Sunday November 30 at 3 pm Sóla, the storyteller, invites to a publishing party in Reykjavík City Library, Tryggvagata 15.
Welcome to a Café Lingua in Gerðuberg Cultural Center Saturday November 29 at 2pm. Nepaleses, living in Iceland, invite to a Nepalese feast where their culture and language will be introduced.
New books in Icelandic translation for children and youngsters will be introduced in Reykjavík City Library Saturday November 29 at 3 pm.
Saturday 22nd of November IWW invites immigrants in Iceland to a meeting in The Main Library, Tryggvagata 15 at 2 pm to discuss working rights and other work related matters.
Sunday November 2nd The associations HOLA and El Molcajete will celebrate "Día de los muertos" or "Day of the dead" on the 1st floor of the main library from 2 to 4.
In Café Lingua Monday November 3rd the Association Horizon will organizes a language workshop with songs, introduction and discussions in Turkish, Danish and English,
Would you like to try something new in a fun environment? The Women's Story Circle in co-operation with the Fencing Club of Reykjavik would like to welcome you to a introductory to the sport of fencing Sunday November 2nd at 1.30 pm.
Next Café Lingua will take place Wednesday September 10th at 8-10 pm in Andrými, a literary saloon run by Reykjavík Unesco City of Literature, in Tjarnarbíó, Tjarnargata 12. The night will be dedicated to the American writer Amy Tan, but she will come to Iceland later this month.
In 2013 the international crime-festival Iceland Noir became such a success that it was immediately scheduled to run again the next year. Hopefully the festival will become an annual feature in the Icelandic literary landscape.
Sunday, September 7th at 2 pm Laura Roure will present her pantomime "Pandora's Birthday" at Ársafn Branch, Hraunbær 119.
Libraries all around the country celebrate Library Day on Monday September 8th, coinciding with International Literacy Day.
All women, from all parts of Iceland and from all parts of the world, are welcome to join the diverse program of The Women's Story Circle at Gerðuberg Cultural Centre, the first Sunday of every month this autumn.
In Reykjavík City Library you find freedom and fun at the same time. Reykjavík Culture Night is no exception of that as the library offers diverse events for the whole familiy.
Comic artist Bjarni Hinriksson opens an exhibition in the main branch of the Reykjavík City Library, friday, August 15, at 16.00.
Tuesday 8th of July at 5 pm the Spanish journalist and photographer Eric Lluent will present his book "Islandia 2013.Crònica d‘una decepció"
Thursday 3rd of July at 5 pm the exhibition Gesture Sign Art. Deaf Culture / Hearing Culture will open in Reykjavík City Library, Tryggvagata 15.
Where are the museums and libraries, theatres, statues and the most interesting places? What is free of charge? The cultural life in the centre of Reykjavík will be introduced in „Icelandic for beginners“, English, Polish, Vietnamese, Arabic and French.
The Reykjavík City Library hosts free literary walking tours in downtown Reykjavík every Thursday in June, July and August at 3 pm. The walks start from the library's main branch in Tryggvagata 15. Icelandic ghost stories and crime fiction will be introduced at various stops by guides from the library.
Discover great new Nordic children's comics! DREAMBUDDIES presents exciting new stories and enchanting comics characters from the pens of Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Estonian comic artists.
Take part in a comics workshop and draw your dreams! During the lesson you will learn the basics of making comics from drawing to storytelling, and get to make your own comics about your dreams.