Next week marks the start of the highly anticipated CPH:DOX documentary film festival. CPH:DOX is the third largest documentary festival in the world, and this is its first ever spring edition, which brings several new events with it to the program. This year’s festival includes more than 200 films, 75 of which are world premiers. These […]
This year, we are celebrating Finland’s one hundred years of independence. We have only just reached the end of January, but there is already an unusual and extraordinary amount of events highlighting Finnish culture all over Denmark. So what did January bring us? The Finland100 celebrations were kicked off in Denmark in a very exciting […]
From January 26th to April 17th 2017, you have the chance to learn more about world-renowned Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) at Kunsten in Aalborg. Kunsten, in collaboration with Vitra Design Museum and the Alvar Aalto Museum, is bringing the exhibition Alvar Aalto – Second Nature to Aalborg. This retrospective exhibition gives you […]
With the arrival of some short-lived but beautiful snow during the past few days, it feels more than fitting that Kenneth Greve and the Finnish National Ballet are soon coming to Copenhagen with Snedronningen, also known as the Snow Queen or Lumikuningatar. The ballet will be in town for four shows from the 27th to […]
About a month ago the institute had the pleasure of welcoming a new member to our tiny staff: Sini! Sini is our new go-to person when it comes to communication (and lots of other stuff), but what really makes her tick? We asked her a few questions to get to know her better.
6200 besökare, 27 gallerier, 16 öppna timmar, 3 dagar. Siffrorna får stå för min verbala sammanfattning av den sista helgen i augusti, när Kunsthal Charlottenborg öppnade sina dörrar för den andra uppsättningen av vad som kallas den Nya Konstmässan.