Current exhibitions

The story about Alva

Permanent

The exhibition depicts the story of the textile worker Alva Carlsson who spent 35 years working in this building. In the old stairwell, you can follow the story about the building and the people who used to work here. Start at level 7 and work your way down the stairs.

Better Shelter

Until 2020

The refugee housing Better Shelter was created by Swedish designers with the purpose of creating a more sustainable accomodation for people in refugee camps. Coorganisers: Global Norrköping, a cooperation with Norrköping Municipality and the assisting authority Sida. Better Shelter is a part of the exhibition Land of Tomorrow.

The EWK museum – Centre for the Arts of Political Cartoon

Permanent

This part of the museum is dedicated to Ewert Karlsson, a political cartoonist more commonly known by his initials EWK. He is one of Sweden’s most famous political cartoonists and the exhibition tells the story about his life and work. In the gallery, almost 2000 of EWK’s cartoons are presented.

Crisis and vision

Until 2020

Experience an exhibition that tells the story about how Norrköping became the city that it is today. The exhibition illustrates how the city, throughout history, has experienced both success and adversity and how it has affected the city and the people living in it. What can be learned from the crises and visions of the past and what will they look like in the future?

Land of Tomorrow

Until 2020

The Museum of Work’s biggest venture ever, Land of Tomorrow, aims at tomorrow’s work and everyday life. The exhibition begins in the 1980s, takes the temperature of the present and guides us in a future that takes the climate threat seriously. How should we live, eat, travel, work and educate ourselves? The exhibition is intended to work as a toolbox for a sustainable future – ecologically, economically and socially.

Capture the Energy!

Until 2020

How can we create a sustainable energy production and in the meantime adapt to a more responsible energy consumption? Capture the Energy! is produced by the Museum of Work in collaboration with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. It is a part of the exhibition Land of Tomorrow.