By Ben Culpin, photo by Madalina Paxaman
2017 was a busy year for Aarhus, a time when we witnessed cultural events, local
Welcome to Spot Festival 2017! Here’s a sneak peak of what happened on the first day of the
Ten days after marching for gender equality at the Women’s March, protesters gathered in Aarhus once again to
“Give what you have, take what you can use!”
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Reuse is a recycling facility in
Okay so maybe the Vikings themselves don’t live in human flesh, but their historic ancestry and respected culture still lives on.
by Sarah Price
For many of us, it’s hard to imagine a life void of security and stability in our home countries.
The world famous activists makes an appearance at Doc Lounge Aarhus and Godsbanen.
The Yes Men are known for their wild spoofs of
Review: In “The New Human in Literature”, AU professor Mads Rosendahl Thomsen looks at 20th century literature to understand what humanity thinks it’s
The Jut Tube team get festive this week, going around Aarhus to discover what makes a proper danish Christmas. They attend a julefrokost, listen to carols and hear about the wonderful world of danish pastries. Merry Christmas!