Blogging Again

Blogging again… Photo: Robyn Mac Millan Hello everybody, my name is Cornelia Schmidt and it is now time to take over the blogging again. The social media platforms make it more and more difficult to share the pictures of the project, so I decided to go instead for a blog with the original pictures here, […]

10-YEARS JUST PEOPLE

I hope that you are all well.  This year marks the 10th anniversary of the JUST PEOPLE photo project.  A photo project about acceptance, tolerance, love, struggle, stories of every day people.  The Just People project 10 year anniversary event is approaching fast and we hope to welcome many of you there.  When? Saturday, 8th October […]

FINISSAGE – 28th of March 13-16 – Atelje Oskar, Oskarström

And soon the exhibition is coming to an end. I will personally be there Sunday 28th of March along with one of my photographed humans, Annica. So please join us and have the opportunity to see this important exhibition with stories and pictures of wonderful human beings, mostly women but not all. Adress: Ateljé Oskar, […]

LECTURE IN FALKENBERG

I got an invitation to lecture about the project at the Fotografi in Falkenberg this week. Please join. It’s for free, 2 days of photography.    

SIGNING OF THE BOOK

Saturday the 23rd of September I will be signing the book “Just a lifetime” at the Photo book Fair, UNSEEN in Amsterdam, bookmarket no. 52 together with SFF, Svenska Fotografers Förbund. Time: 13.00. Welcome! Info: http://unseenamsterdam.com/

VARBERG next

We have arranged now for the next exhibition, Spring 2017 will Just People be at Johnssons Gård in Varberg, just an hour south of Göteborg in a very cool place. So keep these dates free: 27th of April, until 1st of May 2017. More info later to come.

KULTURKVARTERET HJO

The information about the exhibition is now out on Hjo’s Community homepage.

A BETTER LIFE

Today’s brand new Picture in the Project is about Emigration. It’s a hot theme. People are fleeding war zones to come to Europe. But don’t forget that actually people fled Europe for Canada, America, Australia to find a better life, due to poverty and lack of food. And this not so many years ago. To […]

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