Apply to Fi2W’s Food Journalism Workshop in Detroit, MI

2017 Food Workshop participants Sarahlynn Pablo and Yewande Komolafe. Photo: Rachael Bongiorno

Feet in 2 Worlds is hosting a one-day food journalism workshop designed to help journalists, journalism students and culinary professionals improve their skills telling stories about food from immigrant communities.  

Immersive and intensive, the workshop will focus on developing your narrative journalism skills and help you make valuable professional connections. At the end of the day, participants will pitch their story ideas to a panel of editors from prominent national and local media outlets.

Fi2W’s technical director and senior producer Jocelyn Gonzales teaching audio editing at the 2017 Food Journalism workshop. Photo: Rachael Bongiorno

When: Thursday, June 14, 2018

Where: The workshop will be held at the Allied Media Conference in Detroit. Workshop fees are included in the conference registration but participants need to register for the workshop with us prior to the conference.

Who should apply? Journalists who cover immigrant communities, culinary professionals and journalism students interested in telling stories about the diversity of food found in America today.

Space is limited.   

Click here to apply today.

 

Deadline extended to May 4, 2018.

The Fi2W workshop gave me practical advice on scripting, recording, editing as well as thought and consideration of big-picture approaches to my work as an audio storyteller. It lit a fire under me to get out in the field and start pitching stories again after a bout of inactivity. [It was] just the burst of confidence I needed to put myself out there and chase down the stories I care about. – Mia Warren, 2017 Food Journalism Workshop Participant 

Participants from Detroit are especially encouraged to apply.

For more information email: contact@feetin2worlds.org

Funding for the workshop comes from The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation,  Allied Media Projects, The International Association of Culinary Professionals’ Foundation, The Culinary Trust, and its Growing Leaders Food Writing program. The Food Writing Program is funded with the support of the Boston Foundation. 

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