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USC Annenberg: New Building, New Program, New Era

A new era has commenced at USC Annenberg, complete with a new building that Professor Larry Gross called “the perfect instrument for research, for teaching, for scholarship, for journalism that fits the 21st century.” And a big part of that, … Continue reading

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Mediashift highlights Sasha Anawalt for innovative teaching strategy

Professor Sasha Anawalt and the USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program were featured in a recent PBS Mediashift article titled “The J-School Scrum: Bringing Agile Development Into the Classroom.” The piece explained how Anawalt, director of arts journalism programs, uses a … Continue reading

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Professor Anawalt featured in November issue of Art in America

USC Annenberg professor Sasha Anawalt was interviewed for a feature in the November issue of Art in America magazine about the changing field of art criticism and arts journalism. “What’s great about our times is that the playing field in … Continue reading

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LA Stage Times runs a feature on pop-up newsroom Engine 31

By Alex Reed Student Writer LA Stage Times ran a story about Engine 31, a pop-up newsroom created and led by Sasha Anawalt and Douglas McLennan. Engine 31, supported by USC Annenberg and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, is the … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Times features dance show started at USC Annenberg

By Krista Daly Student Writer USC Annenberg showcased The Underground: From the Streets to the Stage last semester as the first street dance performed on stage. The live krump show is in the spotlight once again in an article the … Continue reading

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Anawalt explores new ways to communicate her passion for dance and the arts

Journalism Professor and Director of Arts Journalism Programs Sasha Anawalt and the Music Center Los Angeles celebrated the 100th anniversary of Stravinsky and Nijinsky’s The Rite of Spring this past weekend with performances by The Joffrey Ballet. Anawalt spoke at six events last weekend about the … Continue reading

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Professor Anawalt talks about Kushner’s “Angels in America” with the Los Angeles Times

By Alex Reed Student Writer Sasha Anawalt, associate professor and director of USC Annenberg’s Arts Journalism Programs, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about the 20th anniversary of Tony Kushner’s play, “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program 2012 fellows will collaborate with news organizations to produce journalism for Engine30

Fifteen distinguished arts journalists, web designers and web developers have been selected as fellows for the 2012 USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program. They were chosen from the largest applicant pool in the fellowship’s 11-year history – 257 applicants from across … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg alumna helps bring street dance to the stage for the first time

By Krista Daly Student Writer alumna Jessica Koslow’s exploration of krump for her thesis project last year sparked a relationship that culminated with the first live performance of the street dance phenomenon on a mainstream stage. The Underground: From the … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg seeks journalists, designers and developers for Getty Arts Journalism Fellowship

USC Annenberg announced this week that applications for the 11th annual USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program, which will operate as a 15-member pop-up newsroom in Los Angeles, are now being accepted. The fellowship, which will be held Nov. 8-18, 2012, … Continue reading

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