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Communicating about today's culture—whether online, on-air or in magazines and newspapers—requires advanced skills in digital technology, writing, and multimedia storytelling. The professional arts journalist also needs in-depth knowledge in a variety of areas: music, theater, film, visual arts, television, popular culture, fashion, architecture, and design.

Traditionally, arts journalists have started out either as artists who learned to write or as writers who became passionately interested in writing about an art form. The Goldring Arts Journalism program offers a uniquely flexible combination of courses designed to meet the educational objectives of each student while also providing training in multimedia communications.

"Without the Goldring Arts Journalism Program, I wouldn't have my dream job doing what I love for a living."
-Nigel M. Smith 10News Editor, Movies - People Magazine

Develop unique expertise

Through its core courses, the Goldring program offers specific training in communication about the arts as well as opportunities for cross-disciplinary arts learning. Knowledge of multiple art forms has become increasingly important for arts journalists and makes you a more valuable asset in the competitive environment of today's digital newsrooms.

Craft your own curriculum

Working closely with two advisers, the program director and a faculty member specializing in a key area of arts and culture, you identify your educational goals and shape your own unique curriculum of journalism and arts courses.

Goldring's dedicated career development coordinator works closely with the Newhouse Career Development Center to help you make important career connections that lead to employment. You will also benefit from the mentoring and expertise of members of the Goldring Arts Journalism Advisory Board, as well as the Newhouse School's extensive network of successful alumni working in the media field.

Program taught in:
  • English

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58,748 USD
Billable Expenses (Tuition, Advance Deposit, Technology Fee, Health and Wellness Fee, Health Insurance, Activity Fee) : 58,748 USD. Average Indirect Expenses (Books/Supplies, Parking/Transportation, Housing & Utilities): 11,850 USD.
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