Events for September 26, 2019
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National Broadcasting Society is now accepting script submissions for the 2020 Spring Narrative. Do you want to see your idea brought to life? This is your chance, and we want to help! Need inspiration? Watch last year’s Spring Narrative On the Edge!
Hosted by: National Broadcasting Society (NBS)
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4957635
This class is an introduction to hiring, planning for hiring, and increasing familiarity with principles of successful staffing. You will bring a job description with you to class and walk through the steps to post the job. A job description template will be in the calendar invitation for you to use.
Registration is required.
The Procurement and Accounts Payable team is holding open lab times for Workday users to get 1:1 assistance. Types of activities to get assistance with include:
- reconciling credit card expenses
- travel and business reimbursement requests
- purchasing goods or services
Please email email@example.com prior to attending so that you can be entered into the Park Plaza visitor system.
Active Minds is a mental health advocacy org at Emerson. We meet every Thursday from 3-4 p.m. at 172 Tremont in Pod 317. Come join us to learn more about our org and to get involved!
Hosted by: Active Minds at Emerson College
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4943575
Peek behind the curtain with several of GlitchKraft’s creators. This artist talk—the first of two—features presentations and a group Q&A by Allison Tanenhaus, Ben K. Foley, and Lauren Tallulah Klotzman.
Topping it off: a special live video art performance by Klotzman, the artist of GlitchKraft’s second week-long guest installation.
Free and open to the public.
Join Journalism Associate Professor and resident Beatles expert Tim Riley to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ final album. Attendees can also pose for selfies with their favorite Beatle on the Abbey Road crosswalk using a green screen in the Emerging Media Suite. Enter to win raffle prizes: a newly released Abbey Road deluxe box set, provided by EMI, and other prizes.
Hosted by: EmersonExtra
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4965845
(Women’s Volleyball) Emerson at Emmanuel (Mass.)
Co-presented as part of the Boston Latino International Film Festival and the Power to the People series.
Directed by Chelsea Hernandez, documentary, English and Spanish with English subtitles, 74 minutes, USA (2019)
Across Texas, an unstoppable construction boom drives urban sprawl and luxury high-rises. Its dirty secret: abuse of immigrant labor. Building the American Dream captures a turning point as a movement forms to fight widespread construction industry injustices. Grieving their son, a Mexican family campaigns for a life-and-death safety ordinance. A Salvadoran electrician couple owed thousands in back pay fights for their children’s future. A bereaved son battles to protect others from his family’s preventable tragedy. A story of courage, resilience, and community, the film reveals shocking truths about the hardworking immigrants who build the American Dream, from which they are excluded.
Discussion with director Hernandez to follow. W, SJ, POC
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
Come learn about the film industry in a special even hosted by Emerson’s finest orgs! This means you get to meet representatives from the Emerson Channel and Evvy’s!
Get an overview of our cameras
Get CERTIFIED to use our equipment
Learn a crash course in producing
Thursday September 26th 7-10 at the Bill Bordy Theater!
Hosted by: Emerson Channel , National Broadcasting Society (NBS), The EVVY Awards
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4960300
This one goes out to all those first-year-theatre-enthusiasts who want to go see a show anytime this semester! RA Anania, RA Rocio, and RA Holden are hosting an outing to go see shows not only on-campus but in the local Boston area as well!
Here are some shows to be on the lookout for!
Emerson Stage’s Stupid F*ucking Bird
The Lyric Stage’s Little Shop of Horrors
The Wang Theater’s SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical
The Huntington Ave Theater’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
This will be an amazing opportunity to learn how to receive “student rush” tickets, and see shows for a great deal or even for free.
Hosted by: The Little Building
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4889448
Join 8th Floor RAs Brilee, Max, and Sabrina for ice cream floats and a discussion on personal identity.
Hosted by: The Little Building
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4966499
The 7 Fingers’ electrifying and heart-stirring mix of circus, music, and dance has made them fan favorites at ArtsEmerson. That’s why we’re so excited to bring Montreal’s famed company back to Boston for their seventh engagement – and this time, we’re on a new, thrilling journey.
Speeding through, up and over the shifting landscapes of our lives, Passengers reminds us that we always have somewhere we’ve got to go, but often don’t know where we’re headed or who we’ll meet along the way. Climb aboard and take an unforgettable ride that will engage your imagination, pull at your heartstrings and remind you what it’s like to find wonder and beauty in all situations.
Past productions by The 7 Fingers include Reversible (2017/18), Cuisine & Confessions (2016/17), Traces (2014/15), Sequence 8 (2012/13) and PSY (2010/11).
An aspiring young director rampages against the art created by his mother’s generation. A nubile young actress wrestles with an aging Hollywood star for the affections of a renowned novelist. And everyone discovers just how disappointing love, art, and growing up can be.
In this irreverent, contemporary, and very funny remix of Chekhov’s The Seagull, Aaron Posner stages a timeless battle between young and old, past and present, in search of the true meaning of it all. Original songs composed by James Sugg draw the famously subtextual inner thoughts of Chekhov’s characters explicitly to the surface. Stupid F##king Bird will tickle, tantalize, and incite you to consider how art, love, and revolution fuel your own pursuit of happiness.
Thursday, September 26, 8:00 pm
Friday, September 27, 8:00 pm
Saturday, September 28, 2:00 and 8:00 pm
Sunday, September 29, 2:00 pm
Tickets from $12.