Aarhus and All That Jazz

Aarhus and All That Jazz »

 

By Tamkinat Tariq, photos by Guki Giunashvili

The second day of the SPOT festival brought more opportunities to experience artistic performances from

Spot Talk: When the music tells a story in commercials

Spot Talk: When the music tells a story in commercials »

 

By Yuliia Mishyna, photos by Kankanit Wiriyasajja

Cameras, light, the A-level stars and the dozens of people rushing all over the shooting

ZOOKEEPERS take the music to another dimension at SPOT Festival

ZOOKEEPERS take the music to another dimension at SPOT Festival »

 

By Nivetha Dayanand, photos by Kankanit Wiriyasajja

With Kapsejladsen and SPOT Festival happening simultaneously, Aarhus witnessed one of the most dynamic days

M.I.L.K – political Summer jam and jet ski-vibes on the second day of SPOT Festival

M.I.L.K – political Summer jam and jet ski-vibes on the second day of SPOT Festival »

 

By Dana Hajek, photos by Dana Hajek

“Can you hear it, can you feel it, can’t you see the ice is

SPOT Talks: Is there a need for music reviews in the digital age?

SPOT Talks: Is there a need for music reviews in the digital age? »

 

By Guki Giunashvili, photos by Guki Giunashvili

As I quickly cross the zebra on my way to the SPOT festival, I got

SPOT Festival is back in town

SPOT Festival is back in town »

 

By Nivetha Dayanand, photos by Kankanit Wiriyasajja

SPOT Festival, one of the most anticipated and sought after events in Denmark is keeping

Parents in Denmark demand changes in kindergartens

Parents in Denmark demand changes in kindergartens »

 

by Guki Giunashvili, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Last week, on April the 6th, Aarhus Rådhuspladsen was filled with parents and their young

The fight against an uncertain future: climate change protests in Aarhus

The fight against an uncertain future: climate change protests in Aarhus »

 

By Luca Polizzi, photos by Luca Polizzi

Young people from Aarhus recently joined their peers in a climate strike to demand better

In Denmark, Feminism is still considered a bad word

In Denmark, Feminism is still considered a bad word »

7 Mar, 2019
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By Dánae Vílchez, photos by Synne Bjørnson and Everyday Sexism Denmark

Many recognize Scandinavia as the most gender-equal region in the world.

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