You’re invited!

The Charlotte Arts Journalism Alliance (CAJA) is excited to invite local freelancers and budding writers to our inaugural Charlotte Arts Journalism Conference:  “Covering The Arts.”

If you enjoy the arts — dance, music, visual arts, theater and architecture — and you enjoy writing, this conference is for you!

The Charlotte Arts Journalism Alliance (CAJA) is a collaboration with UNC Charlotte and five major media players: the daily newspaper the Charlotte Observer; WCNC-TV; public radio station WFAE; African American interest website; and online civic and cultural magazine Charlotte Viewpoint.


What:  Charlotte Arts Journalism Conference:  “Covering The Arts”

Who:  The Charlotte Arts Journalism Alliance (CAJA) and UNC Charlotte

For Whom:  Anybody interested in freelancing in Arts Journalism, from true beginners, to seasoned writers, wanting to learn to cover the Arts

When:  Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Where:  UNC Charlotte Center City Building, 320 E. Ninth Street (at Brevard)

Parking:  You must pay to park – see link below for parking options:

Cost:  $35 for the general public and $15 for students

*Includes breakfast scones & coffee, and lunch.

Register:  Register now!


8 Responses to You’re invited!

  1. Mike Shinn says:

    I’m uncertain if I will be able to participate due to my family situation. Is it possible to register the morning of the event? Thanks, Mike

  2. emiene says:

    Hi, what panels or discussions will be offered?

  3. We’d prefer it if you pre-register, as you need to place your lunch order and indicate which sessions you will be attending.

  4. Who are the editors that we will be allowed to pitch? I am trying to decide which idea to pitch.
    Thanks, Tracy.

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