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School of the Arts News

  • Sasha Alsberg, Emerson College freshman

    Freshman Book Lover Alsberg Is YouTube Royalty

    With a video camera, some basic lighting equipment, and an Internet connection, Sasha Alsberg ’19 operates the second-largest book-lover site on YouTube— Abookutopia—which boasts more than 200,000 subscribers and almost 15 million views.

  • Kevin Dwyer '13

    Dwyer '13 works on 'Book of Mormon' in Boston

    With a degree in Stage and Production Management from Emerson, Kevin Dwyer ’13, is following his love for the arts on a Broadway national tour. Dwyer is currently working as an Assistant Stage Manger on The Book of Mormon during its current national tour. 

  • Electric Pilgrims

    School of Arts hosting outdoor projection event

    Emerson College has announced that its School of the Arts will host an outdoor video projection event, titled Electric Pilgrims, on the evening of Saturday, October 17 (with a rain date of Sunday, October 18) as part of the 36th annual Fort Point Open Studios event in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood.

  • Emerson seal

    2015 Emmy wins for alumni, parent

    Four Emerson alumni and one parent who work in the entertainment industry won Emmy Awards for their work in television over the past year. There were 25 Emerson community members nominated.

  • Yuri Cataldo

    College welcomes 10 full-time faculty members

    Emerson College welcomes 10 new full-time faculty members for the 2015–2016 academic year as the College continues its commitment to academic excellence in communication and the arts.

  • Kempler, Farquharson

    'Do I Sound Gay?' leads to student, faculty talk

    Do I Sound Gay? was the documentary film screened and discussed at Emerson’s Bright Lights Series in the Paramount Center on September 17.

  • John Bickerstaff '14

    Bickerstaff '14 attending Academy Nicholl Fellowship Awards

    Emerson College Los Angeles graduate John Bickerstaff ’14 will attend the Academy Nicholl Fellowship Awards Ceremony in November after his screenplay made it to the quarterfinals in competition.

  • Dinner For One

    Dinner for One in ITV Festival for comedy pilot

    Several Emerson alumni in the New York City comedy sketch group Dinner For One will have a television comedy pilot, Life Sucks, featured at the 10th annual Independent Television and Film Festival (ITV Fest) in Dover, Vermont, September 24–27.



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