How has the immigration from Pakistan to Norway in the 1960s and 1970s been experienced, told, and preserved? Through various artistic expressions, and with food and culinary traditions as a central theme, the history and sources used to tell it are explored.

Welcome to the exhibition opening on Thursday, April 18th at 6:00 PM at Intercultural Museum in Tøyenbekken 5.

The exhibition will be opened by journalist and author Shazia Majid and State Secretary Even Hagen from the Ministry of Culture. There will also be a performance by artist Sarah Kazmi and Mudassir Sheikh.

The event is free and open to all. Welcome!

Time: Thursday April 18 at 18:00
Place: Intercultural Museum, Tøyenbekken 5

Address: Tøyenbekken 5
Take any subway line to Grønland

Dresskledde pakistanske menn sitter på stoler i en stor sal. Sort-hvitt-foto stedvis fargelagt i rosa og blå.
Exhibition: Cooking, Time?

In what ways has immigration from Pakistan to Norway in the 1960s and 70s been experienced, narrated and preserved? Through various artistic expressions with food traditions as a common thread, history and the sources that have been used to tell it are explored.

About the exhibition

Fasaden til Interkulturelt Museum på en solfylt dag.
Intercultural Museum

The Intercultural Museum is located on the former premises of the old Grønland police station. Today, the former cells are used as unique exhibition spaces.

Through engaging exhibitions, you gain insight into current social topics, arts, and culture. Explore your own prejudices, challenge your ideas, and expand your understanding of other cultures.

Intercultural Museum