Norwegian Grammy Awards winners "Satyricon" coming to Tel Aviv
The famous Norwegian black metal band will play in Barby Club Tel Aviv, January 24th 2018.
Norwegian Films at the Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival
Norwegian films “The Art of not Appearing” and “Dilapidated” at the Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival, Sunday June 18th and Tuesday June 20th.
Stian Westerhus to perform at Israel Festival 2017
An award-winning Norwegian experimental guitarist Stian Westerhus will perform at Israel Festival, June 15th.
Karl Ove Knausgård Named 2017 Laureate for Jerusalem Prize in Literature
Distinguished Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgård attending the Jerusalem International Book Fair 2017 to receive the prize at the opening, June 11th.
Norwegian National Day celebration: the speeches of the Norwegian Ambassador Jon Hanssen-Bauer and the Minister of Construction Yoav Galant
On the occasion of the Norwegian National Day, May 17th, Ambassador Jon Hanssen-Bauer hosted a reception for the Embassy's Israeli contacts and diplomatic colleagues at his residence in Herzlia Pituach.
Norwegian film "Thanks for Dancing/Takk for turen" at TLVFest LGBT Film Festival
Norwegian movie "Thanks for Dancing/Takk for turen" will be screened at TLVFest LGBT Film Festival in Tel Aviv, June 1st.-10th.
Action Plan against antisemitism
The Action Plan against Antisemitism is part of the government's general efforts to combat discrimination, racism and hate speech.
Norwegian movies at Docaviv International Documentary Film Festival
The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tel Aviv is pleased to inform about two outstanding Norwegian movies that will be screened at the 19th edition of Docaviv International Documentary Film Festival, May 11th - 20th.
The future course of Norwegian security policy
The Government will continue the main lines of Norwegian security policy, strengthen cooperation with Europe, and intensify Norway’s efforts in Europe’s southern neighbourhood.
Norgesskolen, 14th. - 31st. July
Norgesskolen is open to children/youth from 9 to 18 years of age from all around the world. Students receive instruction in the Norwegian language, social studies and history.