USC Annenberg / Getty Arts Journalism Fellowship
The USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program is a three week, mid-career education Fellowship for six arts, culture and entertainment editors, producers and writers from online, print, radio and television.
Typically one to two of the Fellows come from outside the United States.
Journalists who cover the visual and performing arts, architecture, literature and pop culture – and who own these beats either as generalists or specialists – are welcome to apply.
Staff, freelancers and self-employed Web journalists are are also encouraged.
The idea is to provide unusual behind-the-scene experiences that engage the USC Annenberg/Getty Fellows in frank and often off-the-record conversations with artists and the people who produce, curate, report on, and/or write policy on arts and urban culture.
Candidates must be mid-career critics, reporters, writers, columnists, editors, broadcasters or producers who specialize in arts, culture or entertainment for an online, newspaper, magazine or broadcast media organization.
You must have at least three years of steady professional arts journalism in your background.
The program is NOT intended for entry-level journalists, students or journalism educators.
Freelancers and/or self-employed individuals who regularly publish online, in print or over the airwaves ARE eligible, as long as their application is accompanied by a letter of recommendation by a newsroom editor/manager at an organization that regularly publishes or broadcasts their work OR by an experienced journalist who can speak to their work in convincing detail.
This is a national and international program, applicants from anywhere may apply.
Advanced degrees or specialized training in the arts are NOT required.
There is no discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national or international origin, color, sex, age, veteran status, or disability.
Deadline: 14th July
For more information and application, visit: USC Annenberg / Getty Arts Journalism Fellowship Website