Students and alumni gained job hunting, networking, and brand-building tips from representatives of BLT Recruiting on June 25 during the first-ever recruitment event at Emerson Los Angeles.
Greta Spoering is excited to have finished her first academic year working at Emerson College, where she is one of two advocates with Emerson’s Violence Prevention and Response, a confidential resource on campus.
The number of Emerson faculty members who participated in the annual inclusive pedagogy workshop, called the Inclusive Excellence Faculty Fellows Program, increased significantly this year.
Actress and comedian Jennifer Coolidge ’85 plays the lead role in Saving Kitty, a play by Marisa Smith, showing through August 2 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Alumnus Norman Lear's OpEd in the New York Times addresses changes in PBS programming that could "devastate independent documentary filmmaking."
Successful Hollywood writer and Emerson alumnus Richard LaGravanese is featured in a two-part interview with the Santa Monica Mirror.
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.
ELA is now offering Understanding Film, TV, and Digital Content Distribution—a free public lecture at ELA. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of content distribution and learn how digital options have created new opportunities that will shape the future of how we consume film and television.
ELA is now offering: How to Write a Killer 10 First Pages—a free public lecture at ELA. Attendees can break into screenwriting and capture the attention of your reader in the first 10 pages of your screenplay during a lecture from an award-winning screenwriter.