21.04.2017

Launch of The Norwegian Journal of Photography #3

We are pleased to welcome the public to a launch party for the third edition of The Norwegian Journal of Photography at the Fritt Ord Foundation's premises at 7 p.m. on Friday, 21 April.

NJP #3 is being published by Journal Publishing House. At the launch, the photographers will give a brief presentation of their projects. The Canadian VII-photographer Donald Weber, author of the preface to the book, will deliver a lecture about Norwegian and Nordic documentary photography in an international perspective. 

In addition, the new group of photographers for the fourth edition of The Norwegian Journal of Photography will be introduced.

It will be possible to purchase The Norwegian Journal of Photography after the launch.


Programme:
Welcome by Rune Eraker and Bente Roalsvig

The NJP photographers present their projects:
  • Adrian Øhrn Johansen: Constant Fear
  • Camilla Jensen: Dissolve/Evolve
  • Eirik Brekke: The Hardangervidda Highland Plateau
  • Kyrre Lien: Inside a Republic of Rebels
  • Morten Andersen: Megacities
  • Rebecca Shirin Jafari: Why Shirin?
  • Tommy Ellingsen: Drive
  • Tonje Bøe Birkeland: The Characters
  • Ulla Schildt: The Garden 
Lecture by Donald Weber: Documentary, Dismantled
about Norwegian and Nordic documentary photography in an international perspective
 
Announcement of the photographers for the fourth round of NJP

Launch of NJP #3

Light refreshments

The RSF 2018 Press Freedom Index
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Welcome to the awards ceremony for the Fritt Ord Foundation Competition for Upper Secondary School, on Thursday, 12 April, at 2 p.m. at Uranienborgveien 2. There will be a formal and enjoyable celebration with speeches, finger food, and entertainment provided by music students from Foss Upper Secondary School.

Fritt Ord, Norwegian Film Directors and HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival 2018 invite the public to a debate on extremists in film on Tuesday, 13 March, from 5 to 7.30 p.m. at the House of Literature.