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A multicolored poster promoting the 10th Annual Emerson Film Festival: A Showcase of Student Films, in 2010. Special make-up effects artist, Rick Baker is featured on the left side of the poster. Since 2000, the Emerson College Los Angeles campus has hosted an event to showcase student films and connect alumni to Emerson students. Today, the Emerson College Film Festival and LA Showcase screens student films from the Emerson and Los Angeles campuses with competitions and awards, workshops and lectures from industry figures. Info source: Berkeley Beacon 10/2/2014.

2010

Computer generated architect's rendering of a modernist building with the caption: Eastbound on Sunset Boulevard, Emerson College Los Angeles. In 2008, Emerson purchased property in Los Angeles and selected architect Thom Mayne of Morphosis Architects to build the Los Angeles Center which would become the administrative center of the LA campus.

2008

Group photo of 13 smiling students on the set of the TV series, General Hospital. A girl sitting at a desk holds a telephone receiver. In 1986, Emerson College established the semester-long Los Angeles program, offering courses and internship credits to matriculated juniors and seniors.

1986

Smartly-dressed students pose for a group photo with Emerson Professor of Mass Communications, George Quenzel (kneeling, right) and Emerson’s Director of Special Events, Brooks Russell. They are holding up a newspaper headline that reads: “Emerson Students Looking for Jobs in L.A.”. Emerson students made their first organized trip to Los Angeles in 1980, under the leadership of Lenny Riendeau and George Quenzel. Students found it such a rewarding experience that the trip it was repeated the next year. The 1981 trip is pictured here. This four-week long, credit-bearing course, titled Hollywood Seminar: Techniques in Comedy, was held during winter intersession. The 1981 trip included studio tours, tapings, readings and interviews. The itinerary listed the following visits: The Jeffersons, Games People Play, Soap, Happy Days, CBS News, M*A*S*H, Lou Grant, The Merv Griffin Show, Wheel of Fortune, Academy of T.V. Arts & Sciences, Bob Keene (scenic designs and techniques), American Film Institute (AFT), American Music Awards, Archie Bunker’s Place, Mork and Mindy, The Johnny Carson Show, ABC, West Side Waltz, a tour of Disney Land, and a tour of Universal City.

1981

Computer generated architect's rendering of a modernist building. In the foreground, a red car races past on the street. In 2008, Emerson purchased property in Los Angeles and selected architect Thom Mayne of Morphosis Architects to build the Los Angeles Center which would become the administrative center of the LA campus.

2008

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

This is a short documentary detailing my experience with quarantine in a major city.

2020-04-14

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