Comedian Bill Burr ’93 packed the house during a free evening of comedy and discussion at Emerson Los Angeles (ELA) on March 3. Students, alumni, and the public were treated to an evening of Burr riffing on topics like making it in stand-up, dealing with success, and the drama in comedy.
Students stuck in the snowier-than-usual Boston winter are California dreamin’ as they look forward to spending the Fall 2015 semester at Emerson College Los Angeles. “This winter has been awful. It will definitely be a warm welcome,” said Elliot Friar ’16, a Marketing Communication major. “There’s tons of opportunity, so, why not go there!?”
Emerson College announced March 3 that alumnus Bill Bordy '58 has provided a $2.5 million gift to Emerson Los Angeles as part of The Future Has Your Name On It! campaign.
Emerson Los Angeles was featured in designboom’s article, “Top 10 Educational Facilities of 2014” for Morphosis Architects’ impressive design.
Emerson College Los Angeles was featured in a recent issue of Architectural Digest, adding to the media attention garnered by architect Thom Mayne’s eye-catching design.
The Hollywood Reporter has ranked Emerson College as the ninth best film school in the country for 2014.
Publisher Bill Bordy ’58 Gives $2.5 Million Gift to Emerson College’s Los Angeles Program BOSTON, MA (March 3, 2015)—Emerson College announced today that alumnus Bill Bordy ’58 has made a $2.5 million gift to Emerson Los Angeles (ELA), the College’s long-standing internship study program, housed in its award-winning building in Hollywood. Bordy’s contribution will support the $20 million dollar fundraising campaign for ELA—The Future Has Your Name on It!—enhancing the LA program and its expansion of innovative academic programming and services for students.
Emerson College Los Angeles invites the public to a free evening of laughs with comedian, writer and actor Bill Burr ’93, star of the Netflix special I’m Sorry You Feel That Way and the upcoming animated series F Is for Family.
Emerson College Los Angeles is offering a free public discussion with Emmy Award–winning director Glenn Weiss on the challenges and opportunities that live television presents for musical productions in today’s media landscape.