Applications now open for Jesse Cox Audio Fellowship
June 12, 2019 · 1.6 minutes to read
Applications are now open for a new annual $20,000 fellowship for an Australian resident to create innovative audio stories in memory of award-winning Australian audio producer Jesse Cox. The Jesse Cox Audio Fellowship say they “are looking for proposals for audio stories that are creative, innovative, ambitious, brave and elevates diverse voices.”
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