Second term magazine with stories from the town Struer

Friday the 6th of May, our Danish second term students launched their magazine with stories made during a one-week reportage trip to the Danish town Struer.

Signe Sofie Lægsgaard, Rebecca Helene Hoffmann and Rasmus H. Breum hanging the magazine Struer before the launch Friday the 6th of May at DMJX. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

The 12 Danish students have received teaching and done research during the first of a four weeks’ workshop. In the second week, they all went together to Struer to gather material for their stories. The past two weeks have been spent on writing, editing and layouting the stories for the magazine.

Maria Høy Hansen and Rebecca Helene Hoffmann in front of the magazine exhibition in the front hall at DMJX. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

The 12 second terms students who have made the magazine Struer.
Spread from the magazine.

The students behind the magazine are:
Rasmus H. Breum
Emilie Toldam Futtrup
Signe Sofie Lægsgaard
Benjamin Voldum Krog
Nichlas Pollier
Emil Bay Gregersen
Axel Emil Hammerbo
Rosaline Benbaruch Lange
Martin Thomas Ford
Liv Latricia Habel
Maria Høy Hansen
Rebecca Helene Hoffmann

The teachers at the workshop have been:
Hanne Mølby Henriksen (written journalism)
Lars Prevelakis Bai (layout)
Mads Greve (photojournalism)

Nichlas Pollier and Rosaline Benbaruch Lange haning their magazine spreads. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

Second term student Rosaline Benbaruch Lange (in the middle) explains her story to International students Poul-Louis Godier, Yashovardhan Sodhani and Ralitsa Belcheva. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

Fourth term students Anders Holst and Esther Kofoed Sørensen browsing through the new DMJX magazine. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

Spine of the second term magazine. Click the image to read.

Nichlas Pollier in conversation with Associate Professor Joshua Birnbaum, international guest from Ohio University. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX