"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." (Maya Angelou)
During the summer, Hbg Stories, a new magazine in the city invited photographers, both professionals and amateurs to submit photographs of Helsingborg, from their point of view for an upcoming exhibition. The main idea was to capture a story, portrayed visually through photos and the perspective of the photographer.
The exhibition will now be in place from 15th October at Dunkers Kulturhus
A jury selected 25 entries which will now be exhibited at Dunkers Kulturhus. The jury received over 150 entries and has selected 25 which will now be exhibited at Dunkers Kulturhus.
When: October 15 - November 15, 2020
Where: The exhibition halls, entrance level
Admission: Free admission to all exhibitions at the entrance level.
Read more about the event here - https://dunkerskulturhus.se/utstallningar/hbg-stories/
What is Hbg Stories?
The magazine which recently released its third issue is an initiative of Helsingborgs Stad and in it, you can find tales and narratives of this city, and the people who make it what it is. The magazine is for free and you can find it in multiple locations across the city, including Helsingborgs Stadsbibliotek, Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborgs Kontaktcenter, cafes, restaurants and other points of interest in Helsingborg. Visit the website - www.hbgstories.se
You can also be a part of the magazine! Do you have a story to share? Maybe you have tips or an idea? Contact the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org