The Perfect Mix
Anna Sumilat is part digital host, part cultural organizer, part DJ. Or, as she puts it: “Creative entrepreneur.
A Journalist’s Mindset
In the last 20, 30, 50 years, the field of journalism has undergone myriad shifts and changes. But one thing has remained constant: the importance of having a journalist’s mindset.
The Tricks and Flips That Build a Community
For the past three years, Benjamin Anderson Bashein '98 has helped bring skateboarding to underserved communities across the country as executive director of The Skatepark Project.
Ode to Boston and to the Arts’ Transformative Power
The arts will forever be a force for good, a beacon of hope, and an instrument of change.
A Letter From the President
It is an honor and a privilege to lead this incredible institution, and I am grateful to the Emersonians who came before me for stewarding the College so thoughtfully.
Letter from the Editor
With each issue of Expression, it is a privilege to be able to tell the stories of Emersonians who are out there making a difference, doing exceptionally Emersonian things.
A Message of Hope
ArtsEmerson, along with the city of Boston and partners in the local arts community, welcomed to Boston, Little Amal, a 12-foot-tall puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee girl.
15 Lessons on Theatre from Maureen Shea
Maureen taught that heightened stories, lives, and circumstances are attainable through the tools of symbolism, naturalism, and poetry.
Recently Published Works by Emersonians
"Style is to forget all styles" - Jules Renard
Unofficially, Jonathan "Satch" Satriale the go-to person for many things Emerson.
20 Questions with Bonnie Baggesen
Bonnie Baggesen, general manager of the Office of the Arts, has worked at Emerson for 20 years.