What's on this week

WEEK 11
Below you can find this week's acitivities for the English-speaking audience. 

SATURDAY
When Threads are Tied
A new exhibition on Herningsholm Museum. Follow the latest news on Facebook here

FRODE GUNDORF NIELSEN: UNFINISHED SYMPHONY NO. 4
The exhibition in Folkestuen consists of sculptural instruments built during the last 20 years and shown at various exhibitions and festivals. 

SUNDAY
St. John's Passion feat. Andreas Scholl and Concert
The multi-award winning Aarhus vocal chorus, Concert Clemens, will perform J.S. Bach's oratorio, St. John Passion, in the iconic Aarhus Cathedral.

YOU CAN STILL CATCH THESE
Zimon: Site-Specific Installation (A part of OverHEARD)
The internationally acclaimed Swiss artist, Zimoun, transforms everyday materials and objects into aesthetic environments, defining the space, sound and atmosphere of the beholder’s experience. Follow the Facebook event here

Rethink Agricultural History
Det Grønne Museum presents a special exhibition about agricultural history and the overall countryside culture in mid-Jutland region, seen in a larger European context.

Julian Rosefeldt - MANIFESTO
The 13-channel film installation Manifesto pays homage to the moving tradition and literary beauty of artist manifestos, ultimately questioning the role of the artist in society today. Follow news on Facebook here

The Seven Deadly Sins
Gluttony, Pride, Lust, Sloth, Envy, Anger and Greed are the Seven Deadly Sins described and classified in early Christian times. In 2017 Danish and international contemporary artists and seven art museums collaborate to rethink the seven deadly sins in society today. 

You can see The Seven Deadly Sins at seven different museums in the region: Gluttony at Museum of Religious Art in Lemvig, Pride in Skovgaard Museum in Viborg, Lust at Randers Museum of Art, Sloth at Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Envy at MUSE®UM, Skive, Anger at Presented by Horsens Art Museum and Greed at Holstebro Kunstmuseum.