Michael Thorpe went from creating on the basketball court to inventing with a sewing machine.
A Space for Grief and Reflection, acknowledged losses and complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Do you like scary movies?
Developed within historically marginalized deaf communities, Black ASL is a vibrant dialect that uniquely uses space, hand gesture, directional movement, and facial expressions.
Members of the Emerson community came together this week to condemn and mourn the March 16 murder of eight people in Atlanta, including six Asian women, as well as violence across the country and the world.
Her books spin tales of love and lust aboard pirate ships, in coastal Maine towns, and in an enchanted mountain lair.
This year, business leaders across industries shared what it means to emphasize integrity and empathy over conflict.
A panel of Emerson artists gathered last week as part of the 2021 Teach-In on Race to talk about how creatives are finding their place through the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and white supremacy
As digital media manager at New England Public Media (NEPM), Rachel Scott, MA ’20 is in charge of capturing audiences, getting them engaged, and keeping them loyal to her station. It’s a big job in a competitive media environment, but Scott came prepared.
The Emerson Prison Initiative changes lives.