January 21, 17:00

Alma Book Club

Welcome to Alma Book Club and our third meeting in collaboration with Bonniers.

This months book is “Krokodilens vändkrets”by Swedish author Jona Elings Knutsson. Together with the book’s publisher, Helene Atterling, from Albert Bonniers Förlag, we will talk about different aspects of the novel.

*The book and conversation will be held in Swedish.


Members Only

January 29, 12:30

LUNCH & LEARN with Maja Gunn

At Lunch and Learn, we meet, eat and learn something new from a guest of honour. The lunch lasts 1 hour between 12.30 – 13.30, in Boardroom.

Maja Gunn’s work explores clothes’ and textiles’ performative and political functions, with notions of cultural, social and heteronormative structures. She will talk about her dissertation Body Acts Queer: Clothing as a performative challenge to heteronormativity.

Maja Gunn is a professor in the Textile–Body–Space program at HDK Valand. She holds a PhD in Design with specialisation in Fashion Design. Her research has received a lot of attention enabling her to hold lectures and exhibitions all over the world.

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January 29, 17:00

Gin Tasting with Andrés Basile

Know someone that loves a perfectly mixed gin and tonic? Or perhaps you want to learn more about your favourite tipple?Join us for a gin tasting at Alma Trägårdh with our bartender Andrés Basile.

What Is Gin Tasting? Gin tasting involves learning how gins are made and gaining knowledge on the different flavours, pairings with different flavoured tonics or spices and understanding the types of gins available. During the tasting you will learn how to make the perfect Dry Martini.

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February 4, 18:00

A Place To Talk, Live at Alma

During Stockholm Design Week, Alma will host a special live event from the De La Espada podcast series A Place To Talk. De La Espada founder Luis De Oliveira will lead a conversation and debate centring around design and culture in both the past year and the year ahead.

Join us for a relaxed evening of drinks and conversation, the event will take place in our bar, Alma Trägårdh.

Open to the Public

February 12, 16:00

Tarot workshop with Wilder and Wiser

Join us this afternoon when tarot expert Tanja from Wilder and Wiser will introduce the art of contemporary tarot and teach you how to read cards intuitively without previous knowledge. Discover how to access your inner wisdom through interpreting symbols and pictures.
Practicing contemporary tarot develops trust in inner knowing and provides meaning while offering guidance in life situations. Basically, tarot is a tool for expanding awareness and infusing creative thinking- to trigger insight and support conscious evolution.
Workshop includes introduction followed by practice.
Welcome to play and explore.


Members Only

March 4, 17:00

Painting workshop with Marta Leyva


On March the 4th we give you the chance to experience an art workshop with Marta Leyva. Disconnect from work, change the computer for brushes and join the 2 hour painting session.

“Spanish-born, Stockholm-based artist Marta Leyva likes to mix colours and memories to her vibrante and colourful work. Having collaborated with brands like Vogue & Thomas Sabo she likes to explore different ways to create. Martha’s work was most frequently exhibited in Stockholm, Barcelona, Madrid and Ibiza. In 2019 she was selected for Affordable Art Fair’s, Hidden Talents. “

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March 21, 19:00

Kerone Campbell for World Poetry Day

Kerone is a spoken word artist from New York City. He was born in Jamaica, raised in NYC, and now call Sweden home. His raw unfiltered emotions are always apparent in his work, and he brings out vulnerability and sensitivity in every word spoken at his performance.

Kerone has performed at all the well known poetry bars and clubs throughout New York since 2003. On Saturday March 21, Kerone Campbell will be taking over Alma Trägårdh  for a spoken word and poetry evening.




Open to the Public

March 25, 12:30

LUNCH & LEARN with Elinor Falkman

At Lunch and Learn, we meet, eat and learn something new from a guest of honour.

The lunch lasts 1 hour between 12.30 – 13.30, in Boardroom.

For this Lunch & Learn Elinor Falkman will teach us about how to prepare for a speech, pitch, presentation. How you catch and hold the audience’s attention and make them accept your suggestion.

Elinor has a master’s degree in HR from Uppsala University with rhetoric and law studies as part of her degree.

Elinor has also worked as a rhetoric teacher at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), a judge in UR’s (the Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company) youth program’s Retorikmatchen and last but not least is a rhetoric expert for SVT and TV4.


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