Stiftelsen Edvard Munch's Studios is a private foundation whose object is to preserve Edvard Munch's Studios at Ekely in Oslo as a national cultural monument, ensure that the studios are used as a place to work for visual artists, and to manage and develop the property for the purpose of promoting the interest in and knowledge about visual art for the benefit of both artists and the public. The studios' connection with Munch shall be visualised, and the idea is to offer the studios to visitors who are especially interested in Munch, e.g. by letting them as guest studios.
- Chairman: Hans Henrik Klouman
- Marianne Blankenberg representing the artists who live at Ekely
- Thorstein Bache Harbitz representing the Society for the Benefit of the City of Oslo
- Elisabeth Blichfeldt representing the Munch Museum
• Jürgen Kiehl representing The Society for the Preservation of Norwegian Ancient
From the 14th of June until the 28th of September 2014 the Munch Museum will show a documentary exhibition about Edvard Munchs life and work at Ekely
Opening hours are Saturdays and Sundays 1pm - 5pm with a public guided tour at 2pm.
Entrance: Free of charge.
To visit the studio at Jarlsborgeveien 14, take tram 13 (Jar) to the stop Abbediengen. Walk aproxematily 150 meters downhill along the rails in St. Edmunds vei. Then, take to the left and walk up St. Georgs vei until you can see the studio on top of a hill.