Now we’re up and running again!
As tradition dictates, we reopened on May 1 with the opening of a whole bunch of exciting exhibitions. More specifically, 10 pieces! The shop is also open and filled with both things you recognize but also news. Here you can see our opening hours.
Kontinent Dalsland, at NQ 16 July at 14-22
Kontinent Dalsland is a new festival that presents some of Sweden’s and Europe’s foremost artists, composers and sound artists. Artists from jazz, opera, avant-garde, folk music, classical music and local music corps, which are united in this year’s theme: InterNational Romance.
Read more at kontinentdalsland.se and buy your ticket here!
Find your way with our map!
The map shows an overview of the mill with exhibitions, the sculpture park, activities in the area, opening hours and other things that happen during the season. Available to pick up in the Not Quite Shop and at the entrance to the exhibitions in the factory.
TEH Camp Meeting #94
22-25 September 2022, Not Quite will host a conference in the European network Trans Europe Halles. Read more about the conference here.
What happens at Not Quite?
Click on the buttons below to see which exhibitions and events are shown or are in progress!
Most of the info is in Swedish (we apologize!), but opening hours and pictures can be absorbed even if you speak another language!
BIT FÖR BIT
– Add your piece to the puzzle!
Through the BIT FOR BIT campaign, you can participate and contribute to the continued development of Not Quite’s operations in Fengersfors as a force field for art and culture in the countryside. Here you can add your piece to the puzzle.
Vernissage on Saturday
New in the Gallery on Midsummer Day
The Gallery now shows the exhibition Pratradio, an unusually elaborate handicraft exhibition by Jonatan Malm. Below you see the trailer for the exhibition!
Not Quite Live
During the 2021 season, an opportunity was created to look at the exhibitions in the project Not Quite Live. You can also follow Not Quite Exhibitions on YouTube.
In response to COVID-19 we are staying up to date and are following the public health authorities recommendations and guidelines. Therefore, we ask you to be aware of changes in the program.
The purpose of the project is to develop innovative methods for dealing with soil pollution with the help of plants. The technology called phytoremediation will be tested at Fengerfors mill and is a way of dealing with environmental pollutants in the soil.
The technology is new, but also gentle, which makes it possible to let artistic design influence how the plants are grown and shaped.
The project is part of the process The new mill site, where Not Quite drives the issue of the mill’s future development. Follow along with the process here www.dennyabruksorten.se
At Not Quite we have a voluntary entrance.
We gratefully accept your financial contribution!
Pay your voluntary entry via Swish to 123 402 6811
During the season, it is also possible to pay for voluntary admission in the Not Quite Store.
Current opening hours can be found here.
Guided tours & Field trips
Bookings and inquiries regarding guided tours and field trips are sent to email@example.com
662 95 Fengersfors