Release Campaign

During the release campaign (lasts from 9th of January until 30th of January at 20.00), Festival Passes are available for only 2490 NOK (a limited number).  You can find the tickets here!

From 9th of January and the following weeks, we will present to you one new photographer on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The day before we present a new photographer, we will publish a hint about who the next presented photographer will be on Facebook. If you can guess who it is, and give us the answer in the comment field, you can win a Festival Pass! Follow us on Facebook to take part in the competition, and to stay updated on which photographer's is coming next year!

Photo by Saga Sig

Photo by Saga Sig

Nordic Light 2017

– International Festival of Photography

In one short week, on the rugged west coast of Norway, world known photography legends, aspiring photographers, students and other interested in photography, art and culture gather in the small and charming coastal city of Kristiansund. During this intimate week, students meet legends over a glass of wine and they go to the same lectures and find inspiration. Come join us this spring, for the photographic adventure of the year!

More information about program and guests will be released in January.

More about Nordic Light

When not organizing the festival, we still have a lot going on at Nordic Light. We have a gallery, which is open the whole year with different exhibitions. In our calendar you will find opening hours and more information about each exhibition (and about other events at the house). At the Nordic Light House, which also is the festival hub, we host a variety of different events during the year like creative meetings. Be sure also to follow our blog, where we post news about what we are working on and what is happening!

photographers and guests booked for 2017

We are very exited to tell you, that our program is soon finished for 2017. In January we will release the last names of the photographers visiting our festival in 2017.

Go to the Festival 2017 page to read more about the photographers and guest!

John Swannell

Morten Løberg


Peter Turnley

Knut Bry

Elina Brotherus