Beats & Ord and graffiti during Kulturkalaset


During Kulturkalaset we will be open every day except Sunday. Opening hours during the week:

Tuesday – Friday 2 pm – 5 pm
Saturday 1 pm – 5 pm

During the week “the Whale” container will get repainted and the throw ups and tags on it covered so it looks shiny and new.

On Saturday a plastic wrap wall will be put up open for everyone who wants to try graffiti. It will be up and open 2 pm – 4 pm. You need to bring your own cans and mask. We will have a small supply of cans that can be bought at purchase price.


Opening hours Beats & Ord



The exhibition Beats & Ord will be open until the 20th of August. The opening hours will differ a bit, since we have to earn our living as well, and it might change due to lousy weather. But these are the opening hours we will be open unless Gothenburg gives us heavy rain and/or thunder.
6/8 1 – 4 pm
8/8 – 10/8 5 – 7 pm
14/8 1 – 4 pm
16 /8 – 19/8 2 – 5 pm
20/8 1 – 5 pm

If you want to be sure that we are open or want to come by at another time check out our Facebook and/or send us a mail.

Instagram and YouTube


The Beats & Words exhibition is currently showing at Cat Eyed People’s Playground until the 20th of August. For updated openings hours visit Cat Eyed People’s Playgrounds Facebook. 
For the exhibition a playlist at YouTube has been made. It contains most of the tracks that has inspired the visual artworks. All swedish hip hop from the eighties and onward.

An account on Instagram has also been started. It is still very empty but more photos and videos will be added. Just add us and follow and you will see🙂


Beats & Words – vernissage



Beats & Words at Cat Eyed People’s Playground

Where can the boarder between a work of art and the room be drawn? What happens when the room you enter becomes an instrument controlled by your movement?

Beats & Words is an interactive installation stemming from the sound universe of hip hop. As a visitor you are invited into the room to create and explore the beats that fills the space, and you are surrounded by signs with and without light presenting words taken from Swedish rap from the eighties and onwards.

The beats are produced for the installation, and are in a tempo that most people can rap, read poetry or sing to.

Cat Eyed People creates interactive works of art where the visitor is or can be a co creator. For more information

Vernissage 30th of July 12 pm – 4 pm

The exhibition is open until 20th of August. Changes might occur due to the bad weather. Please visit our Facebook page for updates.

Opening hours
31th July 1 pm – 4 pm
1st, 2nd & 4th August 4 pm – 6 pm
3rd August 1 pm – 3 pm
5th August 3 pm – 5 pm
6th August 1 pm – 4 pm
16th – 19th August 1 pm – 4 pm (Gothenburg Culture Festival)
20th August 1 pm – 5 pm (Gothenburg Culture Festival)

Slot Car Music – closed this weekend



A seagull family is living just outside the Cat Eyed People’s Playground’s container and last weekend their babies hatched. Due to the family and their need of some ‘privacy’ (and our guests and our own ‘safety’) we have decided to have Slot Car Music closed this weekend.

If you missed the exhibition and wants to have a go at the track send us a message here on our Facebook-page or a mail to and we will find a time to show it to you.

Word Jam – pre-project funded




A couple of weeks ago we were granted with pre-project funding to our Nordic project WordJam from Nordic Culture Point. And now we are ready to get started!

In the project we will explore hip-hop’s opportunities to create a ‘place’ to explore language and music as facilitators for democracy and community. Cooperation, back to basics and using language and hip-hop as a bond between the Nordic countries are the fundamentals.

In the pre-project Sweden, Denmark and Norway will be involved and the aim is to in the future include all Nordic countries.