This week, ArtsEmerson welcomes back Manual Cinema with The End of TV, as we witness a friendship unfold between two women.
Golden Globe winner Krista Vernoff, showrunner at Grey’s Anatomy, shared writing tips and insight into the industry with students in the low-residency MFA in Writing for Film and Television program at Emerson College Los Angeles on January 8-9.
Emerson’s 37th Annual EVVY Awards, the largest student-run multi-camera awards show in the country, was nominated for a 39th Annual College Television Award by the Television Academy Foundation.
For 10 days during winter intercession Communication Studies affiliated faculty member Mark Brodie has straddled the Mexican-U.S. border in Tijuana, experiencing both sides.
Hollywood economics, religion and secularism in contemporary societies, and the Cape Verdean immigrant community in Providence, are some of the new topic courses being offered this spring semester – and there’s still time to enroll.
There are no physical, written or oral tests to be Griff, Emerson College’s mascot lion. You just need a desire to jump around, entertain and have fun with the crowd.
Yes, we all know it’s sunny. And warm. There is a crazy amount of traffic. But what else do Emersonians wished they had known before they attended Emerson Los Angeles?
The first full semester for Emerson College’s new dining services company, Bon Appetit, featured sweet successes with a focus on offering varied meals and locally grown produce.
Writing, Literature and Publishing MFA student Porsha Olayiwola has been named Boston’s next Poet Laureate, WBUR is reporting.
Despite increased media coverage of police brutality, there is a lack of empirical research on its mental health effects. Helping to change all that is Communication Studies faculty member Deion Hawkins.