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Some 75 guests attended ArtsEmerson’s Garden Party—an annual summer friendraiser—at the Lexington home of David and Terry Wilkins. Grammy-winning artist, Esperanza Spalding, regaled the guests in word and song. We were honored to have the support of our host committee including Paul & Evelyne Alexander, Vivian Beard, Trina & Kevin Cherry, Carolyn & Poul Hebsgaard, Kimmie Jackson, Alyce & Patrick Lee, Fred Lowery, Valerie Mosley. Photos by Craig Bailey. View the full gallery below. (Left to Right, Host, Terry…

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  This summer, we’re asking audience members who love The 7 Fingers circus troupe—over a hundred of our patrons have seen ALL 5 of the shows they’ve presented here—about why they adore these artists. There’s a lot more to come, but here’s a quick testimonial from one local 7 Fingers fan: “The 7 Fingers to me is all about this small group of humans being amazing and making something beautiful together. I wish we could…

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Last Season marked a banner year for ArtsEmerson, and we owe all of our success to those who supported our mission through their participation. Here’s 8 things to celebrate as we kick off our 8th Season!   Learn more about accessibility at ArtsEmerson. Learn more about the Bright Family Screening Room. Learn more about Claudia Rankine’s The White Card, a World Premiere coming this February. Watch audiences rave about Parable of the Sower. Catch a…

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When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turned 25 in 2015, the milestone sparked a movement in the fashion design industry. Many designers began creating clothing and fashion for those with disabilities; their solution-based designs allowed these pieces of practical and stylish clothing to solve problems rather than create them. This past weekend ArtsEmerson and Epicenter Community teamed up to create something unique, New England’s very first fashion accessibility event. The event took place in front of a…

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  Lester Bangs never lived in Boston; by all accounts he probably never even visited The Hub. But in the middle of the critical and audience rave—How To Be A Rock Critic—we’ve dug through his writing to find out what the legendary rock critic thought of the music scene and rock criticism coming out of Boston in the sixties and seventies from afar.   Bangs credited local band Black Pearl with developing the genre that…

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