Showing 1-4 events out of 4 between 17 and 23 Dec 2018
OysterSafari with the Fanø Oyster King a fantastic gastronomic experience in the Waddensea National Park..
On the hunt for a great delicacy, which is hiding on the sand banks of Fanoe Island, 0.75 miles away from the east coast, you will be told interesting facts about oysters and their exciting way to the Wadden Sea. Back on the Beach Fanø Oyster King (Jesper Voss) will show you some of the ways of preparing and eating Oyster, raw as well as grilled. You will also yourself get a chance to learn the art of opening an Oyster and how to prepare them. Rubber boots are required as the tour is done on foot on the tidal waters of Wadden Sea. Please bring a backpack, bucket etc. in order to collect your oysters. You can by a bucket from the guide for 30 kr. and an Oysterknife for 50,- kr. Duration: Min. 3 hours Price: Adults 175 kr., Children 4 - 14 years 50 kr., 0-4 years free. The tour can be guided in Danish, English, German, French and Luxembourgish. Eating Oysters are always on your own responsibility.. Organizer Fanø Event.
Sun 23 December 2018, 8 am - 11 am.(Entrance fee: Voksne 175,- DKK., Børn 4 - 14 år 50 DKK., 0 - 4 år gratis)
Fanø Bryghus, Strandvejen 5. Nordby, Fanø
Sun 1 July 2018 to Sat 29 December 2018, 2 pm.(Free admission)
Kongensgade i Esbjerg, Esbjerg
Down to Earth. Danish painting 1780-1920 and landscapes of the "anthropocene”.
Down to Earth is a visionary exhibition, which brings art and the natural sciences together to discuss one of the most urgent questions of our times. In the exhibition, the question of what we are doing to our planet is asked through a historical reflection of how we got to this precarious moment. The landscape, nature, and our surroundings have changed dramatically in the last 200 years. We live in the Anthropocene Epoch, in which humanity’s impact on nature has run so deep as to have left its own geological traces. Down to Earth shows us how, as early as the nineteenth century, landscape painting and the natural sciences were already working together to document and interpret the landscape’s profound transformation. This exhibition is a collaboration between Faaborg Museum, the Ribe Art Museum and The Hirschsprung Collection, Copenhagen. The exhibition is curated by Gry Hedin (Faaborg Museum), Gertrud Oelsner (The Hirschsprung Collection), and Thor J. Mednick (University of Toledo)..
Sat 6 October 2018 to Sun 20 January 2019, 11 am.(Entrance fee: 75 DKK)
Ribe Kunstmuseum, Sct. Nicolaj Gade 10, Ribe
Wunderkammer I - special exhibition.
Sat 6 October 2018 to Sun 12 May 2019, 10 am - 4 pm.(Entrance fee: 60/40/0 DKK.)
Esbjerg Kunstmuseum, Havnegade 20, Esbjerg