by Rachel Lee Meet Lauren Pollock from the BC class of 2007! Pollock is currently the Gallery Director of the Leila Heller Gallery in New York City (read more about the Gallery, with locations in New York and Dubai, here). Career Night for the Arts 2016! Come join us on Thursday, November 16th between 7:00pm – 8:30pm in the Heights … More Career Night for the Arts Alumni Feature: Lauren Pollock ’07, Gallery Director
Meet Eric Butler! Eric is a theatre enthusiast and business aficionado, proving you can combine your interests in both management and the arts in building your very own career! Eric is one of our incredible BC arts alumni guests attending…. Career Night for the Arts 2016! Come join us on Thursday, November 16th between 7:00pm – 8:30pm in … More Career Night for the Arts 2016: Meet Theatre Producer Eric Butler from CSOM ’12
Maureen Donovan graduated from Boston College in 1978 with Bachelor’s degrees in English and Art History. She began working at the Harvard Art Museums as soon as she graduated from Boston College, and has since worked her way up to the position of Deputy Director of the Harvard Art Museums, consisting of the Fogg Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, … More Career Night for the Arts 2016: Meet Maureen Donovan ’78, Deputy Director of the Harvard Art Museums
by Alexa Villareal Leading up to Career Night for the Arts, we have prepared some alumni profiles to give you insight into the careers of our alumni attendees. Today we are focusing on Erin Dionne ’97, a children’s book writer and professor at Montserrat College of Art. She received her M.F.A from Emerson College and worked in … More Career Night for the Arts Alumni Profile: Erin Dionne!
By Estefania Szapiro Akl “I am constantly looking at the world around me” As our event Career Night for the Arts approaches, we wanted to give you a sneak peek of some of the accomplished alumni that will be joining us for the night. Today, we are talking to Daron Manoogian’98 who is currently … More Career Night for the Arts Alumni Profile: Daron Manoogian
By Lydia Ahern A couple of weeks ago, the atmosphere inside Gasson 307 buzzed with excitement and humor as the New York Picture Company, a comedic production house founded by three Boston College graduates, Matt Cullinan, James Fagan, and Zach Bubolo, visited to film for their upcoming season. The Gasson classroom was used to film “Dad … More The New York Picture Company Shoot at BC: We talk to them about majoring in theatre, Cooking for One, and Tub Time!
By Cuilin Chen A WILL FOR THE WOODS Award winning documentary Saturday, October 11th @ 2:30pm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston If tomorrow were your last day, would you live it differently? What would you do? What kind of person would you think you were? Directed by Boston College alumni Jeremy Kaplan and Tony Hale, … More BC Alum Warming Hearts at the MFA with A Will for the Woods
Last weekend, the Arts Council accompanied students of the Independent TV class to Vermont for a four-day field study at the Independent Television and Film Festival. Set at the base of Mount Snow, the tiny town of West Dover, Vermont was overrun with web series stars, actors, producers, and executives. Students watched dozens of TV … More BC Students Out in Force at the Independent TV Festival
Artists Tackle Climate Change at BC Arts Fest 2014: Honoring the Future: Artist Panel and Discussion Thursday April 24, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Devlin Hall 101 The ongoing conversation surrounding climate change is increasingly essential in the face of rising sea levels and extreme weather, fast becoming a global environmental issue. At this year’s Arts Festival, … More “Are the Decisions of This Generation Honoring the Future of the Next?” BC Alumna Frances Dubrowski Raises the Big Questions About Climate Change
Career Night for the Arts is this Thursday, Nov. 7th, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in McMullen Museum. Join the Arts Council and the Career Center in welcoming BC alumni with successful careers in the arts for an evening of networking and conversation. Talk to professionals working in fashion, photography, music, theatre, writing, visual art, and arts … More Music Therapist Alison Davitt: “Everyone Has The Potential to Create Music Within Themselves”