Roeda Sten Konsthall

Gothenburg, Sweden

Röda Sten Konsthall is an exciting place for interaction between people of all ages and from all parts of the world. The centre is situated in a popular recreational area visited by both inhabitants of Gothenburg and tourists, laden with history and remains from the Stone Age and even the medieval fortress of Älvsborg. During the 18th century, the ships of the East India Company were loaded in the nearby port, and in the 19th century Scottish entrepreneurs founded and planned a local community with its own church surrounding the Carnegie sugar refinery and porter brewery. Today it is a place full of vibrant cultural activities such as artists’ studios, dance studios and theatres and the Konstnärernas Kollektivverkstad (KKV).

Former use of the building: Power plant
Year of opening as a cultural centre:


Röda Sten Konsthall
Röda Sten 1, SE – 414 51 Göteborg | | +46 31 120 816
TEH Delegate: Mia Christersdotter Norman,



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