Past Aarhus Event: VOL 35

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VOL 35

November 21, 2017
@ UngK

PECHA KUCHA #35 - LEGACY 2017 ✨

Året som kulturhovedstad er snart omme, og det har været vildt!
Men hvad har kulturåret gavnet? Og hvordan tager vi dét med videre ind i 2018?

Vi har inviteret seje aktører og ildsjæle ind i Ungkirkens rammer, hvor de på bedste PechaKucha-manér fortæller hvordan det har været som kulturel aktør i 2017. Det bliver en aften med refleksioner, rethinking og rare mennesker.

Dørene åbner kl. 19.00 og oplæg går i gang kl. 19.30!
Så når du har stemt til kommunalvalget, kan du komme og høre spændende oplæg hos dig. Når aftenen slutter, er stemmerne omtrent talt op og du kan gå hjem og finde ud af, hvordan byrådet ser ud :)

Vi disker op med gratis vin og kaffe.

Kom og vær med til at føre 2017-arven videre - det er naturligvis gratis!

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Dome of Visions

BY NIKOLINE KERN
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Nikoline Kern, representing Dome of Visions, drops by Pecha Kucha 35 to tell us about the year 2017 as seen from their perspective. What has happened, what is about to happen and what might continue to happen? Find out right here!

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Aarhus 2017

BY BIKENDI CADELO
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

In this Aarhus 2017 retrospective, Bikendi Cadelo - fittingly speaking on behalf of Aarhus 2017 - takes a flip-book look at the events and results of the past year with Aarhus as European Capital of Culture.

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Paphos Exchange

BY LIL LACY
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Danish artist Lil Lacy recounts her experience travelling to Paphos, the twin European Capital of Culture 2017 (alongside, of course, Aarhus). On this trip, we meet some very interesting people, with very interesting skills, producing very interesting art!

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Aarhus Burns 2018

BY CHRISTIAN DIETRICHSEN
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Although 2017 has been a great year for Aarhus as European Capital of Culture, Christian Dietrichsen will not kick back and relax. He outlines his dreams and hopes and plans for an Aarhus spin-off of Burning Man, called Aarhus Burns - coming to town in 2018!

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Rethink Activism

BY PAUL NATORP
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Paul Natorp of Sager der Samler shows and tells about the organization's event called Rethink Activism. Lots of the city's activists came together to create an event programme of enormous passion, showing that the creativity and drive of visionary people is vastly underestimated in comparison to politicians and advisory committees.

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Self-reflection in self-reflection

BY IRIS BAKKER
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Aarhus-based designer and artist Iris Bakker talks about her own identity crisis, and how she found self-reflection in giving self-reflection to others.

And maybe we should not ask "What do you want to be (when you grow up)?" but rather: "Who are you? Who do you want to be in this world?"

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& Venner

BY MADS HAGBARD
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Mads Hagbard gives the audience an introduction to the string of events he has helped organize, called "& Venner" ("& Friends"). These no-nonsense events combine food, community and openness, and there's always room for one more at the table: As long as you're kind.

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PRAAK

BY MIE KANØ
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Johanne Engel Aaen and Mie Kanø of the versatile Aarhus-group PRAAK talk about the year 2017 - what it has done for them, and what it has done for the community of culture-creators in the city as a whole.

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Northside through 2017

BY LINE MARIE BACH
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Line Marie Bach works with music festivals (for example Northside in Aarhus) and managing the enormous horde of volunteer workers that help clean up and run the grounds. Underway, the audience learns about the hows and the whys, and how Northside volunteer-leadership is actually becoming an accredited course in education!

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Frontløberne - Momentum going forward

BY STINE SKJØDT
@ VOL 35 ON NOV 21, 2017

Stine Skjødt recounts the cultural year 2017 from the perspective of Frontløberne. How did a bunch of people take on the massive task of redesigning a city space temporarily - and what made them undertake this job in the first place? And more importantly: How can we keep this momentum going forward?