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.
Sunday 6th of April Reykjavík City Library invites to a photography workshop. The workshop will be in the hands of Marteinn Sigurgeirsson, who has taught photography over 40 years in the schools of Reykjavík.
Get a great taste of Italia, culture and language in Café Lingua in Gerðuberg Saturday 29th of March at 2 pm.
Mirela Protopapa and Vatra, the Association of Albanians in Iceland, will give us an insight into Albanian language and culture in Café Lingua, Saturday February 22.
Anger can harm relationships, diminish job prospects, and strain one's physical health. But did you know there is a way to change angry feelings to more comfortable and manageable emotions any time you'd like - by making a simple shift in your thinking?
Eve Markowitz Preston, a New York City-based psychologist and coach, will explain how to make these thought-shifts so as to promote better moods and functioning at home, work, and play.
A group of mostly foreign women living in and around Reykjavík is meeting up every two weeks at the library. All women are welcome...
In February, reading groups for 9 to 12 year olds will be held in three branches of the Reykjavík City Library. These will be friendly get-togethers where participants will read selected books and chat about them.
The association of Poles in Iceland, invites you to a speed course in Polish for beginners in Café Lingua, Monday February 3rd...
Counsellors from the Human Rights office are now offering counselling for immigrants at the main library, Tryggvagatu 15, 2nd floor every Thursday at 2-4 pm.
Now it’s time to laugh a lot and to take part in a new and creative project of Söguhringur kvenna/The Women's Story Circle Women’s Story Circle:
The service "Let's read the newspapers" will not be on Thursday 9th of January due to circumstances beyond control.
On Saturday December 8th, the yearly event Peace and Multiculturalism will take place in Viðey Island. The event is a perfect opportunity for families to enjoy a fun program and experience togetherness in the peaceful environment of Viðey Island.
Monday 2.12 at 5.30 pm Café Lingua invites you to a Christmas and New Year event at Reykjavik City Library...