What is happening, when and where?
- Sporting clubs
- Social associations
- Loanable Resources and Indigenous Kit
- Vegemite List sign-up
If you are organising an event in Denmark, Norway or Iceland with broad interest to the Australian community, we can help promote the event. Please email us on: email@example.com
4 October 2017
Wine Australia is showcasing Australian wines at Nationalmuseet in Copenhagen on 4 October 2017 - tickets are 200 kr and going fast!
Bangarra Dance Theatre, will be performing in Copenhagen
Bangarra is Australia’s pre-eminent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts organisation and one of seven resident performing arts companies at the Sydney Opera House. The company is in its 28th year and, as many of you will know, has a national and international reputation.
Bangarra will be performing its production Spirit, which showcases the best of Bangarra’s internationally acclaimed repertoire. Set to a beautiful and haunting score composed by David Page and Steve Francis, Spirit is a lush and contemporary celebration of beauty, ritual and music. From the last breath of sunset to the first finger-light of dawn, the audience enters a mysterious and secret space to witness nature’s sacred poetry. Spirit weaves storytelling, dance, theatre and music into an unforgettable theatrical experience.
Tickets to the production may be purchased through the DR Concert Hall: http://burl.nu/ee7415
The Australian Association Norway organises regular social events for the Australian community in Norway.
The Southern Cross Club Denmark is a social club for Australians and New Zealanders in Denmark.
The Danish-Australian-New Zealand friendship society organises social and cultural events.
We have assembled some resources (flags, posters, books, boomerangs, indigenous musical instruments, information booklets) which you can apply to use if you are a school, an organisation or individuals, who are studying or working with an Australian theme.
If you are a school, and you have a recurring theme about Australia, please contact us if you would like us to assist you in gathering a more permanent collection to teach about Australia.
There is a high demand for resource kits so we ask that you inform us early if you would like to borrow one. You can borrow a resource kit for 2 weeks at a time.
Here are some examples of what we currently have in our Embassy collection, which you can borrow:
- CDs with Aboriginal and Australian folk songs
- Children's books (in English) with Aboriginal themes, books on Australian nature, culture, architecture, language and history
- Flags (fabric and paper), posters, pull-ups (for larger displays)
- Small stuffed animals.
We maintain an email list for Australians living in Denmark, Norway and Iceland. If you sign up to the Vegemite List, we send information about upcoming events or other pieces of information which may be important to you.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register - please let us know your email and your country of residence.
Updated/Reviewed: 27 September 2017