On Saturday August 18th you can experience the many sides of the student capitol. The Studentslippet partners offer events and sights related to culture, entertainment and history as well as fun activities.
Stop by Oslo Camping to try out Oslos largest indoor adventure golf.
Møllergata 12, 1pm – 6pm.
See Oslo from the fjord aboard the boat MS Huldra. You may buy food, snacks and soft drinks on the boat. Departure from Rådhuskaia at 12 noon and 2pm.
Fun in the park – with bubble football, the Scandi game of “kubb”, some light tennis and other fun activities organized by OsloMet Tennis in Sofienbergparken. 10.30am – 5pm.
Stretch yourself! Join DNT Ung for a free 30 min yoga class at Sørenga
(inside Friluftshuset if rain) at 12 noon, 1pm and 2pm.
15 spots available for each class – first come, first served.
At the nomadic art project SALT, try a Nordic sauna, see a model of Oslo as the city looked in the 18th century and chill by the waterfront. Food from the Flying Culinary Circus (20% off). Remember your bathing suit and a towel! 12 noon – 5pm.
Hang with us at Oslo’s #1 beach hub, Sørenga, where you can borrow a kayak, try your skills at an open climbing wall or just chill out in the sun. Sørengkaia 122. Activities from 12 noon – 5pm.
The student newspaper Universitas challenge you to a quiz at Kulturhuset at 3pm and 5pm (in Norwegian). Youngs gate 6.
SYNG Mer invites you to buddy group karaoke! Arbeidersamfunnets plass 1. Rooms for 7, 9, 9 and 15 persons (first come, first served) are reserved from 1pm – 7pm.
Join the Literary lounge at Domus Bibliotheca near the University Aula and the University Place. Free candy and readings from 2pm – 4pm.
The Oslo Students Cinema Association invites you to a movie marathon at the new Student House at OsloMet. Ratatouille is on at 11am, followed by Black Panther at 1pm and Casablanca at 3.15pm. Free popcorn. Pilestredet 52, 11am – 5pm.
Open brewery with Brygglab og Kristianiastudentenes Haandbryggerlaug. Get a tour of the premises, talk to experienced brewers and make your own soda for free! At 11am, 12 noon and 1pm you can watch new brews being started. Mini lecture about beer and brewing at 12 noon, 2pm and 4pm (first come, first served) in Norwegian. Brygg Oslo, Storgata 5 (2. etg) from 10am-6pm.
Try the sport of “skittle” – a prerunner to bowling from the 18h
century! The skittle alley at Briskeby is open from 11am – 5pm, max. 20 people at the time. Briskebyveien 21.
Experience contemporary art and beautiful architecture by Renzo Piano at the Astrup Fearnley Museum. Strandpromenaden 2, Tjuvholmen. 11am – 5pm.
See the critically acclaimed exhibition of “Edvard Munch. Between the clock and the bed” at the Munch Museum. Tøyengata 53. 10am – 5pm.
The Centre of 22. juli tells the story of the terror attack at Utøya and in Oslo on 22 July 2011. Høyblokka i Regjeringskvartalet. Akersgata 42, 10am – 5pm
Learn and play at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology. Dive into exciting exhibitions on Norwegian medicine history, oil and gas production and music machines. Kjelsåsveien 143, 11am – 6pm.
Experience real Egyptian mummies and art about queer love in China and the Nordic countries at the Museum of History, Frederiks gate 2, 10am – 5pm.
See the exhibition Tree of Life at the Natural History Museum in the Botanical Gardens, Tøyen, 11am – 4pm.
Free entrance to the museum and a classical music event at the Nobel Peace centre. Brynjulf Bulls plass 1, 10am – 6pm.
At the Museum of Norwegian pop you can record your own soundtrack and do an album-cover photo shoot. Building T, Trondheimsveien 2. 11am – 5pm, with
introductions to the museum every hour.
Visit the sculptor Gustav Vigeland’s former home and atelier at the Vigeland Museum, Nobelsgate 3, 10am – 5pm.
Experience Oslo’s art treasures such as Munch’s Scream at the National Gallery (Universitetsgata 13, 11am – 5pm), see the exhibition on being a first-time home buyer in Oslo at the National Museum – Architecture (Bankplassen 3, 12 noon – 5pm) and visit Mellomstasjonen to explore the plans for the new National Museum (Brynjulf Bulls plass 2, 11am – 4pm).
Learn about what is was like to be Jewish in Norway during WW2 at the Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities, ar Villa Grande. Huk Aveny 56, 10am – 6pm.
Explore behind the scenes at The Norwegian Theatre. Kristian IVs gate 8. Tours both in English and Norwegian at 12.15pm and 1.15pm.
Experience the Norwegian Opera and Ballet behind the scenes. Guided tours in English inside the Opera House (maximum of 25 people) at 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm. First come, first served (From 1pm – 3pm there will be two tours at the same time).
The Oslo Opera House is showing Don Giovanni at 1800 on the 18.08.2018. Only 130,- per ticket. Tickets here: http://burl.nu/1d4htx
Guided walking tours for new international students in Oslo. Explore the vibrant and creative vibe of the Grünerløkka and Tøyen areas through our street art tours. Løkka tour starts at 10.30am (1-1,5 hrs) at St. Olavs gate 32. Tøyen tour starts at 11am (1-1,5 hrs) outside Tøyen metro station. First come first served (maximum of 25 people). Remember to bring your camera!
Did you know that there is a German bunker under Oslo Commerce School originating from WW2? Parkveien 65. Guided tours (maximum of 25 people) at 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
Join a hiking tour with DNT Ung (the Norwegian Trekking Association) to Vettakollen. Departure from St. Olavsgate 32 at 1pm and 2pm. Maximum 30 people – first come, first served.
See Edvard Munch´s famous wall size paintings in the University ceremony hall, the Aula. Karl Johans gate 47. Drop-in tours in English from 12 noon – 4pm.
Oslos soccer team has a goalie at Studentslippet. Be one of the first 500 to shoot a penalty kick and get a free ticket to the Vålerenga-Tromsø game on sunday the 19th of august.
Stand up comedy show at Latter, in Norwegian and English. Show 1 starts at 8pm, and show 2 at 22pm. Only 500 available seats per show. Doors open at 7pm, first come, first served.
Semesterstart party at Chateau Neuf – The Norwegian Student Society. Slemdalsveien 15, from 4pm onwards.