Events on Thursday, November 7, 2013
WCVB - TV (ABC) Boston - Information Session
Nov720131:00 pm - 2:00 pm216 Tremont
6th Floor, Career Services Conference Room
This event is not open to the public.
Sponsored by Career Services
WCVB-TV is owned by Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc., which is headquartered in New York City. Hearst-Argyle owns and/or manages a total of 28 network-affiliated television stations reaching about 17.5% of U.S. TV households.
If you are interested in interning at a television station next semester or next year, this session is a great opportunity to gain more information! WCVB offers a variety of internships across multiple areas such as journalism, public relations, marketing, production, and technical fields.
NaNoWriMo Write-In at the Iwasaki Library
Nov720132:00 pm - 6:00 pmWalker Building
Iwsaki Library - Room 312
This event is not open to the public.
Sponsored by Library
Want to write a novel? In a month? Come to the Library on Thursdays in November to work on your book. We have space to write, tea to fuel you, and writing guides and Librarians to help you research your project. Follow us on Twitter @EmersonLibrary for more events.
NEXTtalk with Fran Kelly, Vice Chairman of Arnold Worldwide
Nov720134:00 pm - 5:15 pmLittle Building
Charles Beard Room
Sponsored by Graduate Student Association with emersonNEXT
Join Fran Kelly, vice chairman of Arnold Worldwide and Ad Club certified "Legend of Advertising", during this NEXTtalk. Co-hosted by graduate students in the GMCA and IMC programs, this dynamic hour will provide insight on some of Arnold's most famous advertising campaigns, the latest industry trends, and the future of marketing.
Due to limited seating, registration is required at http://emersonnext.eventbrite.com/. Students, alumni, staff, faculty, and friends of the Emerson community are invited to attend.
The Digital And The Analog Of Peter Sampieri
Nov720137:00 pm - 9:00 pmMax Mutchnick Campus Center
Sponsored by Communications & Marketing
For more information please contact:
Maria_Oliver [at] emerson.edu (Maria Oliver)617-824-8491
Come enjoy a staged reading of a new work. Join unreliable narrator Peter Sampieri in this monologue-within-a-monologue that examines the role of truth in storytelling. See how one man's fascination with ethical consumerism unravels into an absurd obsession (in under one hour) as he tries to answer the question "Can we live morally while living in the first world?"
Peter Sampieri is a professional stage director, writer, and professor. His professional directing credits include (Off-Broadway/NYC) the world premiere of On The Line at the Cherry Lane Theatre, The SisterWall at Barrow St. Theatre, and The Three Same Guys at The Public. Regional Theatre credits include: Wit, A Christmas Carol, and The Taming of The Shrew at Trinity Rep, and the world premiere of Yemaya's Belly at Portland Stage Company. He also directed Red Noses, Crime and Punishment, The Pillowman, and the world premiere of Radio Free Emerson (which received an Elliot Norton Award in 2008 for Outstanding New Play). Kafka in Tel Aviv, which he wrote and directed recently had its world premiere.
He has taught and directed at New York University, Brown University, Huntington Theatre Company, New England Conservatory of Music, and Providence College. He is an Assistant Professor in the Theatre and Speech Communications Department at Salem State University. He has a Master of Fine Arts in Directing from the Trinity Rep Conservatory.
Bright Lights: I am- Trans People Speak with Jesse Begenyi ('10)
Nov720137:00 pm - 9:00 pmParamount Center
Bright Family Screening Room
Sponsored by Department of Visual and Media Arts with Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition; the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and GLBTQ Resources
View the video project I AM: Trans People Speak, and stay for a discussion afterward. These short vignettes feature the voices of transgender individuals talking about the struggles and strengths that come from their trans identity. This project raises awareness about the diversity that exists within transgender communities. Following the screening, the subjects of the videos will join the audience for a panel discussion about what it was like to participate in the project, share their stories nationally, and how things have changed since the video was released. The event is part of Emerson's The Authentic Me: Transgender Awareness Week.