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Aarhus 2017

BY BENT SØRENSEN
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

(NOTE: The sound recording for this presentation was sadly lost)

Chief of Communications for Aarhus 2017 (European Capital of Culture), Bent Sørensen, tells us about the massive work put into Aarhus 2017 and which events this has resulted in - both past and upcoming. Underway he explains some of the good results of the very wide collaboration between museums, cultural creators, and many others throughout the year.

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Tøhø-vandringer

BY PETER BANG OVERBY
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

(NOTE: The sound recording for this presentation was sadly lost)
"Do we always have to sit when we socialize?". This is the basic question that Peter Bang Overby lets the audience ponder, as he talks about his participation with 2 friends in the Kjellerup Special - a 100km "extreme walking"-event.

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Fra Hirtshals til Burning Man

BY MARTABOLETTE STECHER
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

Martabolette Stecher is a woman of many qualities. In this presentation she explains some of the unlikely similarities between the small Danish town of Hirtshals, and the famous Burning Man in Nevada. She also shares some of her tricks for dealing with the future, setting goals and how to achieve them.

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Frontløberne

BY TORBEN VINTER
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

(NOTE: The sound recording for this presentation was sadly lost)

This Pecha Kucha Night was held in the building owned by Frontløberne, an organization in Aarhus for young cultural creators. Torben Vinter is the current leader of Frontløberne, and he shares his own story as well as the story of the organization - the motivations, the goals and the current state of affairs.

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Hvordan vi lavede alt muligt andet end et artist residency

BY KONRAD HØNGAARD NIELSEN
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

In a presentation full of twists and turns, Konrad Høngaard Nielsen shares the story of CuriousPlace Curators - a project that was meant to be an artist residency, but turned into almost everything but exactly that.

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Hvaler

BY LAURA BJÆRGE
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

Laura Bjærge is not only an organizer for Pecha Kucha Aarhus - she is also a fond lover of whales. In this childishly happy presentation, Laura tells us how she first picked up the fascination and how it has grown over time.

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Ølnørd

BY TUE STARCKE-JENSEN
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

In this talk by Tue Starcke-Jensen, we are shown a glimpse into the wide world of beer fanaticism. Tue shares some personal experiences and shows people how deep the rabbit hole goes. "Enter at your own risk - you may like it" is his message.

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Disko Dusken

BY F16 PROJEKTBUREAU
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 17, 2017

Most people have felt, or feel, a pressure to conform to a beauty standard. In this presentation, the 3 lovely ladies from F16, Hannah, Laura and Ida, tell us about their project that aims to liberate people from the beauty standards surrounding body hair, and underway share some personal experiences.

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Hyponet

BY VILLADS CLAES
@ VOL 32 ON FEB 23, 2017

This is the second episode of Villads Claes investigating and explaining the mysteries of artificial intelligens – starting with a lost coat evolving into speedometers, sheep and chatbots.

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Gaelic Football

BY TIM STEINBRENNER
@ VOL 32 ON FEB 23, 2017

Milen Mitlev from Bulgaria & Tim Steinbrenner from Germany has started a Gaelic Football club in Aarhus. They share the rules and the fun of this strange sport, which is a mixture between soccer, rugby and volleyball.

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Ctrt + Alt + Demens

BY THOMAS CHEMNITZ
@ VOL 32 ON FEB 23, 2017

Thomas Chemnitz from the municipality of Aarhus shares his experiences from creating a theater play about dementia as a substitute for the conventional information campaigns.

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Mit arbejde på et atomkraftværk

BY RASMUS PLATZ
@ VOL 32 ON FEB 23, 2017

Very few of us have been inside a nuclear power plant, but Rasmus Platz has been working in several of them. In this presentation he shares what it's like to work in such places.

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