The Arts Council of Indianapolis and IndyStar are thrilled to launch the third round of the highly successful Arts Journalism Fellowship Program, and this year we also welcome a third partner, NUVO magazine. Application materials, qualifications, and deadline (May 5, 2017) can be found here.
About the Program:
The Arts Journalism Fellowship Program is a partnership with the Arts Council of Indianapolis and our media partners The Indianapolis Star (IndyStar) and NUVO to promote and increase arts coverage. As part of this program, Arts Journalism Fellows receive in-depth engagement with the arts community in Indianapolis as facilitated by staff of the Arts Council of Indianapolis, and in-depth journalism training as facilitated by staff of IndyStar and NUVO.
The Arts Council of Indianapolis Arts Journalism Fellowship Program will award up to three (3) $2,000 fellowships to qualified and talented students (undergraduates and post-undergraduates) to research and write engaging articles or create content and videos on artists and arts organizations in music, dance, theatre, literature, media, and/or the visual arts. The fellowship program seeks to introduce and provide students with connections, and to build relationships with professional journalists and artists in central Indiana.
General fellowship questions can be directed to: Ernest Disney-Britton, Director of Grant Services & Education Partnerships, Arts Council of Indianapolis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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