The Museum

Kirsten Kjærs Museum is a private museum in north-western Jutland. It has been built around a large collection of paintings and drawings by Kirsten Kjær (1893-1985).

John Andersen and Harald Fuglsang, both medical doctors, founded the museum in 1981, serving the motto “love and hard work”. The museum is the only Danish museum for a female artist, so far.

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Practical
Information

Practical information about admission fees, opening hours and more.

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Kirsten Kjær’s Friends

The support association is an important player for the museum. With its annual contingent and donations, the Kirsten Kjær’s Friends contribute directly to the running of the museum.
As a member of Kirsten Kjær’s Friends, you and your companion have free access to Kirsten Kjær’s Museum.

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Billedet er fra den stiftende generalforsamling af Kirsten Kjærs Venner i 1943.
Indgangsparti, foto: Kamilla Askholm Jørgensen

Volunteers

Kirsten Kjær’s Museum daily operation is largely based on volunteers. As a volunteer, you welcome e.g. the museum’s visitors or help with the regular maintenance. You decide on the time extend spent.

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