Visual and Media Arts graduate students Xzaviah Jamel Stone Sr and Tarell Wright spoke with Boston 25 reporter Crystal Hynes about diversity and representation at the Oscars and in the film industry.
Emerson Contemporary Presents Dynamic, Colorful Multimedia Thesis Exhibition Threads Undone, Underway Through May 9, 2021
Emerson Contemporary, Emerson College’s platform for presenting contemporary visual art, proudly presents Threads Undone, on view at the Media Art Gallery, 25 Avery Street, Boston, through May 9, 2021.
Less than a year out of Emerson, Ciera Burch sold her debut young adult novel to Farrar, Straus and Giroux and Madeline Sneed sold her first novel to an imprint of HarperCollins.
Her books spin tales of love and lust aboard pirate ships, in coastal Maine towns, and in an enchanted mountain lair.
As digital media manager at New England Public Media (NEPM), Rachel Scott, MA ’20 is in charge of capturing audiences, getting them engaged, and keeping them loyal to her station. It’s a big job in a competitive media environment, but Scott came prepared.
Award-winning Writing, Literature, and Publishing associate professor and graduate program director Kim McLarin’s newest book, James Baldwin’s Another Country: Bookmarked publishes this month, examining her own life and career through the context and themes of Another Country’s.
As we head back to class for the Spring 2021 semester, I’d like to clarify the calendar for graduate classes and point out how the graduate calendar differs from that for undergraduate students.
Kaiga has pushed for the clean energy industry to be more inclusive.
For our third spotlight in the series, meet Ye Huang, MA ’20, an alumna of the Strategic Communications for Marketing program. Learn about Ye’s experience as an intern at FocusKPI in Boston.
CSD graduate students created a culturally inclusive and anti-racist resources list.