This is an order. Join Morning Singing at the library on a dull Wednesday and leave with a smile and well-deserved pride to be Danish. Özlem Cekic reminds us that the little things we do to help make a big democratic difference.
This year’s Golden Days Festival brings the hidden history into the spotlight. B-sides which are normally not noticed, but nonetheless important to our common cultural experience and heritage. Come along – you may find gold.
His Jewish family escaped to Sweden in a fishing boat during World War II. Today he fights prejudices among children with free education. Henrik Goldschmidt has fought war with music for decades – learn how he heals the world.
This year’s hack4dk had a rather morbid theme, since we played with the Copenhagen Burial Protocols from 1861-1912. It’s still a great place to learn and have fun at the same time, paying with your brainpower to future innovation.
Do you know what it is like just to pass through a part of your city every day, but never bother to stop and have a closer look at this area. I do. But the City Link Festival made me open my eyes to Sydhavnen. And hidden art.