Schedules and application periods are administered by the studios and are subject to change. The goal is to bridge the gap for those talented directors attempting to break into network television. Must be a DGA member to participate.
The Los Angeles-based program affords selected participants the opportunity to shadow veteran episodic directors. The Fox Global Directors Initiative FDIestablished in Julywill bring 20 selected participants to Fox Studios in Los Angeles, CA to take part in a four-to-six week directors lab, where they will attend interactive lab sessions with showrunners, directors, and creative executives from various Fox productions.
Out of the 20 participants, five will then be invited to become FDI Fellows and will receive a mentor within the Fox organization, a fellowship stipend, a grant to develop and direct a three to five minute short, and the opportunity to be considered for a deal with a Fox entertainment business. FDI is by nomination only. Nominations can be made by agencies, management companies, and a select number of organizations.
HBOAccess is a program that provides project development, mentorship, and master classes to diverse directors. At the end of the four-week session, filmmakers will be given a budget to create short form content for HBO to be shot in late summer. The program is i ntended for female and ethnically diverse talent with at least one directing credit and will help feed the pipeline for new talent behind the camera on alternative series both on NBC as well as shows produced by Universal Television Alternative Studio.
The five directors chosen for the program will shadow a seasoned director over several weeks, including prep, production and post. The submission deadline for this year's program is Friday, June 29, While in the program, directors are assigned to shadow up to three episodes of one or more NBCU scripted show from production prep to post.
The director is responsible for working alongside the show's director s in every aspect of a director's responsibilities. The SPT Diverse Directors Program, established in Maywill bring 20 semi-finalists to the Sony Lot in Culver City, CA to take part in an intensive episodic directing workshop and attend networking events with industry professionals.
Three finalists will then be invited to shadow episodic directors on various series and will be provided a weekly stipend when actively shadowing.
Participants may be invited back to direct an episode of a scripted SPT series the following season. The ViewFinder: Emerging Directors Program is a Viacom-wide initiative which seeks to provide directors with underrepresented voices an opportunity to enhance their skill set and grow their network. Program participants will shadow established directors on scripted and non-scripted programming across all Viacom brands and platforms.
The submission deadline for this year's program is June 15, Semi-finalists will be notified at the beginning of August and the finalists will be notified at the end of August. The Warner Bros. Launched inthe workshop aims to prepare directors from other disciplines — feature films, music video, commercials — for the transition to episodic TV.Every other year Clubbed Thumb invites playwrights to propose plays inspired by a particular prompt.
The application is open to all, and read blind. Read the prompt HERE — proposals will be due on the first day of summer. We are so deeply proud of the work everyone has done on this production, and glad that we were able to share it with so many over the last few weeks.
Thank you to everyone who made it possible. Our hit production from Summerworks returns for four weeks at the Connelly Theater — February 17 — March 21, When we first produced this play, in the summer ofthe question of whether a hopeless citizenry could overcome their despair and band together to fight their oppressor felt like a metaphor, a general moral query about, you know, being a better person. After three long years, we have a very different understanding of the need for communities to come together to resist.
We have always loved Tumacho for its invitation to virtuosic comic performance, and for the slyness of its critique. Now it feels like a joyful way to gird our loins for the coming fight.
Vivian won our open-application commission with the proposal for this play — and we are excited to be working on and sharing it with you this week.
RSVP to natalie clubbedthumb. A kaleidoscopic imagining of the book of Job seen through the eyes of his nameless wife and the denizens of their suburban cul-de-sac. We are very excited to let you know that our production from Summerworks will return inas a co-production with our friends at The Play Company. Lunch Bunch was born of a long, rich collaboration with Sarah, Tara and its other artists. It is very close to our hearts—and one of the most popular shows ever featured in Summerworks.
Join us! Idalia Navas and her staff spin into a mild existential crisis. Nominated and mentored by members of our mid-career alumni community, these eight writers will meet over the course of the year to develop their work, culminating in presentations during Summerworks.
Read more about the playwrights and the program HERE. Thank you to everyone who applied for the next round of our Fellowship. We will take the coming months to read applications and continue to review work, followed by a small number of interviews. We hope to have responded to everyone who applied by June.
If you have any questions, please contact us at info clubbedthumb. Fellows develop new 30 to 40 minute plays by commissioned Clubbed Thumb playwrights over the course of a semester with Playwrights Horizons Theater School student and alumni performers, in barebones, classroom settings. Then, in January, they build on this work with workshop productions of the same plays with professional actors, presented for industry audiences at Winterworks.
Fellows are paid stipends for both portions of the fellowship, and over the course of the program have regular meetings with mentors and Clubbed Thumb staff.The Drama League is a dedicated advocate for increased diversity and for the inclusion of artists of color and of disability in all our programs. To this end, the Drama League actively encourages and seeks applications from directors of all communities, especially those that have traditionally been denied equitable opportunities.
The Drama League does not and shall not discriminate, and will take affirmative actions to ensure against discrimination, on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
These activities include, but are not limited to, the selection of fellowship and residency artists; selection of staff, artists, partners, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors and clients; and provision of services. Learning from the artists Graduate school helped me become an artist, but the Drama League Fellowship helped me become a professional.
Fellows will attend performances, participate in seminars and workshops with prominent industry professionals, and participate in discussions designed to prepare you for the demands and expectations of the field. Taxes will be deducted from the stipend in accordance with federal, state and local law. Red Bull and Drama League staff will provide mentorship to the selected director in their reading and research process.
The Fellowship will culminate by directing a high-profile, Red Bull-produced Revelation Reading of their own. Ghost Light. Gratitude Awards. Connect with us.The Apprenticeship Program is a paid training program for early-career arts administrators and theatre production practitioners.
Participants are given practical learning experiences and independent and collective projects, all while working as a part of a team with Steppenwolf's staff. Apprentices also participate in monthly day long seminars focused around professional development, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, and career advancement.
Not what you're looking for? Go backor check out our Summer Internships or Fellowships. We have not traditionally been able to make an Apprenticeship work alongside a full-time college course load. Benefits : Eligibility for Steppenwolf's part-time dental plan, paid sick time, vision insurance and a pre-tax Chicago Transit Authority card.
Perks : Professional Development, networking opportunities, free tickets to Steppenwolf productions, and more. Apply Now. Apprenticeship and Fellowship applications are due by Sunday, March 8, Apprenticeship applicants may apply for up to two departments.
Candidates applying to two departments must fill out a separate application for each. Note: Please have all documents ready before starting the application. You will not be able to save and return to your application once you begin. For more information on the specific application requirements for your apprenticeship of choice, please visit that departments page listed above.
Join the Steppenwolf Email List. Bridge the gap between training and a professional career The Apprenticeship Program is a paid training program for early-career arts administrators and theatre production practitioners. In special circumstances, these dates can be flexible depending on the needs of the candidate and hiring department. All apprenticeship applications require a cover letter, resume, and two letters of recommendation.Berkeley Repertory Theatre offers an Click here to see a few of the artists and theatre professionals with whom past fellows have worked.
While at Berkeley Rep, fellows are encouraged to fulfill as many career-building goals and objectives as possible, gaining both practical experience and professional contacts through the program. Berkeley Rep seeks applicants who have already acquired basic training and experience in their field and are ready for the next step toward a career in professional theatre. Ideal candidates should be willing to engage in the creative process, eager to test the limits of their own ingenuity, and ready to join a professional, artistic community.
Our goal is to help our fellows transition successfully from life as a college or university student into the world of theatre professionals.
The fellowship program requires an Fellows generally begin on July 15 and conclude on June They are given a monthly allowance to help cover expenses, including transportation, and housing is available for all 15 fellows.
For their participation in the fellowship program, fellows receive credit from San Jose State University. Please note: If the fellowship involves driving, the applicant must have an acceptable driving record as approved by our insurance representatives.
All fellowships are contingent upon passing a criminal background check. January 21, Applications for —21 fellowships available online. This fellowship provides a chance to assist the directors of our productions throughout the season and to observe the inner workings of an artistic department at a major regional theatre.
This includes the opportunity to attend and organize auditions, observe rehearsals, evaluate scripts, participate in artistic staff meetings, and discuss season planning. Ideal candidates will have experience and commitment to the art of directing, will be self-motivated, organized, and personable, and will thrive in a project-based learning environment. This fellowship focuses on the basics of artist hospitality, including arranging artist travel to and from Berkeley as well as their accommodations while here.
The fellow will develop skills in event planning by assisting with company-wide events and learn about general theatre management while assisting with contracts, the preparation and maintenance of budgets, and other administrative projects as required throughout the season.
Ideal candidates will have a high degree of personal organization, strong interpersonal skills, discretion, facility with Excel, and a willingness to roll with the punches. This fellowship focuses on in-depth knowledge of fundraising, which is essential to anyone considering a future leadership role in arts administration. The fellow is directly supervised by the Associate Director of Development throughout the season and mentored by the full development staff in all aspects of fundraising, including event management; grant-writing; working with volunteers; soliciting individual, corporate, and foundation gifts; and cultivating and stewarding donor relationships.
This fellowship provides an opportunity for an individual to learn the inner workings of a multi-faceted theatre education program. The fellow will learn the full range of skills necessary for success in an arts education career through participating in mentored projects focusing on programming, training, community engagement, advocacy, marketing, and evaluation. Ideal candidates will have a primary interest in the programming and administration side of arts education programs and some experience teaching or working with young people.
Theatre experience is not required to be considered for this position. The design fellow is mentored by the Art Director on the process of designing marketing materials such as print and web advertisements, magazines, direct mail packages, brochures, invitations, emails, signage, and more.
The fellow will hone their design skills and learn how to take a multitude of projects from concept through production, gaining practical design experience in a fast-paced environment, learning marketing best practices, and participating in the workings of a high-energy team. By the end of the fellowship, the fellow will have created several high-quality portfolio pieces and be well-trained for a full-time job in design.
Ideal candidates have experience in graphics and layout programs Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustratoran understanding of fundamental design principles, and a desire to use your design powers for good.Looking for a unique summer opportunity to further your career? These paid summer fellowships take place in the United States and Europe and cover disciplines including social justice, engineering, media, public policy, and education!
Many have January deadlines, so be sure to bookmark your favorites to your ProFellow account and get started on applications now! The Urban Leaders Fellowship is a 7 week paid summer fellowship for early- to mid-career professionals who are already leaders in their own right and are looking to accelerate their leadership through fellowship with a focus on policy and practice. Fellows work half-time on high-level policy projects with an elected official and half-time alongside partner organizations in cities across the country.
Check out our interview with Greg Lawson for an inside look at the fellowship experience. Fellows work for 10 weeks during the summer as reporters, researchers, and production assistants in mass media organizations nationwide. As part of their job, the student-scientists and their host-journalists strive to make science news easy for the public to understand.
Applicants must be enrolled as university students or have completed a degree in the natural, physical, health, engineering, computer, or social sciences or mathematics in order to apply.
Apply by January 1, The HIA Fellowship programs bring together international groups of college students and recent graduates to explore national histories of discrimination and resistance, as well as examples of issues affecting different minority groups today.
This 4-week summer fellowship in Europe is highly interdisciplinary, and features daily lectures and discussions with renowned academics, journalists, and activists. Eligible applicants are students and recent graduates including international students of universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine and the United States. HIA covers the costs of participation and accommodation.
Deadlines vary by country. Apply by January 5, Earthwatch Institute offers fully-funded Earthwatch Expeditions for educators. Educators in the U. Fellows have the opportunity to spend weeks on an Earthwatch Expedition alongside other teachers and develop their skills and understanding around environmental concerns. Expeditions take place in the US, Canada, Ecuador and more. Apply by January 10, All Hertog Foundations programs take place in Washington, D.
Each comes with housing and funds to offset living and travel costs. There are 4 different types of fellowships available. Intensive weekend programs allow young professionals to dive into pressing policy issues with leading experts and thinkers. In the 7-week Political Studies Program, fellows study classic texts in political thought and some of the seminal documents of American politics.
Over the 2-week War Studies Program, students will learn from and interact with distinguished senior leaders in the national security and military communities, including retired generals and leading intellectuals. Summer courses are one- to two-week seminars for students to create their own individualized course of study. Apply by January 14 for early decision or the general deadline, February This summer fellowship is an opportunity for international and U. Fellows receive hands-on training in team-building, public speaking, negotiation, mediation and working together to solve international problems.
Leadership training includes meeting with political and business leaders to learn real world skills and how to implement these skills at home after the program.
The Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows Program is a highly selective six-week summer institute for rising college juniors. It offers a dynamic and stimulating leadership curriculum that encourages students to examine their personal strengths, identify areas for growth, and ultimately take action as a leader. Apply by January 31, The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship SURF is a fully funded, eight-week summer residential program that brings approximately 20 talented, motivated, and bright undergraduate students from across the U.
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