The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism is pleased to announce the fellows for the 11th annual USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program. Click here for the press release and fellows' short biographies.
, host and producer, Soundprint Media, La Crescenta, Calif. Meredith Broussard
, contributing editor, Hidden City Philadelphia
, Philadelphia, Pa. Brendan Bruce
, senior interactive designer, Peppercom, New York, N.Y. Marissa Gluck
, freelance journalist, Radar Research, Los Angeles, Calif. Sean Kelly
, freelance designer and illustrator, The New York Times
, Los Angeles Times
, Fairfield, Conn. Miles Lightwood
, staff software engineer, The Walt Disney Company, Glendale, Calif. Enrique Limón
, arts and culture editor, Santa Fe Reporter
, Santa Fe, N.M. Joanne McNeil
, senior editor, Rhizome at the New Museum, New York, N.Y. Anne Maria Nicholson
, national arts reporter, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Sydney Paul Pierson
, partner and design director, Carbone Smolan Agency, New York, N.Y. Chris Spurgeon
, senior software engineer, The Walt Disney Company, North Hollywood, Calif. Suzi Steffen
, social media consultant, Ojai Music Festival; journalism instructor, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. Mark Taylor
, senior interactive producer for arts & culture, KQED, San Francisco, Calif. Suzanne Wu
, director of research communications, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Calif. Logan Young
, lead editorial producer, RealNetworks, Inc., Reston, Va.
These 2012 fellows will collaborate with news organizations and USC Annenberg arts journalism master's students to produce journalism for the upcoming Engine30 project. Find out more about the Engine30 team:
2012 fellows (click here)
Engine30 media collaborators (click here)
Engine30 USCers and Instructors (click here)
About the 2012 fellowship
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.
The 2012 USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program is built around creating a next-generation reporting tool for arts journalism in the form of a 15-member pop-up newsroom called Engine30. The fellowship, funded by The Getty Foundation assembles an all-star team of fellows committed to using their skills to imagine and implement a new dynamic system for reporting on arts and culture. The team, drawn from a pool of 257 applicants, consists of arts journalists, web designers and developers. Read more about the fellowship here.
Engine30 is the latest in a series of experimental arts journalism projects dedicated to rethinking the ways journalists report on the arts. Engine28 (www.Engine28.com) was a pop-up newsroom involving 40 journalists who produced 100+ stories around two theater festivals in the span of a week. Engine29 (www.Engine29.org) sent 28 arts journalists out to explore gaming, crowd-sourcing, community engagement, slow journalism, meta-data, distributed storytelling, incremental journalism and social media as tools for covering the arts. Engine30 builds on the lessons of these previous Engines created through USC Annenberg and focuses on producing a series of stories told in innovative ways.
Upcoming 2013 fellowship
Fellows convene for an Engine pop-up newsroom editorial meeting.
- 2013 fellowship dates: TBD
- Location: Los Angeles, CA
- How to apply: All interested applicants for 2013 should email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list for future updates.
- 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.
- Questions: Go to FAQ for more information about applying to the program.
Sasha Anawalt, director
Douglas McLennan, Engine30 project architect
Edward Lifson, associate director
Arianna Sikorski, program coordinator
Get a master's degree in Arts Journalism at USC Annenberg in 9 and a half months!
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