POST GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
Explore performance and performance-making in a creative community embedded within an award winning public charter school.
INNOVATIVE ARTS ENVIRONMENT
Join a distinguished academic faculty in a fully integrated performing arts teaching program serving grades TK through 12 - small group, multi-age, team taught, inquiry based.
WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR
Individuals demonstrating active leadership and innovation capacity in their field of study may apply to join the RenArts staff as Fellows. Fellowship priority is focused on areas of active research for RenArts programs.
The Post Graduate Fellowship Program has grown out of the desire of RenArts’ administration to reach beyond traditional conceptions of ‘school community’ in order to foster ongoing creative and intellectual ties between RenArts’ students, families, faculty, graduates, and the wider artistic and academic communities.
Through this program we are able to expand the artistic and academic community available to RenArts students and faculty. By working in conjunction with RenArts’ professional in-house Music and Dance Ensembles (currently in development stages), the program provides RenArts students the opportunity to study alongside and apprentice a more complete spectrum of training and performance models, ranging from beginning to intermediate to advanced to pre-professional to professional levels of technical and artistic expertise.
FELLOWS BENEFIT FROM
Working as active members of an extended learning community, accessing unique opportunities for reflection on their own growth and development as artists and intellectuals.
Accessing opportunities to conduct research and design innovative programs.
Engaging in real-life exploration and sharing of their developing artistic and intellectual skills.
The opportunity to build employment history, over time, in a stable and high-level work environment.
The opportunity to work with RenArts’ faculty in assessing and fine-tuning the unique curricular approaches through shared consideration of how real-world application of work habits and skills developed at RenArts benefits students in post-secondary, post graduate contexts.
RECENT FELLOWS INCLUDE
Lindsey Lollie (CalArts, BFA Dance)
Mollie Wolf (University of Colorado, Boulder, BFA Dance)
Guadalupe Rodriguez (UC Riverside, BA Dance, BA Anthropology)
Jarrett Threadgill (Cleveland Institute of Music)
Becky Duvall (Indiana University Jacobs School of Music)
Kyle Gilner (USC Thornton)
Maria Myrick (San Francisco Conservatory of Music)
Kevin Hartnett (Indiana University Jacobs School of Music)
Emily Candaux (Indiana University Jacobs School of Music)
Cameron Howe (Indiana University Jacobs School of Music)
Jessica Livermore (CSU Long Beach, Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo)
Christian Crandle (CSU Dominguez Hills, BA Music Education)
Ryan Beauchamp (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ABD Viola Performance)
Jaci Casillas (UC Santa Barbara, BS Physics)
George Malek (Pennsylvania State University, BS Physics)
Lukas Winklerprins (Brown, BS Applied Mathematics)
Olivia Salas (Oberlin, BA Neuroscience, BM Double Bass)
Frank Sosa (Reed, BA Psychology)
Zach Stokell (UC Santa Barbara, BA Communications)
Daniella Lollie (USC, BA Literature)
Jamar Morris (CSU Northridge, BA English)
Joseph Kraft (University of British Columbia, BA Philosophy)
Melissa Quintanilla (CSU Northridge, BA Psychology)
Taylor Lopez-Valdez (Lewis & Clark, BA Classics)
Fellowship opportunities include volunteer as well as paid positions (including benefits) which allows for fellows to grow as artists and intellectuals while pursuing community arts engagement.
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