School of the Arts

School of the Arts News


  • Bright Lights 2015-16

    Bright Lights Film Series begins 2015-16 season

    On Tuesday, September 8, Emerson College’s Visual and Media Arts Department kicks off its Bright Lights Series—free film screenings open to the public. This year, the series is using a new rating system to highlight films directed by a woman or person of color; films with a strong female-centric story; social justice films; or comedies.

  • Daniel Beaty

    Students attend Beaty's 'Mr. Joy'

  • Volcovich and Simonetti

    Two VMA students film documentary in Brazil

    Gabriel Volcovich ’16 and Tony Simonetti ’16 traveled to Brazil in August to film a documentary about Jose Moreira, a Boston man who left his native rural Brazilian village two decades ago to become a marathon runner.

  • Spencer Shannon

    Media literacy focus of Salzburg Academy

    Six Emerson students and two faculty members participated in the three-week Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change in Austria this summer.

  • Craig Mathers

    'Academy Fight Song' features Emersonians

    Several Emersonians are involved in the premiere of the play Academy Fight Song, which debuts at the Boston Center for the Arts on Thursday, September 10, including Associate Professor Craig Mathers, who is in a leading role.

  • Kasteel Well 2015 summer group photo

    Clemens '17 wishes Netherlands Castle stay was longer

    Daniel Clemens ’17 spent five weeks in the Netherlands at Emerson’s Kasteel Well this summer and says his only regret was not extending his stay.

  • Lee Pelton

    Pelton reads on the Boston Common

    Taking some time out to enjoy the last days of summer and support an important literacy and arts access program, President Pelton gave a reading at the Boston Common today.

  • Charlie Brewer '17 with Jim Lane

    Brewer '17 sees Prague film opportunities

    A passionate filmmaker, Charlie Brewer ’17 says her study abroad experience in Prague, Czech Republic, this summer has her considering the city as a launching point for her career.

Pages

Boston


emerson college at a glance