Bourgeon's 4th Annual DC Student Arts Journalism Competition identifies and supports talented young arts journalists. The competition is now OPEN to undergraduate students in DC area colleges and universities.
There is no fee to enter the competition. Submissions must be received by APRIL 30 in pdf or doc format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only one submission per entrant will be accepted.
Competition FAQ's at: http://bourgeononline.com/arts-journalism-challenge-faqs/
Five finalists, selected by the Bourgeon Editorial board, will have their work published in the magazine. A panel of professional critics will select a winner from the finalists. The award includes a $150 cash prize.
In the first two years the jury has included: Michael O’Sullivan (Washington Post), Anne Midgette (Washington Post), Leonard Jacobs (Clyde Fitch Report, Backstage), Amanda Abrams (Washington City Paper), Robert Bettmann (Bourgeon), Elizabeth Grazioli (ArtSeeDC), and Lewis Segal (Los Angeles Times).
More information: http://bourgeononline.com/student-arts-journalism-challenge/
The Arts Journalism Challenge is a project of DAY EIGHT.