||Everyday at 10am-5pm
||Tuesday-Sunday 11am-4pm, Monday closed
||Every thursday until 8pm
||Everyday at 12pm-4pm
N.B. Due to an event Thursday the 17th of October, KUBE will close at 6.00 PM.
Jugendstilsenteret and KUBE closed after new coronavirus guidelines
Starting Thursday, March 12,and until further notice Jugendstilsenteret & KUBE will be closed for its visitors. This is a measure to limit the risk of potential spreading the corona virus (covid-19).
The decision has been made with reference to guidelines from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. This means that all events during these days are postponed or canceled. We are monitoring the situation and will update our audience with further information as the situation develops.
Our most sincere apologies to all who has planned a visit during this period, and welcome back as soon as the situation is normal again.
If you have questions regarding this, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Opening hours of our museum an shop during the holiday season are as follows:
til og med 23.12. // ordinary opening hours
24., 25. og 26.12. // closed
27., 28. og 29.12. // open 11-16
30.12.-01.01. // closed
During 2017, more than 40,000 people visited Jugendstilsenter and KUBE.
Say hello to our new employee
Jugendstilsenteret and KUBE have the pleasure of wishing Zorica Tomanovic welcome in the position of conservator as of March 1, 2018.
Jugendstilsenteret and KUBE is proud to present the exhibition programme for 2017.
Jugendstilsenteret and KUBE sets all-time attendance record in 2016 with the 34,829 visitors. This is a result of our targeted efforts to make the museum more relevant national and more visible locally.
Jugendstilsenteret & KUBE made this film in connection to the exhibition project THE CITY (June 2016 – September 2017), in close collaboration with the film production company Fuglefjellet.
The exhibition project THE CITY is concerned with cities, urban development and urbanization. In addition to three parallel exhibitions in the museum, a number of events have been carried out, such as lectures and screenings, as well as initiatives and artistic interventions in the city’s outdoor spaces. Taking art, urban planning and architecture as its starting point, the project emphasizes the museum’s role as an actor in society. The exhibition “THE CITY – That Could Have Been” is an encounter with the unrealized building projects in the history of Ålesund. Some of the current urbanization and development plans for Ålesund are presented in the exhibition “THE CITY – Ålesund: 10,000 Metres of Possibilities”. The art exhibition “THE CITY – As Arena” features nine artists’ encounters with the cityscape. Artists: Marte Aas (NO), Sophie Calle (FR), Ane Hjort Guttu (NO), Clara Ianni (BR), Elsebeth Jørgensen (DK), Amal Kenawy (EG), Kay Arne Kirkebø (NO), Tom Molloy (IR), Anne Marte Overaa (NO), Jon Benjamin Tallerås (NO).