President Lee Pelton and Martha J. Sheridan, president and CEO of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau, wrote an op ed published in the Boston Globe that discusses the need for greater investments in the arts and tourism in Massachusetts.
Twelve Emerson faculty members and alumni, and six ArtsEmerson productions were nominated for dozens of Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) awards, which the casts and crews of small, mid-size, and large stage productions in the region.
Emerson College Distinguished Artist-in-Residence P. Carl received the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award from the Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame for a career spent using storytelling and the arts to foster dialogue, create policy, and transform systems.
Rem Myers, a first-year Theatre Education graduate student, traveled to Poland in December as the representative of TheTheaterTimes.com to review the Boska Komedia Festival.
Several students, faculty and staff found an Emerson College first-of-its-kind town hall forum on Nov. 27 to be very constructive and forward-thin
Emerson Stage worked with faculty and students from the College’s Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) department to stage two sensory-friendly performances of Flora & Ulysses.
Last Saturday afternoon, Piano Row’s Multipurpose Room transformed into an array of vivid colors, unusual textures, and excited Emerson students.
Emerson faculty were busy over the past year, racking up awards, fellowships, books, and papers, in addition to sharing what they know with students.
The School of the Arts welcomes eight new faculty members
Performing Arts Associate Professor Magda Romanska had her essay about the late Polish dramatist/writer/cartoonist Sławomir Mrożek published in the LA Review of Books blog. The essay, “The Comic Frame of Sławomir Mrożek: Or, How to Tell if … Continue Reading Romanska Publishes Essay on Polish Playwright in LARB