’s opening hours.
Have you seen something else at the museum that you would like to draw? Feel free to take along paper and pencil while you explore our exhibitions.
You can display your drawings on the large exhibition wall in the drawing room, and share your drawing on social media by using #tegnerommet.
Address: Universitetsgata 13
Activities will be arranged for adults and children.