2019- Head of Textiles at Reykjavik School of Visual Arts.
2018- Textile Studio at Korpúlfsstaðir, Reykjavík.
2014-2017 The Swedish School of Textiles in Borås. Master of Fine Arts with specialization in textile design.
2012-2014 Reykjavik School of Visual Arts. Diploma in Textile.
2008-2011 The Icelandic Academy of the Arts. BA in Fine Art.
2010 Finnish Academy of Fine Arts. Course in color woodcut printmaking. Helsinki, Finnland.
2007-2008 Akureyri Technical College. Diverse courses in textile art and design. Iceland.
2001-2005 The Akureyri Junior College. Student Exam. Iceland.
2020 Farvegir // Streams. Solo exhibition at Norr11Reykjavík. Reykjavík, Iceland
2020 Skrúðgarður // Soft Spot. Solo exhibition at Akureyri Art Museum. Akureyri, Iceland
2019 Skrúður. Solo exhibition in SÍM salurinn. Reykjavík, Iceland
2016 Skógur/ Wildwood. Solo exhibition in Flóra . Akureyri, Iceland.
2014 Samtvinnað. Solo exhibition in Deiglan . Akureyri, Iceland.
2018 Kvöldsólarhani. Meðgönguljóð, Partus Press, Reykjavík, Iceland
2018 Biða. Pastelrit, Flóra, Akureyri, Iceland.
2020 Listþræðir // Threads of Art. Group exhibition at The National Gallery of Iceland. Reykjavík. Iceland.
2019 Ég hlakka svo til. Art Fair at Ásmundarsalur Art Gallery. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2019 Voðaverk. In collaboration við Ýrúrarí at Design March . Veröld – Hús Vigdísar, Reykjavík, Iceland.
2017 EXIT. MA degree show at Textil Museet. Borås, Sweden.
2016 Samtvinnað. Group exhibition with the icelandic textile society. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2015 Designmarch participation. Textíl Studio. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2014 Líf Sæbjúgnanna. 002 Gallery in collaboration with the artists Trausti Dagsson, Páll
Ivan frá Eiðum and Elín Anna Þórisdóttir. Hafnarfjörður, Iceland.
2013 Pussy flowers. Performance at the opening for Brynja Harðardóttirs solo exhibition.
Salur Myndlistarfélagsins. Akureyri, Iceland.
2013 Undir berum himni/ Under the open sky. Public and private gardens in the center of Reykjavík, Iceland.
2012 Avant Garden. Kex Hostel backyard. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2012 The Demented Diamond of Kling & Bang Confected Video Archive. Reykjavik Art Museum, Hafnarhús. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2012 Rætur 65°41’N 18°06’W. Ketilhúsið. Akureyri, Iceland.
2012 Vernissage III. Artímagallerý. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2011 Ólavsvökuframsýning. Faroe Island.
2011 Jónsvika. Húsavík, Iceland.
2011 The confected video archive of Kling & Bang. Dorothea Schlueter gallery. Hamburg, Germany.
2011 BA degree show. Reykjavík Art Museum, Hafnarhús. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2010 Hello. Kaffistofa student gallery. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2010 Six weeks of hell with Erling. The modern art museum. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2010 Photographering as an independent medium in Art. Kubburinn. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2009 Sketches Kaffistofa student gallery. Reykjavík, Iceland.
2008 Artexhibition 15+1. Ketilhúsið. Akureyri, Iceland
Other Creative Projects
2017 Studentrepresentiv for the intake in Artistic Master in Textile Design, at The Swedish School of Textiles in Borås.
2014 Internship at Eribé Knitware in Galashiels, Scotland.
2013 Art 365, a calendar with an art work for every day of the year. Webpage www.art365.is.
2012-2013 Design of promotional material for Akureyri Theater winter in
collaboration with Hekla Björt Helgadóttir and Trausti Dagsson.
2012 Performance at the Icelandic Visual Art Awards. Hof, Culturehouse. Akureyri. Iceland.
2012 Substitute for textile teacher in the elementary school Landakotsskóli, Reykjavík, Island.
2011 Idea development and designing of the Knitting software Knitbird. Found on
webpage www.knitbird.com. Collaboration with my husband Trausti Dagsson.
2010-2012 Icelands National Museum. Guard and guide.
2008 Leader for a group of participating youths from Akureyri in a cultural friendship meeting in Västerås, Sweden.
2006 Cofounder of Luv.ehf, a business run for the project Nuddgallinn or Cuddle me clothes.
2005 Participated in the European Contest for Young Scientist in Moscow, Russia. The
project was a specially designed bodysuit for infants, the garment had guidelines
for the parents on how to massage the baby. The project won the contest Young Scientist in Iceland.