Don’t miss Sweden’s selection for Foreign Language Film to 2017 Oscar Nominations. The film is based on the bestseller by Fredrik Backman A MAN CALLED OVE River Oaks Theatre, October 7 – 14, 2016 Screenings at 1.30pm, 4.15pm, 7.00pm and 9.40pm https://www.landmarktheatres.com/houston/river-oaks-theatre/film-info/a-man-called-ove River Oaks Shopping Center, 2009 West Grey, Houston, TX 77019 http://bit.ly/OveTheaters Stepping from […]
Sigrid Sandström was born in 1970 in Stockholm, Sweden and currently Professor of Fine Arts at the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm. She studied at Cooper Union School of Art, Academie Minerva, Groningen, The Netherlands (BFA 1997), attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2000) and received an MFA in Painting from Yale University in […]
Celebrate Sweden’s National Day on June 6th!
Astrid Marklund, Hon. Consul General
Andreas von Uexkull, Head of Trade and Economic Development, Embassy of Sweden
Niklas Nortstrom, Mayor of Luleå
Maria Rankka, CEO of Stockholm Chamber of Commerce
Store Manager Fredrik Rabe, Cecilia Young Margret Kollen and Astrid Marklund
Honorary Consul General, Astrid Marklund was invited to The Greater Houston Partnership to present “Doing Business with Sweden” for their members. They have a program “Coffee with the Consuls”. Jonas Dahlström was together with Patrik Swahn, General Manager Stena Bulk in Houston invited to sit in the panel and had a very interesting panel discussion […]
A Danish/Swedish Documentary at the Holocaust Museum in Houston.
From Ingrid Bergman – Centennial Celebration at Rice Cinema
On June 6, 2015 The Consulate General of Sweden, The Swedish Club of Houston, The Swedish American Chamber of Commerce, SWEA, and friends all came together to celebrate Sweden’s National Day on June 6th. A true celebration, with authentic Swedish foods, games, and music.
On May 9, 2015 we celebrated the Day of Europe as we watched the Scandinavian Folkdancers dance on the Miller Outdoor Theatre plaza.