THE KON-TIKI MUSEUM.
In 2014, I began my practical life in Norway at the Kon-tiki museum. While the museum was not as lavish as those in France or Italy, it provided a valuable opportunity to familiarize myself with the workings of artistic and cultural institutions in Oslo, the capital city.
I started there after I mailed my resume while I've been living in Fredrikstad city.
The work at the Kon-tiki museum was both enjoyable and easy for me, thanks to my artistic background and previous work experience in state departments. I had the opportunity to work on a variety of tasks with different departments within the museum, including exhibition activities, supporting museum publications, and implementing exhibitions outside of the museum. The work environment was comfortable, with a strong appreciation for art and design, which was reflected in the management's conscious and respectful treatment of foreigners.
Working with the museum team and its management left a good impression inside my soul, I was loaded with a positive energy, It was a perfect working environment.
Working with the museum team and its management left a positive impression on my soul. I felt energized by the experience and found the working environment to be perfect.
During the summer of 2015, I left the Kon-tiki museum to take on a new role at another museum. This move prompted me to reevaluate many things that I was previously unaware of in Norway.
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