Opportunity for students with interest in Arts Journalism

April 19, 2022

Registration is now open for an Arts Journalism Institute to occur June 27 – July 1. This hands-on and writing-intensive opportunity will bring together early career arts writers with professional arts journalists. Participants will work directly with faculty including Peggy McGlone, Washington Post arts reporter, Geoff Edgers, Washington Post arts features, Michael Brodeur, Washington Post classical music, Emma Sarappo, The Atlantic arts reporter, Kayla Randall, NPR editorial, and more. Tuition for the week is $500, and through the generous support of HumanitiesDC 75% of attendees will receive partial or full merit-based scholarship. Additional details and link to register are available at: www.DayEight.org

 

The Arts Journalism Institute is presented by the non-profit Day Eight. Two participants in the summer program will be offered paid writing fellowships for Fall 2022. To learn more about Day Eight’s open Arts Journalism Fellowship visit DayEight.org/arts-writing-fellowship.