PechaKucha Presentation

Northside through 2017

PRESENTED ON NOV 21, 2017
IN AARHUS @ VOL 35

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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Falling Through The Rabbit Hole

BY JOHNNY GIBSON
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 23, 2014

"A period of time, perfectly orchestrated solely for the pure enjoyment that is somewhat hard to find..."

Festival director Johnny Gibson talks about how creating events is about making a fully immersive experience, not unlike entering into an alternative world... 

This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 9th, 2017. 

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Mørke Dage

BY MØRKE DAGE
@ VOL 26 ON SEP 24, 2015

'Mørke Dage' is a newbee art festival in our 'neighbor city' Aalborg. The focus is on the dark sides – visually, musically and through all sorts of installations.

https://www.facebook.com/morkedage

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DYRK dit bibliotek

BY TIM STEINBRENNER
@ VOL 26 ON SEP 24, 2015

Timm Steinbrenner from Aarhus Public Libraries is telling about how the modern library can be used as a community space through different events, workshops, gardening and even bee keeping.

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Aarhus 2017

BY REBECCA MATTHEWS
@ VOL 144 ON FEB 22, 2017

Ms. Rebecca Matthews, CEO of the European Capital of Culture Aarhus 2017, presents highlights of the year-long cultural programme taking place across the beautiful Central Denmark Region under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.

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Passionately Pafos!!

BY STELIOS PAPAGEORGIOU
@ VOL 144 ON FEB 22, 2017

Pafos 2017 Volunteer Coordinator Stelios Papageorgiou takes us on a journey of Pafos European Capital of Culture and its people through 2017. The European Capital of Culture seen through the eyes of Pafos citizens, permanent foreign residents and visitors, who volunteer and contribute to an exciting year of culture, knowledge and unique experience.

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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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Arternes Aarhus

BY NINA TOFTE HANSEN
@ VOL 34 ON SEP 13, 2017

"Arternes Aarhus" (ENG: "The species of Aarhus") is about giving a voice to all the species in the city of Aarhus, and not just the humans. Nina Tofte Hansen tells the quirky story of the species-ambassadors of Aarhus, and how other life forms are given consideration through these people. The audience is introduced to both the current Mole- and Dandelion-ambassador, and a tree - which is of course an Aarhusian as much as anybody else in the city.

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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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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!