Emerson College announces several new virtual education and entertainment offerings this spring, as the College continues to transition to online learning and engagement due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
The Elma Lewis Center at Emerson College announces the launch of the Elma Lewis Living Stories Project, “What Miss Elma Lewis Taught Me,”honoring one of Boston’s most important Black female luminaries in the arts, education and civil rights work, Emerson alumna Elma Ina Lewis ’43.
Emerson College’s Visual and Media Arts (VMA) Department kicks off the spring line-up for its Bright Lights Film Series, with more than half the films made by women for the fourth year in a row. All screenings, which are free and open to the public, feature post-film discussions with special guest filmmakers, as well as Emerson faculty and alumni.
Emerson College Launches First-in-Industry Voice Technology Design and Coding Certificate Bootcamp to Begin February 29
Voice@Emerson, Emerson College’s Voice Technology Initiative, is pleased to offer a Voice Technology Design and Coding Certificate Bootcamp, a first in the industry, in collaboration with Stack Education, a Boston-based education company that works with higher education institutions to create innovation economy programming.
Emerson College Presents: Spacetime (x,y,z + t), an Experimental Exhibition of Contemporary Artists Exploring Art in Four Dimensions
Emerson College’s platform for presenting contemporary visual and performance art “Emerson Contemporary” proudly presents Spacetime (x, y, x + t), a multi-dimensional exhibition that features experimental works by regional and international artists Katherine Mitchell DiRico (US), Monika Grzymala (GER), Nicole L’Huillier (CL), Zsuzsanna Szegedi (HUN), and Sarah Trahan (US).
Emerson College Hosts Live Taping of adrienne maree brown and Autumn Brown’s How to Survive the End of the World podcast, featuring Toshi Reagon, creator of Parable of the Sower stage adaptation
Emerson College will host a live taping of the podcast How to Survive the End of the World, a show featuring sister hosts Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown (Emergent Strategy), who will interview composer and performer Toshi Reagon about the subject of climate apocalypse and transformative responses to climate change at a special event at the Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre on Monday, December 2, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Emerson and Marlboro Colleges announced Marlboro’s intent, beginning in the Fall Term 2020, to move its academic programs to Emerson, at which time Marlboro undergraduates may elect to matriculate and Marlboro tenured and tenure-track faculty may choose to teach at Emerson.
On Monday, November 18, the second Emerson College Women in Film & Media Summit, organized by filmmaker and Visual and Media Arts professor and associate chair Cristina Kotz Cornejo, will bring together award-winning women filmmakers working in behind the scenes roles in the film industry to share their experiences and discuss how a new generation of film/media makers can effectively contribute to the changing landscape in media.
Emerson Media Art Gallery presents Future Ancestral Technologies: nágshibi, an exhibition promoting global consciousness through indigenous science fiction
Emerson College’s Media Art Gallery presents Cannupa Hanska Luger’s Future Ancestral Technologies: nágshibi, a multi-media Indigenous-centered science fiction exhibition using creative storytelling to radically reimagine the future and promote a thriving Indigeneity, opening October 17.
Emerson College Presents GlitchKraft: Allison Tanenhaus and Friends, First Exhibit by New Curator in Residence Dr. Leonie Bradbury
Emerson College’s Media Art Gallery presents a new multimedia exhibition of glitch art, the creative practice of interfering with or intentionally altering digital image files for aesthetic purposes, beginning Wednesday, September 18.