USC Thornton Dean Robert Cutietta to advance artist fellowships in Latin America

USC Thornton School of Music Dean Robert A. Cutietta and USC Associate Provost Robin Romans will head to Mexico and Brazil in mid-September to promote the USC International Artist Fellowship, now in its second year, awarded to early career artists to pursue graduate study in one of USC’s preeminent arts schools, including the USC Thornton School of Music. The program is expected to grow to a total of 10 fellows who will stay at USC for two or three years, depending on the graduate arts degree they are pursuing.

For more information about the Dean’s upcoming trip, visit USC News.

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