Reykjavík Art Museum – The Globe of Goodwill Preview & Award 2023

Welcome to The Globe of Goodwill Award and Preview

The Benefit Society for Children with Disabilities (SLF) invites you to the The Globe of Goodwill Award and Preview at Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhus, December 6th, at 11 am.

The 21st edition of the SLF’s Globe of Goodwill will be premiered at the same time as the The Globe of Goodwill Award will be awarded to someone whose work has challenged traditional values and views, inspired others to think differently and bettered the lives of fellow-citizens and society as a whole.

The Globe of Goodwill´s main mission is to enrich the lives of disabled children and youth in Iceland. All the proceeds from the sale go directly to SLF´s camp, Reykjadalur. The sale of the the Globe takes place December 7th-21st in selected stores and at SLF´s online store at

Light refreshments after the ceremony.
Everyone welcome!

The event will take place at Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús, located at Tryggvagata 17. Reykjavík Art Museum strives to ensure easy accessibility and make the event accessible to everyone. There are two parking spots reserved for people with disabilities in Grófin, to the left of Hafnarhúsið’s entrance. There are a few parking spots behind Hafnarhús on the Geirsgata side, accessible from Tryggvagata. Numerous parking places can be found in a parking garage at Vesturgötu 7 and Hafnartorg. Other parking garages within a walking distance are at Town Hall, Kolaport and Traðarkot. All these parking places requires payment.

Tryggvagata 17 101 Reykjavík

+354 411 6400

[email protected]

December 6th at 11am



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