Feder was excited to protest in solidarity with the Jewish and immigrant communities.
Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
Penoi (Laguna Pueblo/Cherokee) will begin her work with ArtsEmerson on August 2.
Life created a short documentary about the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, as seen through the eyes of three non-Japanese residents who were there before and after the nation first hosted the world.
Trevor McLean ’22 was on the winning team of this year’s GlobCom, an annual international public relations competition held June 2-5 that asks students to work together with peers around the world to solve a PR problem.
More than two dozen Emersonians were nominated for 2021 Emmy Awards, or were on production teams of nominated series.
Novic’s second novel, True Biz, due out in 2022, is being developed for television with actress Millicent Simmonds signed on to star and EP.
Dr. Anthony Pinder, Vice Provost for Internationalization & Equity, contributed to a recent article debating the question of whether Critical Race Theory should be part of the K-12 curriculum in the United States.
Emerson faculty members Kim McLarin and Natty Justiniano, and alumna Alison Qu ’20, recently were awarded Live Arts Boston (LAB) grants from The Boston Foundation.
ArtsEmerson will feature in-person and virtual shows this season.