One night in January 1973 it looked as if the five thousand people living in the Westman Isles were...
One night in January 1973 it looked as if the five thousand people living in the Westman Isles were doomed when the dormant giant woke up again and an eruption started a few hundred meters from town. Our series on the great Icelandic volcanoes continues.
The Institute of Sustainability Studies, University of Iceland and the Iceland Academy of the Arts recently received a ISK 26 million (USD 217,000, EUR 170,000) grant from the Nordic Council of Ministers to conduct a new project.
For the first time in its history, Þjóðleikhúsið, the Icelandic National Theater, presents an all-Icelandic winter season schedule: all plays premiered are in Icelandic.
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The international festival of crime fiction Iceland Noir was held for the first time last year and is now set to become an annual event.
Unlikely friendships form, the underdogs show their true colors and the shooting star takes a stumble. This is the essence of...
The group exhibition A Posteriori: House, Sculpture , will be opened at Reykjavík Art Museum, Ásmundarsafn, on Saturday, September 13, at 4 pm.
Q: What travel advice do you have for visitors to Iceland given the unknown nature of the volcanic eruption and possibly a “big” one at...
Poetry and strange news stories combine to make one humorous debut by Vala Hafstad.
Q: There is some sort of vehicle visible on the Míla Bárðarbunga 1 webcam. Do you know what it is?
Q: What does the air at the Holuhraun eruption site smell like and how poisonous are the gases?
Photos by the swedish photographer Lisen Stibeck that show Icelandic turfhouses and fashion.