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Marc Bamuthi Joseph (writer/performer of /peh-Lo-tah/, which we presented in our 2018-19 season) offered a riveting and timely keynote presentation at this week’s virtual event titled, Under the Radar Symposium: A Creative Summit. You can listen to the full symposium here on HowlRound, or you can watch Bamuthi Joseph’s keynote by starting at 40:35 at the video below. Marc Bamuthi Joseph is the Vice President and Artistic Director of Social Impact at the Kennedy Center for the…

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David C. Howse in conversation with patrons

2020 was a tough year, but here we are at the beginning of 2021.  Happy New Year!   It has been months since we have been physically together inside the theater. While this new year brings great promise, our days ahead will not be without challenges.  We all continue to shoulder the burden of the pandemic as we make meaning of this racial reckoning.  Our journey to safer days continues. Though physical distance is required,…

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2020 has been quite a year for all of us. As we reflect on the past year we want to thank you for your incredible support of ArtsEmerson and our artists this season. We were fortunate to receive both national and local funding that enabled us to continue supporting international artists in the creation of new works. Currently, we are nurturing a thrilling bounty of new forms, new stories, and experiments in new platforms being…

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We’d like to extend our sincere congratulations to Somi’s for her latest album being nominated for a GRAMMY and for sharing her latest film—in the absence of things—with the ArtsEmerson audience! Did you see it? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below! “US-based Rwandan-Ugandan jazz vocalist and songwriter Laura Kabasomi Kakoma known by her stage name Somi recently made history at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards as the first African woman ever…

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ArtsEmerson has curated several long arc relationships with artists throughout our time, furthering conversations of art-making’s intersections with social and political issues. Poet, playwright, and author Claudia Rankine is one such artist, partnering with ArtsEmerson over a series of projects, including her full length play The White Card, co-developed with the A.R.T. and presented during our 2017/18 season. A MacArthur Fellow, New York Times Bestseller, and the recipient of honors such as National Book Critics…

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