KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE
ART LITERATURE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN GRAPHIC DESIGN
KRABBESHOLM ALLÉ 15
DK 7800 SKIVE
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ART
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ARCHITECTURE
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DESIGN
> OBJECT SURFACE DECORATION
> FIR AND FELT
> 28 LAMPS
> WEAVING AND EMBROIDERY
> SHIRTS AND FURNITURE
GRAPHIC DESIGN
> A SITE SPECIFIC BOOK PROJECT
> VISUAL COMMENTS
> EXHIBITION AND BOOK RELEASE
> GRAPHIC DESIGN CAKES
> ROADTRIP BRNO
LITERATURE
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> LITERATURE AND CLAY
> POP MUSIC
> CULTURE MEETING
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Applications

During the semester, studens apply to a variety of different courses in photography. This year applications was sent to Photojournalism at the Danish School of Journalism in Aarhus, Photographic Communications at the Media College in Copenhagen, and Fine Art Photography course at Kunsthøgskolen in Bergen.

The application for the Danish School of Journalism should contain one portrait and a photographic series of four images on a particular topic. This year the topic was strength.
For Photographic Communication, the applicant needed to provide 3 individual images that handled the issue of safety and a portofolio of 10 images. For Bergen, one could choose to submit between 6-10 work samples that had to be explained in a text.
Here is a selection from the various applications.