Monday, January 2, 2012

MFA in Screenwriting: Cal State Fullerton

Monday, January 2, 2012

California State University Fullerton is now accepting applications for its graduate program in Screenwriting.

The Master of Fine Arts in Screenwriting is an intensive, two-year degree program in writing for narrative feature film, short films, television dramas and comedies, as well as new media. Writing classes are small and taught in a seminar atmosphere by professors with professional experience in the entertainment industry. 

Entry into the program is competitive, based on acceptance into California State University Fullerton as well as the applicant's submission of materials to the Radio-TV-Film graduate program. A total of 42 units are required to finish the M.F.A. program. Classes begin fall 2012.

Deadline for applications: March 1st.

Santa Monica Artist Fellowship

The City of Santa Monica Cultural Affairs Division
is pleased to announce the third year of the Santa Monica Artist Fellowship program. Five annual fellowships are available to Santa Monica-based artists to nourish and stimulate the creation of new work, acknowledge our community's regard for creativity and innovation, and recognize excellence.
Three 2012 Project Fellowships of $3,000 each are now available by application. Santa Monica-based artists seeking funding for study, individual exploration, in-depth exchange or creative opportunities related to the development or presentation of new work may apply. For updated guidelines and an application, visit the Fellowship page on the website.

Two Fellowships of $20,000 will also be awarded to Santa Monica artists via a nominations process.

Deadline for applications: 5:00 pm, January 30, 2012.
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