Julie Wyman Receives Fellowships, Awards and Honors
Associate Professor Julie Wyman has recently received a number of honors over the summer. She is among the recipients of the 2022 American Stories Documentary Fellowships presented by CNN Films and Points North Institute for her Untitled Dwarfism Project. The fellows each receive a grant to support production or post-production costs.
Wyman was also selected as a fellow in the Logan Nonfiction Program at the Carey Institute for Global Good’s campus in upstate New York. The program’s mission is to empower writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists and multimedia creators to complete the nonfiction that changes our world. The fellows reveal inequality, illuminate untold truths and investigate the pressing issues through long-form narrative.
The National Endowment for the Arts awarded Grace Wang and Wyman a grant for their short film Instrumental: The Elayne Jones Story.
This summer Wyman was a Princess Grace Foundation-USA Works-in-Progress Resident Artist at Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York.
In addition, Wyman’s Untitled Dwarfism Project was selected for the Sundance Producer’s Lab in Utah.