The 16th annual Emerson Los Angeles Film & Media Festival drew more than 200 people on Saturday, October 22 with appearances by TV legend Norman Lear '44, AMC Programming President Joel Stillerman '84, and more.
For Communication Studies majors, a semester at ELA provides multiple opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom.
Emerson LA students had the opportunity to sit in on rehearsals for a new musical based on the feud between rival inventors Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. Allen Zipper P'19 co-wrote the musical, which features alumnus Joseph Leo Bwarie ’99.
Emerson College Los Angeles (ELA) won a national award from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Facility Executive reports.
Emerson's Comedic Arts major, which launches this fall, is the focus of a feature New York Times Magazine story.
Emerson Los Angeles’s Virtual Reality (VR) filmmaking course is featured in EdTech as an example of how colleges are giving students opportunities to work in the new medium.
Emerson College Los Angeles's 16th annual Emerson LA Film & Media Festival will take place on Saturday, October 22. The interactive event will feature TV legend Norman Lear, AMC’s Programming President, the creator, executive producer, and showrunner of the hit TV show The Walking Dead, the showrunner of Preacher, directors for music videos from Usher and Metallica, and more!
Emerson College is pleased to announce its first low-residency Master of Fine Arts program in Writing for Film and Television. Beginning in August 2016, the two-year program will offer six-day residencies each semester that alternate between Emerson’s campuses in Boston and Los Angeles. The fully accredited graduate program builds on the College’s long-standing tradition of academic excellence, and is housed in its acclaimed Department of Visual and Media Arts.
BOSTON, MA (June 17, 2015)—Emerson College announced today that starting in September 2016 it will offer a new four-year degree in its School of the Arts: a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Comedic Arts. Grounded in the history and theory of comedy with a concentration of practical experiential learning and a capstone project, the degree will focus on preparing students for careers in comedy performance, writing, and production. Prospective students can apply to major in Comedic Arts at Emerson beginning this fall.