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The Law School's new Zoomin’ in On series will feature Elyse Cherry, JD'83, CEO of BlueHub Capital, Civic Leader, and LGBTQ Activist.
In conjunction with the Department of Theatre’s production of As U Like It, the panel discussed bringing Shakespeare into modern times. Members of the cast and creative team will discuss how As U Like It was adapted because of COVID-19 restrictions and to give it a more contemporary edge, through a queer, non-binary lens.
For a relatively new marketing tool, social media has become one of the most important methods of communication between a brand and its customer base and other target audiences. Listen to a panel of professional social media power houses on how they craft their employers' digital personas for the different platforms they are using and audiences they are reaching.
Esteemed panelists from the Museum of Fine Arts to discussed how the pandemic affected the museum's mission. The Myra Kraft Open Classroom was presented by the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs.
Join us for Networked for Life to celebrate the investments of volunteer time, energy, and resources that have allowed the Northeastern community to soar. The power of networks, the power of role models, and the power of experience—this is what this celebration is all about!
Hear from the Department of Theatre in celebrating the department's resilience and the streaming of their production of Scenes from Metamorphoses, based on the Myths of Ovid written and originally directed by Mary Zimmerman. Celebrate this tremendous feat of revolutionary theatre with a discussion moderated by Professor Emerita Nancy Kindelan with Pablo Hernandez Basulto, AMD'18, Public Works National Associate at the Public Theatre, Erin Solomon, AMD'20, the production's Stage Manager, and Des Bennett, AMD'20, who directed the production for her capstone project.
During her talk, Professor Heckman discussed how local media investigates stories, what they produce for the own districts, and how it has large implications on the national political scene.
Brunch was one of the biggest social innovations of the 20th century, taking off in the post-World War II years when America began embracing a less formal lifestyle. Hosted by Danielle Messler SSH’13, creator of the Boston Brunch Guide, with Etiquetteer, Robert B. Dimmick, we learned about the history and evolution of brunch as a social occasion, and tips to host a Perfectly Proper brunch in your own home before, during, and after the pandemic.
The Department of Theatre and the Center for Design are converging to tackle this open-issue and explore an interdisciplinary research approach to transforming data. Join us for an open conversation with award winning Information Designer, Federica Fragapane, about her work across information design and humanities and how she has combined the fields of Theatre and Design.
What are the secrets we keep, and the stories we tell, through photographs? This unique online panel discussion will feature four acclaimed photographers: Barbara Bosworth, Binh Danh, Eric Gottesman, and Northeastern CAMD’s Assistant Teaching Professor of Photography Dana Mueller. Together with artist Odette England, the artists will share secrets and personal reflections about their images, and those of others featured in Keeper of the Hearth.