No money to be made, only nature to be saved

No money to be made, only nature to be saved »

By Clara Nack, photos by Ljubo Stefanov and Vlad Dumitrescu-Petrica

Bees are among the hardest working creatures on the planet providing the important

Letter from Masanjia: how a Halloween goody reclaimed human rights

Letter from Masanjia: how a Halloween goody reclaimed human rights »

8 Dec, 2019
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By Nabil Muhammad, photos by Sun Yi/Flying Cloud Productions

Little did Julie Keith, a resident of Portland, Oregon knew that discovering a handwritten

Århundredets Festival 2019 – a chance to experience the Interwar years

Århundredets Festival 2019 – a chance to experience the Interwar years »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Martin Dam Kristensen

The WW I is over, the innocence of La Belle Epoque is gone and

‘Mother Tongue’ by Angelica Mesiti is an exploration of place and identity

‘Mother Tongue’ by Angelica Mesiti is an exploration of place and identity »

By Ben Culpin, photos by Madalina Paxaman

The final exhibition at the art gallery ‘O’ Space presents a vivid glimpse into the lives

Traversing the human experience in ‘The Journey’

Traversing the human experience in ‘The Journey’ »

‘The Journey’, a new special exhibition at Aarhus’ Moesgaard Museum, explores seven stages of human life through film.

by Punvi

Film review: The world of architecture with Bjarke Ingels in ‘Big Time’

Film review: The world of architecture with Bjarke Ingels in ‘Big Time’ »

17 May, 2017
CultureFilm

Kaspar Astrup Schröder’s feature-length documentary ‘Big Time’ dips into the world of architecture with renowned Danish architect Bjarke

2097: Your future city makes call for actors

2097: Your future city makes call for actors »

16 May, 2017
Aarhus 2017CultureFilm

An Aarhus 2017 commission with Hull, UK City of Culture 2017, has made a casting call for actors