Danish Picture of the Year screened onto DMJX campus

Tuesday the 21st of September, Pixlart Gallery and The Danish Press Photographers Association had organized an event, where they presented the Danish Picture of the Year 2020 by screening the winning images and videos onto the DMJX campus. »

Johanne Teglgård has two exhibitions at Godsbanen

Seventh term student Johanne Teglgård is currently showing two different exhibitions at the cultural center Godsbanen in Aarhus. The project “Past Time Present Future’ is a collaborative project made between Frei Ask Carøe and Johanne Teglgård. Since 2018, Johanne has portrayed Frei in various settings, for instance for her First »

Students receive grants in memory of press photographer Axel Schütt

Three third term students have received two grants created in the memory of the late press photographer, Axel Schütt. Hannah Almstrup and Esther Kofoed received one grant to work on a mutual project about abortion on the Faroe Islands. Stine Schjøtler received the other grant to work on a story »

Rikke Mathiasen’s story “Spine” in Washington Post

During a second term assignment in the spring 2020, Rikke Mathiasen made the personal project “Spine” about how the disease scoliosis impacts her life. A picture editor at Washington Post saw the project on DMJX Photojournalism’s Instagram and now Rikke’s story has been published on the newspaper’s Insight blog. »

DMJX students created portrait exhibition at Dokk1

During two workshop days, 15 DMJX students created the exhibition “Aarhus Portraits” at the public library, Dokk1 in Aarhus. The 10 international and 5 Danish students met at Dokk1 Thursday the 2nd of September. During this day, the 15 students went out into the streets of Aarhus to meet and »

Welcome lecture with Benjamin Nørskov

All students are back at DMJX – and Tuesday the 31st August Benjamin Nørskov held the welcome lecture for around 50 students from 1st, 3rd, 7th and international semesters. »

Open Call for a new series of workshops in Cairo

The Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Initiative (DEDI) and DMJX Photojournalism invite photographers and photojournalists from all over Egypt to apply for the educational programme “The Language of Photojournalism”.The application is open to young, Egyptian photographers below 35 years.Application deadline is the 13th of September. This series of four workshops will be conducted »

Shirin Abedi exhibited at Next! Festival of Junge Photoszene

Shirin Abedi exhibited her project “May I have this Dance?” as part of Next! Festival of Junge Photoszene at the Forum für Fotografie in Cologne from the 18th till 22nd of August. Shirin Abedi has also been nominated for the German Felix Schöller Award with her project. »

Salih Basheer win The Everyday Projects Grant

Salih Basheer is one of the first two winners ever of The Everyday Projects Grant. Salih Basheer won the Everyday Project Grant based on his personal project “22 days in Between”, which he made during his study at DMJX in the spring 2021. Salih was a scholarship student at DMJX »

Third term students on study trip

The Danish third term students went on a museum and exhibition trip to Randers together with the teachers Mads Greve and Søren Pagter this Friday the 20th of august. »

DMJX students selected for PhMuseum’s Graduates to Watch

Each year, the website PhMuseum selects photography graduates in order to display talent from the World’s photography schools. DMJX graduates Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker and Louise Herrche Serup are among PhMuseum’s 14 graduates to watch in 2021 with their BA-project “You still don’t know my name”. “You still don’t know my »

Mads Greve exhibits in Reykjavik

Mads Greve exhibits his personal project “Homesick” at Ramskram Gallery for Contemporary Photography in Reykjavik, Iceland. Homesick is a personal project, where Mads Greve interprets his own state of mind. The book and exhibition focus on longing and belonging. The book consists of 37 b/w images and is published by »

DMJX students exhibit two places this August

Three recently graduated DMJX students are exhibiting their school projects two places in Denmark this August. Maria Albrectsen Mortensen and Mads Frost are part of the group exhibition “Selv Glad”, that is opening on the 5th of August in Klitmøller, Denmark. Mads Frost is exhibiting a portrait of Brynhildr. The »

Two exam projects has been published

During the summer break, two DMJX exam projects have been published in the Danish Media. Photojournalist Iben Gad and journalist Vibe Lønstrup made their final BA-project about Danish single mothers. Part of the exam project is published in the Danish online magazine Zetland. Second term student Rune Øe made his »

Three-year partnership to provide more scholarships for international students

Since spring 2020, the ECCA Family Foundation has supported four international students in their study at DMJX. Thanks to the success of these scholarships, the Foundation and DMJX Photojournalism has now confirmed a new 3-year partnership to continue to provide scholarships for up to 24 international students between 2021 to »

The Ritzau/Scanpix Prize goes to …….

Finally, together again. After more than one year of Corona restrictions, it was possible to have a fysical graduation ceremony for photojournalists and journalists this Thursday the 24th of June. This year’s Ritzau Scanpix Prize for best photojournalistic BA went to Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker and Louise Herrche Serup. »

Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker has received Information’s Photo Prize

Every second year since 2009, the newspaper Information has, in co-operation with Canon Europe, handed out Information Photo Prize to honour the work, photojournalist students do during their internships. This year’s winner was Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker, who did her internship at Information. All photojournalist students, who have done internship within »

Students gathered for final screening day

After several months without the possibility of mutual get-to-gether lectures, all students could finally meet on Friday the 11th of June for the traditional final screening day. »