Culture Night Copenhagen

The research project Ageing in the Arctic will present itself at Culture Night on the 13th of October, as the Ministry of Higher Education and Science open their doors throughout the night, from 18:00 till midnight.


While enjoying the Kaffemik you will also get a chance to meet and talk to some of the talented young researchers who are right now working on the AgeArc project and travelling through Greenland to listen to the lifestories and wishes of the elderly population. A population that is increasing, contrary to the rest of the Greenlandic populationEveryone is invited to experience a proper Greenlandic “kaffemik” and taste some of the best Greenlandic food while listening to stories about life in the Arctic and music and radio from Greenland.

See the full program of the Culture Night at the Ministry - the event is mainly in Danish. 

A wide range of research projects

AgeArc is one of the many research projects presented at the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. Besides getting a taste of the Greenlandic culture, visitors will have the opportunity to check out the newest technologies and hear about the most recent research from academic institutions all around Denmark through 21 stands at the Ministry.

Culture Night is among the most visited cultural highlights of the year in Copenhagen, with more than 80.000 visitors last year. More than 250 museums, theatres, libraries, churches, ministries, parks and squares are open for visitors all night long during this intense one-day(night)-event.

The Ministry of Higher Education and Science is situated in Bredgade 40, 1260 København K. The doors are open from 18:00 till midnight.