Tree walk on Vesterbro, where the author C.Y. Frostholm reads from the Tree Museum, and Copenhagen Municipality talks about their tree policy – an important part of the city’s climate goals, identity and cultural history.
Tree walk on Vesterbro, where author C.Y. Frostholm reads from his book “The Tree Museum” (Træmuseet), and Copenhagen Municipality present the city’s tree policy – an important part of the city’s climate goals, identity and cultural history.
Guided tour about trees around Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District and its surroundings, where we will take a closer look at trees as part of Vesterbro’s natural and cultural history with a different temporality compared to humans, but which are of great importance for the citizens’ well-being and the city’s ecosystem. First, Copenhagen Municipality will talk about the Danish capital’s tree policy and the identification of ‘iconic trees’ in the district. The local visual artist and author C. Y. Frostholm will read from his book “The Tree Museum” (Træmuseet) and discuss memory and cultural history in connection with trees.
Author and visual artist C. Y. Frostholm, author of “The Tree Museum” (2018).
Lars Christensen, planting technician TMF Copenhagen Municipality.
Henriette Berggreen Nguessan, architect TMF Copenhagen Municipality.
The event is a collaboration between CAFx and Art Week.
Sunday 4. June at 11-13
The event is in Danish
Price: 100 Kr. / 70 Kr. for members
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CAFx Copenhagen Architecture Festival
1700 København V
Level-free access – no
Handicap toilet – no
Free for companion – yes