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PARKING PARTNERS

Articles by Blair Nodelman

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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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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The Boston Asian American Film Festival continues at ArtsEmerson through NOV 01 with a series of incredible short films, each divided into five broad categories: Alternative Realities, Queer and Here, Beneath the Surface, Ties That Bind, and Finding Your Way. We’re here to help you learn about the shorts programming and take a deeper look into a few of the shorts featured in this year’s festival. And remember, the festival ends on NOV 01, so…

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We’re thrilled to be partnering with The Boston Asian American Film Festival to present this entirely virtual cinematic experience! From documentaries about Wuhan to spelling bee champions, feature films to shorts, and several artist conversations, this upcoming month of film programming is truly something to behold. The Boston Asian American Film Festival runs from OCT 21-NOV 01. However, certain films are only available during specific streaming windows, so be sure to head over to our…

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This year has asked us all, both as individuals and as a larger organization to reexamine how we create art. From the shuttering of live theatre as we know it to answering to the call of anti-racist action, we are proud to announce our commitment to a Year of Experimentation, focusing on the development and programming our new digital venue, and providing support to international artists through reimagined residency programs that support new works, new…

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