– The feelings, the thinking, the drawing. What have I done?! With a large portion of imagination and storytelling joy, the Värmland illustrator Marcus-Gunnar Pettersson shows his wayward and moving images.
The exhibition takes you on a photographic journey through time and space, from the year 1955 and onward. Photographer Roland Thysell creates unforgettable images filled with temperament, rhythm and originality.
The Stadslifv exhibition tells the history of Trelleborg, from the 6th century to the present day. It covers the city’s evolution from a small settlement to regaining its city rights and the transition of rural workers into industrial workers.
Step into the Viking Trelleborg! The Viking Museum showcases an exhibition about the fortress that gave the city its name. "Borgen vid havet" is an immersive experience where the museum, along with experienced designers, artists, craftsmen, reenactors and archaeologists, has created a captivating exhibition for both young and old.
The Crawl Trail is an interactive trail for the youngest visitors. When the friendly sheep bleats, the lights turn on in the blue house or the train chugs into the tunnel, children can control the activities using the yellow buttons. Everything happens at a crawl-friendly level and yellow handprints on the floor show the way.
In the exhibition “Stadslifv”, you can follow the fictional girl Ella. Listen as Ella tells about her everyday life in early 20th-century Trelleborg. You’ll hear about what it’s like to go to school, her brothers who already work in the factory and her dreams for the future.
Join us on a journey back in time, thousands of years ago, to the fascinating prehistoric era of Söderslätt. The first stop is the Iron Age, where we encounter the Vannhög Viking, a man who has puzzled archaeologists with his filed grooves in his upper jaw teeth.
Älskade korg! - Bound, woven and twisted elevates the basket from perspectives of sustainability, personal creation and history. the exhibition showcases a large number of newly crafted baskets, materials and basket weaving techniques from various parts of Sweden, along with older baskets from the collection of Trelleborg Museum.
Come along to a captivating and eccentric world filled with intricate stories and familiar symbols. In seven-meter-long oil paintings, a tumultuous party with wayward and quarrelsome characters is depicted - all in an uninterrupted rhythm - in a scene, day and night, where just about anything can happen.
The scents of the forest blend with the imagination of the studio. The paintings are populated by mushrooms, trees, and the stains of the studio. The random traces of activity on the palette mimic the chaos of nature. The stains on the palette become like the studio's soil. Melissa Henderson allows the theme of nature to cross-pollinate with the studio's compost in the artworks, creating a compost of thoughts where something new can emerge.
A world-unique mural painting - 80 meters long and 6 meters high - Trelleborg's new landmark! Hundreds of engaged Trelleborg residents have created a collective artwork where past, present and future are woven together.