Skye Optican ’13, co-head of Annapurna Theatre, had a great night Sunday, June 12, at the Tony Awards.
The Peabodys “shine a light on the Stories That Matter and are a testament to the power of art and reportage in the push for truth, social justice, and equity,”
After more than four years of outstanding leadership as Director of the Business of Creative Enterprises program, School of Communication faculty member Wes Jackson will be leaving Emerson in July for a new position as president of the non-profit arts organization, BRIC Arts & Media in Brooklyn, NY
Meredith Ainbinder, Vice President and General Counsel, will be leaving Emerson later this month to transition to the Chief of Staff role at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts
Stonie joined the Emerson faculty in 1957, while he was earning his MA in Sociology at Boston University, and retired in 2002.
Beginning Monday, June 6, the contractor will be setting up overhead protection and using swing staging to perform the work.
As our community celebrates Pride Month in June, I wanted to send a message of support and inclusiveness, particularly as we prepare to welcome a new class of Emersonians later this summer.
To whatever extent you can extend gentleness to yourself and others today, please do.
The productions are making their way to Boston (or personal devices) from China, Kenya, France, Zimbabwe, and across the United States, and reflect ArtsEmerson’s commitment to uplift marginalized voices
The consultant firm SpencerStuart will lead a newly refined and refocused effort.