Reimagining the City

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City Link 2015: Reimagining the City is an exciting day of activities around Frederiksberg and Nordvest celebrating the city and exploring how we can use art and creativity to make exciting spaces in our city for everyone. The day long programme includes talks, debates, workshops, exhibitions, dinner and pop-up concerts. All events are in English and everyone is invited. There are activities for all ages to excite and delight the imagination! Check out our guide below!

Morning Talks
9.00-13.30 Tickets 50kr from Billetto

talks

A series of talks and panel debates on creative practices and public engagement methods to create lively and democratic cities and public space. The symposium will take place at the Arne Jacobsen designed canteen at Novozymes and we will hear from a range of artists, academics and creatives from Copenhagen and Edinburgh including Tanya Toft (Curator and Ph.d.), Morvern Cunningham (LeithLate), Ulrikke Neergaard (Somewhere), Kirsten Dufour (Astrid Noack), Jan Liliendahl Larsen (Urbanist, Supertanker), Mads Boserup (TagTomat), Martin Voola (Dome of Visions), Jenny Humberstone (HERE+NOW) and Richard Williams (Edinburgh University).
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Afternoon Creative Workshops
13.45-18.00 Entrance is free.

workshops

An afternoon of activities for all ages. Underneath Bispeengbuen you will be able to design you own skateboard and make a giant chalk painting on the underpass. At Cafe Ved Buen, Creative Roots will be building creative indoor and outdoors spaces, and making workshops with their new 3D printer! At Glentevej you can learn all about urban gardening with TagTomat including a workshops on how to make your own planter for your home. At ContainerBy there will be a game-playing workshop exploring the future of the urban area. You can also take a walking art tour along Nordre Fasanvej with Somewhere, and hear about their work in the local area.
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Evening Exhibition Launch
17.00- 23.00 Entrance is free.

Polar Twins

Six Danish and six Scottish artists and curators have been part of an artist exchange programme, where they have studied each other’s cities and spaces. This process has led to the creation of new artistic works. Themes such as co-creation, democratic education, gentrification, and strategies towards the creation of creative city spaces are demonstrated in the exhibition. Thus the exhibition reflects upon local history and diversity between the cities. The exhibition launch will also include live music, DJ and bar, open til 11pm.
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