“Aarhus like you have never seen it before,” is how our reporter describes the new exhibition that opened last week at The Concert Hall Aarhus.
Combining practicality with festival style – Aarhus leads the way in comfort and individuality during Spot festival…
Review: Five guys from Jutland transport the SPOT audience back to the golden era of Rock and Roll.
If sunshine could be bottled, put in Danish stores, and sold on cold grey days, then it would most probably be branded ‘The Eclectic Monikers’. That’s if the band’s up-beat gig at SCC last night was anything to go by.
Follow our live blog on SPOT Festival. If you can’t make it yourself, this is your way to be in on all the action. We’ll keep you posted on it all.
We started this week by explaining how Denmark came to host Internet Week Denmark. Now we look ahead, exploring how the Danish tech giants of the future will be created.
Continuing our Internet Week coverage: Connectivity could just be a new business model for the creative sector – which needs to harness the consumer power of the in-between spaces.
Daria Sukharchuk meets with Gunnar Madsen, who has been involved in the organisation of SPOT festival since the beginning.
For the second part of our coverage of Internet Week Denmark, we explore what it means for a city to be ‘smart’, why Aarhus is smart, and how this can benefit citizens.