Emerson in the News

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    ArtsEmerson’s 2016–2017 covered in Boston Globe

    ArtsEmerson has announced its 2016-2017 season. As covered in the Boston Globe, the lineup even includes a summer production.  Presented by returning acrobatic artists from Montreal, Les 7 Doigts, Cuisine & Confessions will show July 12–August 7 at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.

  • Owen Eagan

    IB Times Highlights Eagan Study on Box Office Takes and Reviews

    The IB Times published a study done by Emerson College Executive-in-Residence Owen Eagan that showed that despite the industry focus on opening weekends, films that do better at the box office in the fourth week of release are better received by audiences and critics than films that have giant releases.

  • Elizabeth Fausak

    WGBH Showing Documentary Mixed by Fausak

    Elizabeth Fausak, assistant professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department, was the sound designer and mixer for the documentary, City of Trees, which will be broadcast on most PBS stations, including WGBH World, on Tuesday, April 19, 8:00 pm EST.

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    HowlRound’s role in arts grant featured in Boston Globe

    HowlRound, which serves as an open online platform for artists/theater professionals worldwide and is an initiative alongside ArtsEmerson in the College’s Office of the Arts, has been tapped by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to distribute approximately $855,000 in artistic development funds to playwrights, as part of the foundation’s $5.6 million initiative—the National Playwright Residency Program.

  • Benoit Denizet-Lewis

    Denizet-Lewis Story on Anti-Bias Canvassing in NYT Magazine

    Benoit Denizet-Lewis, assistant professor in the Department of Writing, Literature, and Publishing, wrote a piece for The New York Times Magazine about an organization’s use of canvassing to reduce prejudice against transgender people among Los Angeles residents.

  • Lee Pelton

    Pelton on Boston’s most influential minorities list, Boston Globe

    Emerson President Lee Pelton is named one of Boston’s 100 Most Influential People of Color. Also among those on the list, and included in the front-page story in the Boston Globe’s Business section: Joanne Chang, chef/owner of Flour Bakery; Niraj Shah, cofounder of Wayfair; and Carol Fulp, CEO of The Partnership, Inc.

  • Amy Depaola

    DePaola '15 featured in Metro Boston for her new film

    Amy DePaola, MFA candidate, is featured on the cover of Metro Boston for her new film titled Laila B about a woman who learns to box after an assault.

  • Doug Struck

    Struck on Cuba’s Biodiversity, NPR station WUWM

    Senior Journalist-in-Residence Doug Struck discusses how new relations between the United States and Cuba have environmentalists concerned about how American tourism will affect the Cuban ecosystem.


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