Department of Visual & Media Arts

Department of Visual & Media Arts News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news in the Department of Visual & Media Arts. For the latest College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

  • Highly festive Move-In Day at Emerson

    Beyoncé is blaring and college students are dressed in tutus, leis, mouse ears, bullhorns, and suspenders as far as the eye can see. It can mean only one thing: Move-In Day at Emerson College is here.

  • NESN airs students' Fenway documentary

    Four Emerson students produced Brick by Brick: Stories of Fenway Park, which is airing on NESN.

  • Freeman Q&A on animation and motion media

    In an online interview with Animation Career Review, Visual and Media Arts Professor John Craig Freeman talks about the College's integrated approach to teaching Animation and Motion Media.

  • Emerson named a top film school by Hollywood Reporter

    Emerson College’s Department of Visual and Media Arts has been named one of the world's 25 best film schools by the Hollywood Reporter.

  • Game Lab launches online journal

    Two graduate students in the Engagement Game Lab have launched an online journal called Level 257, which explores games and play through scholarly essays, documentaries, and traditional video games.

  • EIV news special examines food habits

    Emerson Independent Video (EIV) will broadcast a news magazine special April 1 that analyzes how Bostonians make decisions about the food they eat.

  • Student speaks at cerebral palsy event

    Alexander Freeman ’14 was a featured speaker recently at the Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State (CP of NYS) Annual Conference in Saratoga Springs, New York.

  • Salzburg Academy open to Emerson students

    The Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change, held this summer in Austria, is seeking accepting applications from Emerson students.

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Visual & Media Arts Associate Professor Diane Lake has written screenplays for Columbia, Disney, Miramax, Paramount, and many independent producers.