A few thoughts on Call Me by Your Name

A few thoughts on Call Me by Your Name »

by Madalina Paxaman, photos courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

The ad for the movie kept popping up on my Facebook account. Of course,

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus

Between good and evil: The many lens of the Second World War occupation in Aarhus »

By Laura Galante, photos by The Occupation Museum and Madalina Paxaman

Imagine that it’s 1940. The Germans have occupied Aarhus and the

Aarhus Makers: The artists’ co-operative for creatives in Aarhus

Aarhus Makers: The artists’ co-operative for creatives in Aarhus »

By Ben Culpin, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Aarhus Makers is an online Platform Co-operative, the first of its kind in Denmark, founded in

Denmark bids farewell to His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark

Denmark bids farewell to His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark »

By Ben Culpin, photos by Torben Eskerod and Daniela T. De Lorenzo

His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark sadly passed away

Young volunteers in Aarhus lend a hand in the national fundraising

Young volunteers in Aarhus lend a hand in the national fundraising »

By Madalina Paxaman and Ben Culpin, photos by Guki Giunashvili and Per Bille

Helping the ones in need is rooted in the Danish

Ladies First: how grassroots initiatives can make a difference

Ladies First: how grassroots initiatives can make a difference »

By Lucia Camblor, photos by Ladies first/GROBUND

Ladies First is a network that aims to empower women through entrepreneurship and it currently has more

Looking back at a year of culture, looking forward to a year of volunteering

Looking back at a year of culture, looking forward to a year of volunteering »

By Ben Culpin, photo by Madalina Paxaman

2017 was a busy year for Aarhus, a time when we witnessed cultural events, local

Danish Christmas celebration at Den Gamle By

Danish Christmas celebration at Den Gamle By »

By Anna Artioli, photos by Guki Giunashvili

When you ask the Christmas curator at Den Gamle By, Jens Ingvordsen, which of the seasonally

The silent activism of dumpster divers

The silent activism of dumpster divers »

13 Dec, 2017
City LifeUncategorized

 By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Guki Giunashvili

A bag of oranges illustrates what is wrong with the world’s food consumption. Twelve fruits are

‘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