The conference is held at Gamle museet / The old museum in Oslo. The old museum is an award winning building that previously was the official Astrup Fearnley Museum of modern art in Kvadraturen, Oslo.
The old museum is in the centre of Oslo City and in walking distance from Oslo Central Station.
Address: Dronningensgate 4 Kvadraturen, 0152 Oslo
Google map: Map to the venue
With its snow-capped mountains, deep green valleys and sapphire blue fjords, Norway is recognized the world over for its scenic beauty. Combine that with Norway's cultural heritage – whether it's the Urnes Stave Church, a thousand-year-old wooden structure that's on the UNESCO World Heritage list, or the more contemporary charms of Oslo's Vigeland Park or the music of Edvard Grieg, and you will find that Norway has something to offer everyone.
While Norway lies at the very top of Europe – and in fact includes the island archipelago of Svalbard, home to the most northerly communities on the planet – the country's climate is moderated by the Gulf Stream, and features four distinct seasons. Far more unusual than the country's climate is the way that the light changes with the seasons, with the midnight sun in summer and the long twilights and northern lights of wintertime.