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.
Music is not just a goldmine to middle-aged white men who collected records since their early teens. The Central Library in Copenhagen often let lo-fi musicians borrow a stage. Just for the joy of making music with no gimmicks.
With Danish weather, you never know when to look for indoor-alternatives to your current plans. Diving into my best subject of DIY, I will show you a few amazing ideas from this years’ Maker Day, all made by the very best makers.
Did you know that croissants can be a brilliant musical instrument? At least why they are still in the making? Yes, that’s right. Democratic Coffee / Central Library makes poetry reach new levels with fresh bakery. Grab a cup.
Imagine you are a Danish soldier trapped in a German bunker during World War I, and you are writing what could be your last letter to the beloved back home. Follow the pupils who tried with author Kåre Bluitgen as their guide.