Emerson Contemporary, Emerson College’s platform for presenting contemporary visual art, presents a new exhibition “I: An Intimate Reflection,” on view in the Media Art Gallery at 25 Avery Street, through December 12, 2021. The presentation includes a broad range of media by Boston-based emerging artists such as photography, steel sculpture, acrylic painting, digital video, and hand-sewn mixed media installations.
From Naa Amponsah Dodoo, Assistant Professor of Marketing Communication As told to and shared by Sam Goodman ’23 In the advertising, psychology, and tech industries, the term “digital consumer behavior” … Continue Reading Five Things to Know About Digital Consumer Behavior
Earlier this year, we signaled an intention and expectation for forthcoming salary increases, and we are now pleased to present the details of our salary plan.
All Joking Aside with Doug Herzog provides viewers with an exclusive, behind the scenes look at the comedy business.
Professor Jerald Walker’s How to Make a Slave and Other Essays won for Nonfiction and Asako Serizawa, MFA ’01 was selected for Fiction Honors.
Filmmaker Homa Sarabi-Daunais, the location coordinator for the Visual and Media Arts department, is a source for the article, “Can Massachusetts become a destination for green film production,?” which examines the current state of sustainable filmmaking, and opportunities.
Will Facebook’s reputation improve due its rebranding?
There appears to be no provisions for using the money to “build back better” the Black labor force.
For five days, starting Monday, November 15, Emerson is launching the Shine On campaign to benefit current students as they and their families adjust to the “new normal” that is our world today.
We are requiring that every student complete a COVID-19 rapid test within 48-hours of their return to campus.