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Fantastic Carnival extravaganza

Swedish artist's work on parade at NOMA. More»

A life less ordinary

Legendary fashion photographer Gösta 'Gus' Peterson passed away at 94. More»

Kurbits painters have more fun

The iconic, floral painting that grew out of a folk tradition more than one hundred years before the Swedish immigrants brought it to the U.S., has its own distinct style still in use today. More»

Karin Lithell at the Swedish Church

The exhibition 'Home Sweet Home' will be on display at the Swedish church, New York in April. More»

Vikings in Times Square

Entering the Discovery Museum on 44th street in New York City, opposite Shubert Alley and a few doors from Sardi's, I found myself in a passageway with huge displays ranging from Star Wars costumes to what I was looking for: a particularly striking Viking ship in full sail against a stormy sky. More»

A Look at 3-Dimensional Scandinavian Art

Each Nordic country has its own set of bronze heroes, reflecting its history and culture. More»

American classic premiers in Sweden

Set during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s, "A Raisin in the Sun” remains current and accessible, even in 21st century Sweden. More»

Go Toward the Light

Light is important in Swedish culture, from the candles lit at midwinter to the midnight sun of Midsummer. More»

Crazy, obnoxious or American: An Innocent traveler in Sweden

Sweden made it easy for me to fall in love with her. In fact, I had anticipated falling in love with her. How many stories had I listened to my family tell about the country with green fields and red houses, the country from which our family originated? In 2005, determined to discover this landscape and its people for myself, I enrolled for a year at the university in Växjö, Sweden. More»

My Skinny Sister

This year there were so many — eight — excellent movies coming out of Sweden that the Milwaukee Film Festival curated them into a deserving collection called "Passport: Sweden." The films are a mix of documentaries and fiction, showcasing some of the best contemporary filmmaking in and about Sweden. After seeing several of them, "My Skinny Sister" moves to the top of my list of favorites. More»

Cecilia Lotse at the Swedish Church

U.S.-based, Sweden native Cecilia Lotse's watercolor exhibit opens at 4 p.m. October 1. More»

'I am Ingrid'

Stockholm gala premiere for the documentary about three-time Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman. More»

The Girl with the Dragon Tatto is back

Dragon Tattoo's Lisbeth Salander is back as The Girl in the Spider's Web More»

Landmark visit in Michigan

The Cranbrook Foundation grounds, created in the early 1900s by the newspaper man George G. Booth, home to the Cranbrook Academy. More»

Remarkable Swedish art at 1915 Fair

Unless you learn about your past, personal or communal, you lose it. But if you can discover it and pass it on, then you can take pride in what your people accomplished. And that can inspire or encourage you to change the world in your time. More»