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  • Academy-Award-winning production designer visits Emerson College

    Academy Award–winning production designer Brigitte Broch talked to Emerson students this week about what goes into production design and her experience with big-name directors.

  • Deadliest Catch editor, audio recorder describe challenges

    Staff from Discovery Channel’s Emmy Award-winning show Deadliest Catch spoke to students and faculty on Thursday about the work that goes into reality TV and what it takes to break into the competitive TV industry.

  • Emersonians honored by Caucus

    Emerson Trustee, executive-artist-in-residence, and alumnus Kevin Bright ’76 and recent graduate Matthew Hashiguchi (MFA ’11) were among those honored at the 29th Annual Caucus for Producers, Writers, and Directors Awards Dinner in Beverly Hills Sunday night.

  • Matt Finn

    Faculty services coordinator is a local theater personality

    Matthew Finn is a man of many talents. Not only is he the “go to” person for faculty administrative issues at Emerson, but he also loves performing arts and is very active in the local theater community.

  • Magda Romanska

    Romanska wins 2011 Aquila Polonica Prize

    Performing Arts Assistant Professor Magda Romanska recently won the 2011 Aquila Polonica Prize for her 2009 Theatre Survey article “Between History and Memory: Auschwitz in Akropolis, Akropolis in Auschwitz.”

  • Regge Life

    VMA filmmaker examines Haiti in earthquake aftermath

    Theodore “Regge” Life, an independent producer and director of award-winning documentaries about peoples’ cultural experiences in countries such as Japan and Africa, is Emerson’s newest distinguished director-in-residence in Visual and Media Arts.

  • Boston school desegregation crisis revisited

    How to most effectively desegregate public schools was the topic of conversation last week at a discussion on “Busing in Boston and its Aftermath.”

  • Ahmed Benchemsi

    Journalist works to illuminate Moroccan world

    Moroccan journalist Ahmed Benchemsi spoke to Emerson students recently about the controversial journalistic decisions he has made and the misconceptions he said that many Americans have about the Arab world. 

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