On Sunday, 17 September 2017, we will initiate ProbGen17 with a welcome reception/registration event at hotel Comwell (room A) from 7pm to 10pm.
The ProbGen17 conference dinner will take place on Tuesday, 19 September, at Centralværkstedet, located close to the city centre and Hotel Comwell.
Centralværkstedet is an old railway workshop dating back to 1862. For many years it was one of the most important workplaces in Aarhus. The workshop was closed in 2009 and in 2012 the building was re-established as place for events. It’s well known for its great setting, atmosphere, food and wine.
Buses will be departing from Moesgaard taking you to the conference dinner. For details and time, please see the conference program.
Photo: Colourbox.dk: ARoS Art Museum and The Old Town)
All conference participants will be given a voucher for either the ARoS Art Museum or the Old Town for free entry - ask for it at the registration desk.
The Old Town Museum (Den Gamle By) is a national open-air museum of urban history and culture in Denmark through three decades. The museum consists of more than 75 historic houses relocated from all over Denmark. Besides the historic houses and the appartments in the 1974 section, there are more than 34 workshops and shops as well as a pharmacy, a school, a post office, a telephone exchange and much more.
Den Gamle By won the Danish Museum Award as museum of the year in 2009, and is 3-star attraction in Guide Michelin.
Opening hours August - November: 10am - 5pm
ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is one of Europe’s largest art museums situated in the heart of Aarhus.
The museum’s striking architecture is created by schmidt hammer lassen architects. The 17,700 square metre big building is cube-shaped and is inside sliced through by a curved “museum street”, to which the public has access without admission charge. In 2011 the spectacular Your panorama rainbow, made by Studio Olafur Eliasson, opened on top of the museum.
With thousands of square metres spanning ten levels the museum now has ample space to showcase its extensive collection of 1100 paintings, 400 sculptures and installations, 200 art videos and over 7,000 drawings, photos and graphics.
The museum is closed on Mondays but open Sunday from 10am - 5pm and Wednesday from 10am to 10pm.