Pop music writer and critic for an alternative weekly?
Arts producer for a leading television network?
Communications expert working for a major arts festival, film festival, museum, opera company, or performing arts center?
Goldring Arts Journalism Program offers a 12-month intensive master’s degree at the renowned S.I. Newshouse School of Public Communications in Syracuse, New York. The rigorous program includes graduate seminars in cultural reporting and criticism, visual and digital communication skills, media law, cultural studies and the literature of journalism; media internships in Manhattan and Upstate New York; and professional publication.
Goldring fellowships are available, made possible by the generosity of Lola Goldring.
The Playwright’s Lab at Hollins University is more than a traditional three-year degree program. Similar to an intensive workshop/retreat or conference, it promotes inclusivity and collaboration, not exclusivity and competition. Students work with some of the most important names in new play development. Unlike other programs, The New Works Initiative provides opportunities for the production of student work at professional theatres. The combination of intense training and professional experience gives Hollins playwriting graduates an edge in the industry.
Hollins playwrights get work done.
Students get their M.F.A. in three to five six-week summer sessions. You’ll work with visiting professional faculty, artists-in-residence, and guest speakers, developing personal and professional relationships. This can lead to reading and production credits before graduation.
The Playwright’s Lab features two professional certificate training programs that model best practices. These programs focus on the special skills required to work on new plays in production. They also pair playwrights with actors and directors in dynamic collaborations.
The University of California, Riverside would like to introduce their MFA program in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts. They offer a two-year MFA program offering study in screenwriting, playwriting, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Their goal is to fully fund all of our students for both years in the program through a combination of fellowships and teaching assistantships.
Some of our faculty include: Jane Smiley, Susan Straight, Katie Ford, Reza Aslan, Laila Lalami, Tom Lutz, Stu Krieger, Allison Hedge Coke, and Rickerby Hinds, among many others.
Priority submissions are due December 1, 2017 to be eligible for funding, but they will continue to accept applications from domestic applicants for Fall 2018 entry untilSeptember 1, 2018. International applicants may apply through May 1, 2018.
For more information, see flyer below or click here.
A major part of the MA program here at Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio, is directing training and directing opportunities. We plan to offer 6 assistantships this upcoming fall of 2017.
The Masters of Performance, Theatre and Practice is an opportunity for students to integrate their understanding of scholarship and practice as they are determining where they will fit into the theatre professionally or if they will pursue an MFA or PhD degree. Students can complete either a research thesis or a creative portfolio. See more information at our website.
Graduate assistantships include a full tuition waiver and a stipend for working in the department as teaching assistants, graders, production support, and research assistants. Along with the important work of assistantships, we also value professional development and frequently support students to attend conferences and workshops.
We welcome students with a variety of interests in pursuing high level research and crafting their own independent research or creative project as they discover how they fit into our discipline and the world. Students from liberal arts institutions thrive in our small program that values the educational process, critical pedagogy, and provides funding for the entire degree program (including summer stipends).
Our preferred deadline for applications for Graduate Assistantships is February 1, 2018, but we will continue reviewing applications until March 1, 2018.