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Den Gamle By : Danmarks Købstadmuseum (Årbog)
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ISSN (Print) 0105-9254
Published by Aarhus Universitet Homepage  [27 journals]
  • Museumspris for Fornyelse

    • Authors: Thomas Bloch Ravn
      First page: 129
      Abstract: Recognition for innovation
      On the evening of Saturday 21 May, Den Gamle By was presented
      with the prestigious Luigi Micheletti Award. The prize is annually
      awarded to an innovative museum working with recent history.
      Den Gamle By was nominated for the Luigi Micheletti Award,
      in part for its work in connection with updating the museum. The
      museum now also includes period-rooms depicting the 1960s
      and 1970s and has developed special experiences for marginalized
      groups such as people suffering from dementia and mentally
      handicapped children. The museum has also developed an innovative
      model for documentation of contemporary life. Examples
      include, a project involving a homeless person who lived in a
      backyard at the museum for three months and a Somali home
      which the museum opened in the spring. In these cases,
      the
      museum’s
      visitors have had an opportunity to visit homes and
      individuals they would hardly otherwise have been able to visit.
      This is the first time a Danish museum has been awarded the
      prize, which has been given every year since 1995, and we at Den
      Gamle By are extremely proud to receive it.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Årets gang og planer for fremtiden

    • Authors: Thomas Bloch Ravn
      First page: 129
      Abstract: Annual Report
      Den Gamle By is still doing well. The museum has the benefit of
      healthy visitor numbers, a good revenue stream, well-functioning
      operations, and the continual completion of projects that are
      enjoyed by the museum’s large audience. We are waiting tensely
      to find out what the final decision in the matter of the protected
      status of the Botanical Garden will mean for the future development
      of Den Gamle By, and we are hoping that the politicians at
      Christiansborg will not reduce state support for the museum as
      much as they have indicated they would. This is because a good
      physical environment and good economic conditions are a prerequisite
      for continued development of Den Gamle By, which has
      been identified as Denmark’s best-known museum by a major
      study carried out by the tourism organization Visit Denmark.
      The 1974 neighborhood has been expanded with a day care
      center and a blind man’s apartment, and until April 2017 visitors
      can experience a Danish-Somali home established by the
      museum
      in cooperation with six Somali women. The exhibit
      Børne TVs Historie (“The History of Children’s Television”) focuses
      on children’s television during the last sixty years, and the museum
      has presented activities related to children and food.
      It was a productive year as regards book publications: The
      museum published books on the history of chocolate and the
      history of the hospital as well as a work on medieval towns and
      the book Made in Aarhus, which was published in celebration of
      Aarhus’s
      status as the European Capital of Culture in 2017.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Red Barnets Børnehave Rosenvang

    • Authors: Berit Guldmann Andersen, Karsten Tuft
      First page: 129
      Abstract: The Rosenvang Save the Children nursery school
      By creating a nursery school in Den Gamle By’s 1974 neighborhood
      we have told the story of how private day-care initiatives
      constituted a significant prerequisite for the development of the
      welfare state during the 1960s and 1970s. The course of events in
      Denmark in this connection are unique in an international context.
      The Rosenvang Save the Children nursery school was
      created
      in collaboration with Daginstitutionernes Museumsforening
      Aarhus
      (DMÅ) [”The Aarhus Day-care Institutions’ Museum
      Association”].
      Over the course of many years, the association
      has built up a large collection of furnishings, objects, and records
      from various institutions, and a large part of the nursery school
      inventory collected is now exhibited at Den Gamle By. This article
      will guide you around the nursery school.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Fantasifulde, farverige og fandenivoldske Christiania plakater i 45
           år.

    • Authors: Elsebeth Schanz Aasted
      First page: 129
      Abstract: Imaginative, colorful and loudChristiania posters through 45 years2016 marks the forty-fifth anniversary of the founding of FreetownChristiania. To mark the occasion in Den Gamle By, the DanishPoster Museum opened an exhibition on the 30th June 2016that, by means of posters, provides insights into the life, development,and ideals of the Freetown.Prior to the establishment of Christiania, the area had beenused by the military, which gradually withdrew during the period1967-1971. On 26 September 1971 a small group of activists forcedtheir way onto the grounds of the former military facility andoccupiedthe area.Christiania was founded in the slipstream of all the sociallytransformative movements that characterized the 1960s and1970s. Without the period’s revolt against earlier conventions,without its great wildness and rejection of existing values, theestablishmentof the Freetown would never have occurred.This article is about Christiania, about the founding of theFreetown, and about the movement that resulted in the birthof the Freetown. It presents a small selection of the manythousandsof posters that contribute to the preservation of theFreetown’shistory.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Et somalisk hjem i Danmark

    • Authors: Anneken Appel Laursen
      First page: 129
      Abstract: A Somali home in Denmark
      In March 2016, the exhibition Et somalisk hjem i Danmark 2016
      [A Somali Home in Denmark in 2016] opened. This exhibition is
      the result of a unique collaboration between six Somali women
      and Den Gamle By that resulted in the creation of a Danish-Somali
      home at the museum. A home that has proven to be both
      Danish and something very different. A home that reveals that
      the inhabitants have made a new beginning in a new country.
      The exhibition gives visitors to Den Gamle By an opportunity
      to get close to a world in Denmark with which few people are
      familiar.
      At the same time, the visiting Somali families gain insight
      into Danish culture as presented by Den Gamle By. For the group
      of Somali women, the exhibition has meant that they feel themselves
      to be a part of history and feel that their children have two
      cultures of which they can be proud.
      The apartment is the latest result of the museum’s collaboration
      with the citizens of Aarhus. In Den Gamle By we work with
      history, but we also work with contemporary society both by
      means of the collection of objects and knowledge and by means
      of the transmission of knowledge. Working collaborative with
      locals
      includes more people
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • En livsforlængende kur til Apoteket

    • Authors: Merete Pallesen
      First page: 129
      Abstract: A Viking plank-road recreated
      for The Aarhus Story
      Archaeological findings have shown that there were plank-roads
      in Viking Age Aarhus. A plank-road will be what visitors to the
      museum first encounter in Aarhus Story, the exhibition about
      Aarhus’s history from the Viking Age and into the future.
      To be able to make this plank-road, Den Gamle By’s carpenters
      have had to learn wood splitting techniques that were used
      during the Viking Age. The first attempts to split tree trunks for
      planks did not go as planned: the wood was too twisted and
      gnarly. It was not until a thorough selection of the wood had
      been carried out that the right tree trunks – ones that could be
      transformed into straight planks – were found. After having been
      split, the planks were further refined using adzes and broadaxes
      made on the basis of axes from the Viking Age.
      Working on the plank road has given Den Gamle By’s carpenters
      an insight into a rarely-used method of carpentry. The finished
      product, the plank road, will have a tangible presence and
      embody a story that will set the scene for the experience, visitors
      to the exhibition about the history of Aarhus, are to have.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • En vikingeplankevej genskabt til Aarhus Fortæller

    • Authors: Martin Brandt Djupdræt, Christian Rønne Larsen, Rasmus Vinther
      First page: 129
      Abstract: A Viking plank-road recreated
      for The Aarhus Story
      Archaeological findings have shown that there were plank-roads
      in Viking Age Aarhus. A plank-road will be what visitors to the
      museum first encounter in Aarhus Story, the exhibition about
      Aarhus’s history from the Viking Age and into the future.
      To be able to make this plank-road, Den Gamle By’s carpenters
      have had to learn wood splitting techniques that were used
      during the Viking Age. The first attempts to split tree trunks for
      planks did not go as planned: the wood was too twisted and
      gnarly. It was not until a thorough selection of the wood had
      been carried out that the right tree trunks – ones that could be
      transformed into straight planks – were found. After having been
      split, the planks were further refined using adzes and broadaxes
      made on the basis of axes from the Viking Age.
      Working on the plank road has given Den Gamle By’s carpenters
      an insight into a rarely-used method of carpentry. The finished
      product, the plank road, will have a tangible presence and
      embody a story that will set the scene for the experience, visitors
      to the exhibition about the history of Aarhus, are to have.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Smykkeskrinet

    • Authors: Jens Ingvordsen
      First page: 129
      Abstract: The jewellery box
      Jewellery is not just jewellery; rather, it bears witness to the age
      in which it was created.
      In February 2017 Den Gamle By will open the permanent exhibition
      Smykkeskrinet – danske smykker fra det 20. århundrede
      (The Jewellery Box – Danish Jewellery of the Twentieth Century).
      The exhibition displays 510 pieces of jewellery from a collection
      the likes of which have not been seen anywhere else in the world.
      The collection provides a comprehensive picture of the national
      and international trends in the twentieth century that made
      Danish industrial arts world-famous. In the article Curator Jens
      Ingvordsen
      presents a handful of the pieces of jewellery and their
      special characteristics.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Motoriserede køretøjer i Den Gamle By

    • Authors: Erik Nellemann
      First page: 129
      Abstract: Motor vehicles in Den Gamle By
      Many of Den Gamle By’s motor vehicles were chosen because
      they represent a little segment of the Danish transportation history.
      In Den Gamle By’s 1927 neighborhood stands a 1926 Ford
      Model T. In the 1920s the Ford Model T was the most popular
      automobile in the world. In 1972 the Volkswagen Type 1 (
      Beetle)
      broke the Ford Model T’s world record despite having spent a
      number of years as the ugly duckling nobody wanted to own.
      Both vehicles became popular in their time because they were
      cheap and well-made. In P. Fredsteds Cykel og Knallertværksted
      [P. Fredsted’s Bicycle and Moped Workshop] stands a Skylon
      from 1955 that represents the period during which Danes began
      to ride mopeds. In the same workshop stands a Kreidler Florett,
      the moped, many young people dreamed of in the 1970s.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Årsberetning Dansk Center for Byhistorie

    • Authors: Mikkel Thelle
      First page: 129
      Abstract: Danish Centre for Urban History annual report
      The center has been working on different tracks this year, on
      both long term and more short term projects. Of the former,
      the book about then Danish cities in the Middle Ages has been
      one of the larger ones, and we are proud to have published it.
      This endeavor began in 1977 with the project “Middelalderbyen”
      (“The Medieval Town”), and finishing it with a thorough research
      synthesis is a great pleasure. Many thanks to the two authors,
      Bjørn Poulsen and Hans Krongaard Kristensen, and to the Velux
      Foundation for its generous support. Further, the center has been
      engaged in relevant national and international cooperations,
      for example with the research network “Shop, city, consumer”
      which is interested in Danish consumption culture in cities since
      1660. Also, in cooperation with Odense City Museums, we have
      completed a project on the “Unclean City” that will result in a
      publication and also participated workshops with international
      partners in both Berlin and Johannesburg, where we are
      discussing contested public spaces. On the research side, there
      are five Ph.D.-students attached to the center, of which three are
      working within the broad “Welfare cities” field. Young researchers
      in urban history are thus carrying out interesting work here.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
  • Tal og Fakta

    • Authors: Thomas Bloch Ravn
      First page: 129
      Abstract: Den Gamle By i tal.
      PubDate: 2017-01-16
      Issue No: Vol. 82, No. 82 (2017)
       
 
 
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