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  • Design concept for Artists for Humanity

    Emerson Students Write, Design Book for Community Partner

    Two Emerson classes spent the spring semester putting together a book that will look back on Artists for Humanity’s first two and a half decades through the eyes of artists, clients, donors, mentors, and others who have played a role in AFH’s history. Interspersed with the interviews will be original artwork made by the young people AFH hires.

  • Spirit of Emerson Awards

    Holland, Zaroff Win Spirit of Emerson Awards

    Jaqi Holland, MA ’04, assistant director of academic support at the Lacerte Family Writing and Academic Resource Center, and Jade Zaroff ’17, creator and producer of the annual Emerson Green Gala, were presented with their awards in the Bordy Theater at the final faculty meeting of the academic year.

  • President Lee Pelton

    Pelton's Leadership in Diversity and Inclusion Recognized

    President Lee Pelton is being honored for his commitment to diversity and inclusion with a Rosoff 20/20 Visionary Award, presented by The Ad Club at a May 2 gala in Boston.

  • food

    Alt Press Course Turns Emerson Students into Advocates

    Associate Professor Roger House's History of Alternative Journalism class did a year-end project on hunger in Boston, which is being compiled and added to the Victory Stride website, a repository of information, discussion, and research on Afro-American social justice history.

  • Paramount Theatre

    New ArtsEmerson Season Will Challenge, Charm

    ArtsEmerson will bring opera, circus, and provocative plays from around the world during its 2016-2017 season lineup, announced this week.

  • Emerson crew poses with Lodz film fest poster

    Film Students Travel to Poland for Film Festival

    From April 13 to 19, Senior Scholar-in-Residence Jim Lane and a small group of Emerson film students visited the Łódź Film School and toured Warsaw, but the focus of the trip was on the Łodzią po Wiśle Film Festival, held in Warsaw and organized by the film school.

  • Areas for Action

    In “Areas for Action,” You’re the Artist and Anything Can Happen

    Next week, Emersonians can close out the semester by throwing bottles of paint and showering themselves in glitter as they participate in improvisational participatory performance art alongside world-renowned experimental artist Oliver Herring.

  • La Vida es Sueno set

    Student Scenic Designer’s Set Gets National Notice

    One of Corey Umlauf's creations, the stage design for La Vida Es Sueño (Life Is a Dream), earned her an honorable mention at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival earlier this month and a gig this summer as an assistant scenic designer at the prestigious National Playwrights Conference (NPC) at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Connecticut.

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Events Calendar

From workshops to lectures, dances to live productions, the Events Calendar features the latest campus happenings. View the calendar »