Next Camp Munch will be arranged in June 2020 in Løten. The program is under development. In the meantime you can read how Camp Munch was organized in 2018:
Camp Munch starts Sunday 1 July at 15 o’clock and participants should arrive this Sunday between 12 o’clock and 15 o’clock. Both the art program (Monday-Friday) and the festival day (Munch Mini Festival on Saturday) will take place in premises belonging to the Klevfos Industrial Museum. The museum is a former paper and cellulose factory (1888 – 1976) and is located in scenic surroundings not far from Munch’s birthplace.
For those of you offered a spot at Camp Munch 2018, the participation fee of NOK 3 000 must be paid within 15 April 2018 in order for participation to be confirmed. The participation fee covers meals (exception: Everybody buys their own lunch at the excursion on Wednesday), overnight accommodation, instruction, materials, evening activities and an excursion to Oslo. If payment is not made by the deadline, the spot will be offered to the next person on the waiting list.
Participants at Camp Munch 2018 will live in municipal premises (youth club), within walking distance of Løten center with bus and train station. Kitchen and shower facilities will be made available for use during the Camp, and participants sleep on flat beds. There will be served breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper. A night guard/host at the facility will assist the participants. Creative and social activities will be offered in the evenings.
All payments must be made to Løten municipality’s bank account in Norwegian currency:
NOK 3 000.
Participant must cover all bank fees.
Account number: 1865 07 00240
Note: Participant fee Camp Munch, first name and last name
Payment deadline: 15 April 2018
Some families may want to accompany a participant to Løten. Løten municipality is part of the Hamar region, particularly known for its varied nature, importance in Norwegian history and wide range of activities. Located between Lake Mjøsa and the mountains means there are excellent opportunities for walks, cycling, golf, bathing and angling. The area is also known for its culinary traditions, as well as a large number of accessible farm estates.