People all over the world are drawn to scenic Dalsland in the west of Sweden due to the untouched nature and genuine experiences. The remote location of culture centre Not Quite entices rather than deters and has become a popular summer destination with 30,000 visitors last year. Not Quite is a co-operative for artists, run by 65 members who all possess different artistic skills. There are photographers, blacksmiths, carpenters, furniture designers, art designers, textile artists, ceramicists, musicians, painters and more. Malin Robertson Harén, marketing manager and member of Not Quite, is excited about this summer’s programme. “Just like last year, our members are co-producing our exhibitions, but this year with a theme: Not Quite Motherland.”