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Welcome to the Danish Art Workshops

The Danish Art Workshops (SVFK) is an institution under the Danish Ministry of Culture, whose purpose it is to provide working facilities for particularly demanding art works.

At the SVFK it is possible for artists to do work in large formats, which their own studios or equipment cannot facilitate. Artists, designers, craftspeople, and restorers can work here on projects in art and design at the highest level.

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At the Danish Art Workshops we offer a range of professional workshop based courses to maintain the high level of contemporary art and design, and to strengthen the professional skills and knowhow of our future applicants.

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Latest news from the workshops and projects within Fine Arts, Design and Crafts.

We encourage you to search information about specific artistic techniques and materials in current and former projects within the fields of visual arts and crafts, design, and preservation. In this database we feature the artistic working process rather than the outcome in order to focus on the services we provide.

Mette Høyen Andersen: Loom Works

Mette Høyen Andersen undersøger forholdet mellem linjer, mønstre og tråde og oversætter sine refleksioner på TC2 væven i væveværkstedet. Arbejdet vil munde ud i en udstilling på LOKALE, et kunstnerisk og kuratorisk kollaborativ, til september 2021.

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Maj Ringgaard: Fanekonservering

På Statens Værksteders konserveringsværksted har konservator, Maj Ringgaard, brugt tre uger på at reparere og konservere Dansk Politiforbunds ældste fane fra 1902.

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