About the 2013 fellowship
The 2013 USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program is a fellowship for arts, culture and entertainment editors, producers and writers. During this intense ten-day program, fellows will attend performances and exhibitions, and visit private studios, rehearsal rooms, architectural firms and art schools for behind-the-scenes opportunities to meet renowned artists, arts directors, curators, administrators and accomplished journalists. There will also be a Think & Do workshop in conjunction with the Annenberg Innovation Lab, and other opportunities for balancing meaningful face-to-face dialogue with skill-building practice.
Fifteen arts journalists who bring distinction to the field will be chosen from the international applicant pool. The fellowship accepts applicants who practice journalism online and in print, radio and/or television. Their areas of expertise may include architecture, literature, film, pop culture, the visual and performing arts. They can be critics or reporters or bloggers, and generalists or specialists. Staff journalists, affiliated freelancers and independents are welcome to apply. The fellowship is also interested in journalists who are artists. Read more about the fellowship here.
Fellows Rick Holter, Alison MacAdam and Neda Ulaby of NPR (left to right) at the Getty's "Greetings from L.A.: Artists and Publics 1950-1980," a Pacific Standard Time exhibition covered by Engine29.
2013 fellowship dates: October 23-November 2, 2013
Location: Los Angeles, CA
How to apply: All interested applicants for 2013 should email email@example.com to be added to the mailing list for future updates. The 2013 application will be available in May or June 2013.
Cost: The program covers most expenses, including: roundtrip travel to and from Los Angeles, hotel, most meals, reading materials, Internet access in hotel room and transportation within Los Angeles.
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Sasha Anawalt, director
Douglas McLennan, digital projects architect
Edward Lifson, associate director
Arianna Sikorski, program coordinator
Fellows convene for an Engine pop-up newsroom editorial meeting.
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