Bringing a turbulent chapter of Boston’s history to life is 1983 Emerson alumnus Christopher Buck, through his 2018 documentary, Operation Ceasefire, which was presented by the School of Communication inside the Bright Family Screening Room during a public screening and panel discussion last week.
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Please take a few minutes to nominate faculty for our three teaching awards that celebrate dedication, creativity, innovation, and inclusion in the classroom.
Recording artist/producer and media literacy educator Juma Inniss ’13 is producing a group of up-and-coming artists with something to say, and he’s bringing them to Emerson College to debut their work at a Diverse Voices in Communication event, sponsored by the School of Communication.
One of the Grown-ish’s writers this season was Hailey Chavez ’15, and Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Miranda Banks (who had Chavez in two classes) consulted on the show, working with the writers to make the characters’ college experience believable to audiences.
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The Communication Studies Department is once again hosting Oscar Talk, an evening of panel discussions with experts on communication issues that influence the Academy Awards and shape the entertainment industry.
Emersonians and the general public got a glimpse of the gritty, ruthless, and tense lives of American and Canadian fishermen feuding over the lobster-rich 277 square miles of sea known as the “Gray Zone,” an area claimed by both the United States and Canada.
What happens when artificial intelligence and robotics meet art?
Due to inclement weather for Boston and surrounding areas, all classes starting at 2:00 pm and onward will be cancelled, including all evening classes.