Hao Zheng ’15 was selected as one of 10 directors to participate in the 2020 HBOAccess Directing Fellowship. Rob Eckard ’10, MFA ’18, won the 30-minute Episodic Showtime Tony Cox Screenplay Competition at the Nantucket Film Festival.
Visual and Media Arts alumna Afsara Alvee ’19 recently co-founded a nonprofit organization called Kandari that helps to provide food to low-income families affected by COVID-19 in her home country of Bangladesh.
Betsy Kalin is an affiliated faculty member at Emerson Los Angeles, teaching a course in Social Impact Documentary. This semester, her 43-minute documentary for Spectrum News 1, Vision 2030: The Future of SoCal, was nominated for a Los Angeles area Emmy Award.
Tucked in a corner on the edge of Los Angeles’s Arts District lies the production company Hyperion LA. Inside its two-story office, four employees buzz about. All but one is an Emersonian.
Emerson is documenting how the coronavirus is impacting our lives.
On March 13, the day that President Lee Pelton announced that Emerson students in Boston and Los Angeles needed to safely leave their respective campuses, a professional development opportunity was scheduled to take place in the evening at Emerson LA.
The latest campus updates related to COVID-19.
As our community transitions to online classes this week, please remember the most important thing in these unprecedented times is to prioritize your health and safety and be mindful of your physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing.
I write to update you on the latest efforts being undertaken at ELA to address the coronavirus situation
Around 40 past and current members of the Emerson College sketch comedy troupe Jimmy’s Traveling All-Stars performed at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre & Cafe in Los Angeles during a special 20th anniversary show.