Jacob Nelson

Designer and Innovation Consultant Amy Guterman Leads Project Management Workshop for MSLCE Students

By Nick RomanMSLCE students arrive at Northwestern with substantial professional experience, which typically includes project management. In reflecting on experiences in the field, MSLCE students discovered that while end results of their projects were positive, the process leading up to them proved to be more difficult. To breakdown project management, MSLCE students recently attended a workshop

Disney Director John Musker Talks Making ‘Moana’ and Skyping with Lin-Manuel Miranda During Northwestern Event

By Nick RomanMoana, The Little Mermaid, Tangled, Aladdin, and The Fox and the Hound: what do all of these have in common? Sure, they are favorites among Disney fans of all ages. However, they also demonstrate the creative genius of John Musker, who recently spoke at Northwestern University’s School of Communication. School of Communication students got to listen to the

Greg Cameron to Speak Nov. 30 at MSLCE Speaker Series Event

By Jacob NelsonBefore becoming the executive director of the Joffrey Ballet, Greg Cameron worked for a variety of museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA) and the Art Institute of Chicago.But before all that, he founded a different kind of museum… in his childhood basement.

Oluwamuyiwa Oyatogun Wants to Use Theatre to Bring Together Different Cultures

By Jacob NelsonOluwamuyiwa Oyatogun loves theatre. Specifically, he loves the way that a theatrical production can bring a story to life, and the impact that process can have on the audience.“I’ve always loved being on stage doing,” the new MSLCE student said during a recent interview, “I love the ability for someone to take real

Field Foundation President Angelique Power Discusses Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity at MSLCE Speaker Series Event

By Jacob NelsonDuring the most recent MSLCE Speaker Series event, Field Foundation President Angelique Power asked the audience to define the terms “diversity,” “inclusion,” and “equity.” When the attendees struggled to respond, she asked them to imagine they owned a restaurant.“Diversity is like keeping your restaurant completely the same and inviting a few people different

MSLCE Students Visit MCA Chicago and Talk Social Media, Audience Development

By Nick RomanWhen MSLCE students visited the Museum of Contemporary Art on Friday, they did not expect to get an exclusive sneak peek of Chicago-based artist Jaime Fennelly’s Mind Over Mirrors, a multilayered music and art installation coming to the MCA Stage in April 2018.  MSLCE students got a special preview of the cyclical, aural

After Benefitting from an Arts Education, Kayla DeSouza Hopes to Spread It to Others

By Jacob NelsonKayla DeSouza’s professional path was set in motion when she interned at a public arts performance high school in Chicago.The program offered free arts education to students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to get it, and the experience working there inspired DeSouza to pursue a career in arts nonprofit organizations.“I was fortunate enough