|Tuesday, 04 December 2007 00:00|
Grünerløkka has long been the district of Oslo that houses has the most artists. The cultural scene followed soon after. Ever since Grünerløkka has flourished with its multitude of concert venues, art schools, artists, designers, and a diverse business community with a wonderful assortment of small shops and cafes.
Cities and Neighborhoods are a work in progress, in both a positive and a negative sense. But after Grûnerløkka was invaded in recent years by chain stores and estate agents many residents became tired of the trend.
Fortunately, we have still wide cultural opportunities here in Grünerløkka, with x-ray, Strykejernet, Galleri Brenneriet, Blå, MIR, Black Box og Parkteatret, Sound of Mu, DOG-A og Dansens Hus.
It is culture that in the highest degree makes a city vibrant and diverse. Culture inspires, provokes and provides experiences.
UNiK believe that the Grünerløkka cultural scene is just as important as the independent business sector and want to unite all the players that make Grünerløkka a better place. Therefore, UNiK Business and UNiK Culture will work together to provide a diverse environment in Grünerløkka.