The Round Tower has been permitted to reopen for visitors. We are following all rekommandations from the authorities on preventing the spread of COVID-19.
200 years ago, Hans Christian Ørsted discovered electromagnetism. New exhibition presents the groundbreaking scientist, who was rooted in the Round Tower.
Throughout its history, the tower has been alive by virtue of the young people, who have worked here and visited the tower – from apprentices in astronomy and the students at the University Library to today’s student workers.
The Round Tower is also defined by its student workers. One of them is part of the writing collective BMS that performs a singing and angry shouting choir in the Library Hall together with the pop group First Hate.
Celebrating World Voice Day, the entire tower will have various events about the voice.
Nine professional basket makers and artists with an experimental approach to materials and techniques show the mysteries of the swarm intelligence.
An examination of the many transitions of life from a women’s perspective through visual arts, talks, panel discussions, literature, music and performances.
Sculpture formulates what language cannot say. Artists Tina Maria Nielsen, Milena Bonifacini, Carl Emil Jacobsen, Julie Stavad and Valerie Collart pay tribute to the sculpture in this group exhibition.
Danish and Colombian craftsmanship are interwoven at the exhibition 1+1=11, when designers and craftspeople from two cultures interpret each other’s work.
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