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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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A picture of David Dower and David C. Howse together, smiling and in suits.

Creating an institution is not unlike creating a work of art. In this case, the art form is theater. But like every act of creativity, it starts from a vision of something that will be called into being by the people who are making it. David Dower and David C. Howse have been co-leading the work of calling into being a vision for ArtsEmerson with the goal of creating an arts organization that serves as…

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We had the honor of talking with Founder and Executive Director of Step Afrika! C. Brian Williams on the future of art making in the digital age, the relationship between our two organizations, and what the history of the Stono Rebellion mean in today’s context. WATCH HERE Be sure to tune in TONIGHT WED, SEP 9 @ 8 PM for the premiere of Stono, a thirty minute dance film produced by Step Afrika! This even…

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It is a known fact that our history books contains massive gaps, focusing their narrative so narrowly that even if the book is full of words, there are pieces of history that ultimately go missing without a proper recording. For many, this means a one sided education, accepting what we are told rather than questioning what else there is to learn. It seems easier to tell a simple tale instead of delve into the details…

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