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Visual Artists Associations in Iceland

 

SIM - Association of Icelandic Visual Artists
Hafnarstræti 16
Reykjavik

http://www.sim.is
The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists - SIM is composed of the following societies: The Society of Icelandic Artists (FIM), The Icelandic Printmakers Association, The Association of Icelandic Ceramic Artists, Reykjavík Sculptors Society (MHR), Society of Textile Artists and a group of individual artists.

 

The Icelandic Printmakers' Association
Tryggvagata 17

http://www.islenskgrafik.is
The association run a fully equipped workstudio for the members and other graphic artists. It's office is also at Tryggvagata 17 which lies in the center of Reykjavik in the same building as Reykjavik Art Museum.

 

Reykjavík Sculptors' Society
Nýlendugata 15,
Reykjavík

lysandi@simnet.is
MHR - Reykjavík Sculptors' Society was founded in 1972 in order to promote the interests of its members. The association runs some studios for their members in Nylendugata 15.

 

FIM - Society of Icelandic Visual Artists
P.o.box 1115
Reykjavik

valgun@simnet.is
FÍM was established in the years 1931/1932 and is a society of painters. It's broad aim is to work for the advancement of its members. The society do not have an office or a mutual studio for it's members.

 

The Association of Icelandic Ceramic Artists
Hafnarstræti
Reykjavik

alg@itn.is
The Icelandic Assosiation of Ceramic Artists was funded in 1981 by 11 ceramic artists. Members are now 47. Its role is to introduce ceramic – art, make ceramic art more afficiant in Iceland and conduce exhibitions of its members. The Assosiation has held grand exhibitions every 5 years, and smaller exhibitions and events.

 

Society of Textile Artists
P.o.box 115,
Reykjavik, Iceland

ragna@ragnafroda.is
Society of Textile Artists was established in 1974 and it's aim is to work for the advancement of its members. The society do not have an office or a mutual studio for it's members.

 

Myndstef
Hafnarstræti 16
Reykjavík

http://www.myndstef.is
Myndstef was founded in 1991. Its mission is to take care of its members' interests as regards copyright in cases of official republishing and exhibiting of their works and to strengthen respect for copyright in the visual arts in general. On behalf of its members, Myndstef collects fees for the use of copyrighted works.