KA Sound x FFS Fredagsbar: Øre Snu

Free entry

Are you ready for a massive explosion of groovy percussion, bouncy RnB edits, Brazilian baile magic and underground bass music?
Join us when Kunsthal Aarhus in collaboration with Future Female Sounds presents DJ Øre Snu!

➡ Friday, 20.01.2023
➡ 17 pm – 21 pm

About Om øre snu:
Øre snu dives into her collection of irresistible rhythms from around the world, mixing groovy percussion driven tunes from Brazil to Mali with electrifying upbeat goodies. Open your mind and allow yourself to get carried away by the playful sounds of øre snu.

About Future Female Sounds:
Established in 2017, Future Female Sounds has been working to make the DJ profession accessible to women and gender minorities globally. Through DJ workshops, hands-on learning, networking, and events, FFS has trained more than 800 new DJ talents, as well as launched programs in Cairo, Tunis, Paris, Berlin, and Beijing. The FFS community consists of more than 7,000 international female and non-binary DJs and also has Scandinavia's largest booking agency of exclusively female and gender minority DJs. In Denmark, Future Female Sounds runs the first DJ Academy for women and gender minorities who want to learn to DJ.
Read more here

About KA Sound:
Initiated by Kunsthal Aarhus in 2022, KA Sound prioritizes music and sound at the heart of contemporary art. It also facilitates new music experiences in Aarhus by making space for different creative disciplines to meet. In addition to strengthening the connection between contemporary art and music, KA Sound seeks to expand the city's music scene across other local associations and institutions.

Dish of the evening:
At the friday bar it's possible to buy dinner, consisting of a delicious vegan pea soup with garlic, dill oil, tahini dressing and roasted pea crisps! The dish is served with homemade bread and can be enjoyed for 70 kr. - unless you are a student, then we of course have a nice student discount ready for you!

You are also invited to the opening of the fragrance sculpture The Lake, which takes place just before the Friday bar opens!
More info here

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