How far is the Far East

How far is the Far East »

 

By Haoruo Wei, Photos by Haoruo Wei

Mariana Lin, is one of the expats among about 170 nationalities living in Aarhus. She

Have yourself some Indian hygge

Have yourself some Indian hygge »

 

By Tanushree Basuroy, photos by Sarah Van Meel, Wirada Saelim and Yasmine Hassanain

On a crisp November night, the air rings with laughter and

When words become your veil of resistance: a conversation with Amina Elmi

When words become your veil of resistance: a conversation with Amina Elmi »

 

By Bernarda Carranza, photos by Christian Nordholt

Amina Elmi is soft-spoken yet her words are sharp and her presence is powerful. She stands

The rise of the Day of the Dead

The rise of the Day of the Dead »

 

By Karem Nerio, photos by Sarah Van Meel

Strips of shredded paper decorate the entrance. A few meters ahead, a woman sings

Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society

Uncovered – Why nudity is not a taboo in the Danish society »

13 Mar, 2018
CultureSociety

By Anne-Kirstin Berger, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Water is dripping from Alexander’s hair as he heads out of the dressing room of Aarhus’

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

Aarhus Festuge: What not to miss at this year’s festival

Aarhus Festuge: What not to miss at this year’s festival »

 

Aarhus Festuge arrives tomorrow, filling the city with art, music and gastronomy for the festival’s 52nd year. As European Capital of Culture for

Aquasonic: An eerily profound underwater performance

Aquasonic: An eerily profound underwater performance »

★★★★★☆

Aquasonic, the world’s first underwater band, performed in Aarhus recently, taking the audience on a journey into the

Jazz is not dead… It’s alive and kicking in Aarhus!

Jazz is not dead… It’s alive and kicking in Aarhus! »

21 Mar, 2017
CultureEventsMusic

On March 9th, jazz lovers in Aarhus were in for a treat when, as part of the Århundredets Festival, the renowned Aarhus

“Art got to exist for art’s sake” – Julian Rosefeldt presents ‘Manifesto’

“Art got to exist for art’s sake” – Julian Rosefeldt presents ‘Manifesto’ »

A provoking visual and contemporary art piece, Julian’s Rosefeldt’s ‘Manifesto’ is one of Aarhus 2017’s most powerful cultural offers. 

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