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Aarhus- European capital of culture video

I was the Reporter for this video on Aarhus, Denmark becoming the European Capital of Culture in 2017.

Julia Jieun Shim was the Camera Operator and Editor for this piece.

MAKING CULTURE CAPITAL: EVALUATING THREE DECADES OF THE EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE

By Pedro Gomes and Alejandro Librero-Cano

We measure the regional impact of the European Capital of Culture programme using a difference-in-differences approach. GDP per capita in hosting regions is 4.5 % higher compared to non-hosting regions during the event, and the effect persists more than 5 years after it. 964 more words

Cultural Economics

Karate

After much searching we were able to find the Hidden Places: Community & A Life in Balance space that had been assembled atop Pakhusene in Aarhus Ø. 166 more words

British Council

Future Feminism

The first art show we saw in Aarhus was Future Feminism at the ‘O’ Space.

Anonhi, Kembra Pfahler and Johanna Constantine presented the 13 Tenets of Future Feminism… 432 more words

British Council

What's cooking in Košice

Most tourists and visitors to our country will naturally head to Bratislava – the capital of Slovakia. Not only does the city have its own (albeit small) airport, but it’s only an hour drive from a larger Vienna airport, which is a convenient gateway to other European cities and holiday destinations. 720 more words

Lifestyle

Aarhus Cathedral

I am usually avoid visiting Cathedrals. They are often awash with tourists and overly decadent in their Christian imagery. However we came across the Aarhus Cathedral as we were getting our bearings of the city and decided to have a quick look. 226 more words

British Council

Culture experience in Aarhus.

Aarhus is probably not on everbody’s travel radar as one usually visits Copenhagen when going to Denmark. However, this year Aarhus is getting special attention and is advertised all over Europe as it (together with Pafos on Cyprus) received the title of European Capital of Culture 2017. 1,033 more words

Travelling