The Nobel Week Dialogue is a free of charge event that is part of the official Nobel Week programme. The 2023 dialogue brings together people from across the spectrum of science, society and culture to explore the future of migration. How we think about migration is one of the most pressing and important conversations we can have.
During the Nobel Day, the museum is filled with festive activities – follow the live broadcast from the Nobel Prize ceremonies in Oslo and Stockholm, enjoy live cello music or join a guided tour about this year's prizes and the Nobel Prize festivities. Families and curious children are welcome to our workshop for festive crafts, between 11:00 and 16:00.
This year’s exhibition is about peace prize laureate Narges Mohammadi and the women who fight for freedom and human rights in Iran. The exhibition will show photos by Iranian women photographers, and the story of Narges Mohammadi will be told through her own words and images.
This year’s Nobel Prize Concert brings together world-renowned conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and acclaimed violinist Julia Fischer, together with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. On 8 December, works by Boccherini, Brahms and Ravel will be performed on the Konserthuset Stockholm stage. The audience can also hear a work by the exciting young composer Gabriella Smith.
Nobel Week Lights Stockholm is an annual light festival that takes place during the Nobel week in December. Directly inspired by Nobel Prize-awarded discoveries, artworks illuminate the Stockholm winter darkness and invite new insights into the research, lives and contributions of Nobel Prize laureates. There are 60 guided tours throughout the week that are open for the public to visit.
Since the 1960s, during the Nobel Week the Nobel Prize laureates have gathered for a round table discussion for television, Nobel Minds. This year's programme will be recorded in the Bernadotte Library at the Royal Palace on 9 December in front of an invited audience. The programme is produced by Sveriges Television and BBC World News. The discussion will be hosted by Zeinab Badawi of the BBC.
Nobel Calling Space
Monday 11 December 14:00-16:00 (exact time to be confirmed by NASA)
Eleven laureates were awarded a Nobel Prize in 2023, for achievements that have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind. Their work and discoveries range from effective mRNA vaccines and attosecond physics to fighting against the oppression of women.