Organised by Cultural Journalism Campus, CJC Fellowship returns to Art Basel for the fifth year in a row in March 2018. Taught and mentored by experienced industry professionals, each year up to TEN CJC fellows are selected to undergo intensive training through writing workshops, gallery visits and lectures on cultural and creative industries in Asia. Stationed at Art Basel to cover the art fair as well as other cultural events in March, fellows receive hands-on media training through producing Culture Express, CJC’s newspaper which is distributed on location at Art Basel and through the digital realm. For more information on the past editions of CJC Fellowship, please visit CJC’s website.
We are looking for students who have a strong interest in the media and are passionate about arts and culture, with aspirations to become a cultural journalist and an art critic in the future. Those who major in journalism, media studies, fine art, cultural studies and related disciplines will have an advantage but this is not essential to participate.
Training will begin on the first weekend of March, with assignments given throughout the first four weeks of March. We are stationed at Art Basel from March 26 to 31.
You will have full access to Art Basel and other concurrent cultural events that take place.
Deadline for application is February 2, 2018, 11:55 pm. Send your CV and two writing samples (in English AND/OR Chinese) to email@example.com. Successful applicants will be notified by February 10, 2018.
About Cultural Journalism Campus
Cultural Journalism Campus (CJC) is an award-winning non-profit educational initiative founded by journalist and critic Vivienne Chow. It aims to raise the profile of and promote cultural journalism and art criticism in Asia and beyond. CJC offers aspiring young journalists and critics a unique learning opportunity to polish their skills under the guidance of media veterans and leaders of the arts and cultural sector in a professional media setting. CJC also conducts CJC Outreach, an arts education outreach programme to bring art to disadvantaged children and teenagers. In 2015, CJC was awarded Merit in Arts Education by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council for CJC’s innovative arts education programmes and dedication to cultivating an audience for the arts in the city and beyond.