In single cases, people can be admitted to study material from the Jorn archive on the following conditions:
The purpose of the study must be an independent, or a post-graduate research project. The outline of the project should be described in advance. The museum will then undertake to find out if there is relevant material in the archive. The material can be studied in the museum. No photocopying of manuscripts is allowed. Excerpts can be made, but publication permission must be obtained from the Jorn estate, if quotations exceed the standard length, according to copyright rules.
A copy of eventual published work or work submitted to public evaluation, should be made available to the museum by the visitors to the archive, when reference is made in the work to material from the archive.
The visitor to the archive must observe any directions given by the museum concerning the use of the archive or library. Work will have to be carried out during the regular opening hours or working hours of the staff.
It will facilitate the search for relevant material if the visitor will inform the museum beforehand of language capacities. The major part of the archive material is in Danish.