Jul 17, 2021
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Events

Bees and Balance

W

e bring the audience very close to the bee’s function and stimulate the lack of knowledge about fertilization and diversity.

22-23 of July in Nyhavn 63C, Bedwood Hostel, Copenhagen.

22 July

14-15

Tasting of honey ice cream and honey candy for children with sweet adults.
Movie: Disney’s The Bee Movie and the biologist’s stories about the bee.

16-18

Honey ice cream and honey tasting in the yard.
Movie: Honeyland, award-winning documentary about, perhaps the world’s last wild bees breeder, a woman in the Macedonian mountains.

18.30-19.30

Ole Hertz, beekeeping consultant in developing countries: Talk about the bee as the fertilizer of diversity. Cases from Africa, Denmark, Greenland.

Katrine Klinken, owner of Denmark’s first and only honey shop in Jægersborggade: Talk about honey as an elixir of life and gastronomic emphasis.

Thorkil Boisen, Denmark’s first honey ice cream producer: Talk about the bee in green conversion, the biologist’s take on dissemination of bee knowledge.

Moderator: Anne Boukris

20:00

Honey exhibition and tasting, honey tapas and honey drinks, informal lounge and summer joy.
80 kr

23 july

Biomimetics is a wonderful journey into what we can learn from nature. Join us when Nordic Biomimicry presents us with the unimaginable potential of nature as a source of inspiration for the sustainable society of the future.

16-17

Lars Pødenphant Kiær, innovation specialist from Nordic Biomimicry: Talk about biomimetics and nature-inspired design, ecology and sustainable innovation.

18-19

Movie: Microcosmos. An artistic nature documentary with detailed interactions between insects and other small invertebrates. Pure eroticism and beauty.

19.30-22

Honey exhibition, tasting, honey tapas and honey drinks. DJ and informal lounge and summer joy.

80 kr