A photo gallery of Vision of Television: Early Experimental Artists’ TV Broadcasts at Emerson Urban Arts: Media Art Gallery.
Two Emerson College alumni celebrated Halloween this year by screening their bone-chilling horror films at the Witch City Horror Film Festival in the haunting town of Salem, Massachusetts.
Tribal dances and songs, a review of historical and current events, and a fall harvest meal, were all part of a Native American Cultures Celebration held at the Bill Bordy Theater on Friday, November 16.
Leave No Trace, produced by Senior Distinguished Producer-in-Residence Linda Reisman, was nominated for three 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Feature.
A script that Jasraj Padhye, MFA ’18, originally wrote for Visual and Media Arts (VMA) Associate Professor Marc Fields’ class became not only his graduate thesis film, but also the winner of an audience award at the International Student Film & Video Festival in Beijing last month.
Emerson alumni seeking work in non-scripted entertainment connected with employers representing seven different companies at the second annual Emerson alumni career fair earlier this month at Emerson College Los Angeles.
Porsha Olayiwola is a first-year MFA in Creative Writing student studying poetry. Her project, entitled, Black & Ugly As Ever, is a choreopoem that explores “what it means to truly make space for oneself.”
As midterm election results poured in last Tuesday night, so did affirmation for Emerson College Polling. The student-staffed organization achieved statistical accuracy on every race polled during the 2018 election.
Emerson Urban Arts: Media Art Gallery will take a look at the development of broadcast television as an artistic medium from the 1950s to the late 1970s in its latest exhibit, Vision of Television: Early Experimental Artists’ TV Broadcasts, opening Thursday, November 15.
Darrin Butters, who worked as an animator on Disney blockbusters Tangled, Frozen, and Zootopia, gave students an inside look at the soon-to-be-released Ralph Breaks the Internet Wednesday, November 7, in the Bill Bordy Theater.