CJC Fellowship 2016
MILL6 is delighted to partner with Cultural Journalism Campus (CJC) to co-organise MILL6’s first learning program in 2016. Nine talented young journalists and critics were selected as CJC Fellows to participate in the fellowship, coinciding with Art Basel in Hong Kong. During the Art Basel week, the Fellows immersed themselves in the art world as young journalists and critics while taking part in the production of CJC's cultural newspaper Culture Express under the guidance of culture media veterans.
CJC Fellows Emily Chung and Charmaine Ng had a chat with Mariana Hahn and Kwan Sheung Chi on their inspirations. Please click here Pins point to possibilities to read their articles.
About Cultural Journalism Campus
Cultural Journalism Campus (CJC) is an award-winning non-profit educational initiative spearheaded by leading journalist Vivienne Chow, Founding Director of CJC.
Inaugurated in 2014, CJC aims to foster a new generation of talented writers who aspire to become journalists and critics covering the field of culture and the arts. CJC aspires to raise the awareness of writing about the arts by introducing a cultural perspective on our society’s development through a variety of CJC programmes and the annual CJC Fellowship. CJC was awarded Merit in Arts Education by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 2015.
For more information, please visit CJC website.