EFCF/JEN Jazz Research Fellowship

The first-ever EFCF/JEN Jazz Research Fellowship is intended to provide opportunities for a serious educator/student/music historian (such as senior researchers, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students) to conduct a directed research Project associated with the archival collections at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. The project will be allowed up to two years to final completion or the fellowship money must be refunded in full. In addition, a final presentation of the project will take place at the Smithsonian Institution as well as at the Jazz Education Network (JEN) Conference. A written document/summation (non-exclusively) published through JEN is also required to be completed no later than six months after the final presentation. Deadline: March 31 – follow this link to apply https://jazzednet.org/fellowship

Also – all performance/ clinic/ research application for the 7th Annual JEN Conference, January 6-9 in Louisville, KY are due by March 31 to be considered for programming. Follow this link to apply https://jazzednet.org/conferenceapp

We hope to see many of you at the 7th Annual JEN Conference, January 6-9 in Louisville

Monika Herzig

Dr Monika Herzig
Arts Administration, SPEA 433
Indiana University
Jazz Pianist/ Composer

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Jazz Education Network, Secretary
Let’s connect in Louisville, KY at the 7th Annual JEN Conference, January 6-9, 2016

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