Stipends and Scholarships

 

  • 2017 The Relief Fund for Visual Artists, Scholarship for Senior Artists

  • 2014: The Relief Fund for Visual Artists, Scholarship for Artists over Age 60

  • 2011: The Relief Fund for Visual Artists, Scholarship for Artists over Age 60

  • 2005-11: The Norwegian Government, Guaranteed Income for Artists

  • 2004: City of Oslo, Cultural Stipend

  • 2004: Office for Contemporary Art, Norway, Travel Grant

  • 2003: Vederlagsfondets stipend

  • 1967: Inger og Edvard Munchs legat

 

Member of

 

  • Billedkunstnerne i Oslo og Akershus (BOA)

  • Tegnerforbundet (TF)

  • Norske billedkunstnere (NBK)

  • Kunstnerforeningen

 

Education

 

  • 1968–71 The National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo (NO). Sculpture (Professor: Per Palle Storm);

  • 1965–66 The National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo (NO). Painting (Professor: Reidar Aulie);

  • 1965 The National College of Arts and Crafts (SHKS), Oslo (NO). Drawing (Professor: Gert Jynge);

  • 1963–64 The National College of Arts and Crafts (SHKS), Oslo (NO). (Professors: Olaf Mosebekk and Ivar Bell)

 

Miscellaneous

 

  • BRUCHION ART INSTITUTE - Manager and instructor

  • 2016: Guest Teacher, Prosjektskolen, Oslo

  • 2011: Guest Teacher, Kline Academy of Fine Art, Los Angeles

  • 2003: Teacher, Figurative Nude Class. International Summer School in Florence together with artist Inger Hodgson;

  • 2003: Curator, Vestlandsutstillingen (together with dr. art. Lars Fr. H. Svendsen);

  • 1996-2002: Professor of figurative painting, the National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo

  • 2002: Guest Lecturer, Oslo School of Architecture

  • 2001-02: Coordinator of the Final Exams Exhibition for the students at the National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo, Norway. (Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, May-June 2002);

  • 2001-02: Board Member, the National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo Norway;

  • 1996-1997: Sub-Dean, the National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo

  • 1996: Guest Lecturer. The Norwegian Kant Society, Oslo Norway

  • 1996: Guest Lecturer. University of Tromsø, Tromsø Norway

  • 1995-1996: Associate Professor, the National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo

  • 1985-95: Manager and Teacher, Bruchion Center for Art and Gnosis, Los Angeles, California;

  • 1990: Guest Lecturer. University of California, Santa Barbara, California;

  • 1984: Teacher. Brandes Art Institute, Reseda, California;

  • 1979: Teacher (painting). University of Judaism, Los Angeles, California;

  • 1976-82: Teacher. Venice Painting and Sculpture Studio, Venice, California;

  • 1973: Vice chairman, Landsforeningen Norske Malere

Collections

 

Jan Valentin Saether is represented in the following collections:

 

NORWAY

  • The Academy of Science (Vitenskapsakademiet) Oslo;

  • Aker ASA, Oslo;

  • Drammen Faste Galleri;

  • Elvegårdens Samlinger, Drammen;

  • The Free Masonry Lodge (Frimurerlosjen) Oslo;

  • If Skadeforsikring,  Lysaker;

  • The National Museum of Contemporary Art (Museet for samtidskunst) Oslo;

  • The Norwegian Academy of Music (Norges musikkhøgskole) Oslo;

  • The Norwegian Cultural Council Collection (Norsk kulturråds offentlige samlinger) Oslo;

  • Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus);

  • Rikshospitalet University Hospital, Oslo;

  • Schola Osloensis (Oslo Cathedral School, Oslo katedralskole)

  • The Ski Museum (Skimuseet) Oslo;

  • University of Oslo;

  • Østfold Fylkessykehus, Fredrikstad.

 

USA

  • Palm Springs Desert Museum, CA;

  • Federal Courthouse, Los Angeles, CA;

  • Whittaker Corporation, Los Angeles, CA;

  • The Mika Company Collection, Los Angeles, CA;

  • The Strauss Family Foundation, Solana Beach, CA;

  • The Albert Hofmann Foundation, Los Angeles, CA;

  • Federal Courhouse, Portland, OR;

  • Chicago Hilton Hotel, IL.

 

In addition represented in several private collections in Norway, USA, Canada, Italy and France.

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