By Miya Williams Fayne“The program is what you put into it,” Joe Giovannetti said in reflection on his time as an MSLCE student. If his current position is any representation of that belief, then he is certainly reaping the benefits of his labor.
By Miya Williams FayneAs a classically trained singer and self-described innovator Daniel Grambow has already been working professionally in the arts for over ten years. He sees engaging audiences as key to saving arts organizations, like orchestras and operas, and aims to do just that for the rest of his life. “I want to build
By Hannah ArataEllen Lupton, Curator of Contemporary Design at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York City recently gave a lively talk to the Northwestern community on the relationship between experimental artists and commercial design. Her talk parallels the current exhibit at Northwestern’s Block Museum of Art, “Up is Down: Mid-Century Experiments in Advertising and
By Miya Williams FayneKayla DeSouza entered the MSCLE program knowing exactly what she wanted to do and now she is doing just that. DeSouza dreamed of working at an afterschool arts nonprofit and currently she is a fellow at The People’s Music School in Chicago.“I am very passionate about where I work and our mission,”
By Thomas WallStudents in the School of Communication got valuable face-time with some of the biggest decision makers in film and television, thanks to the Office of External Programs, Internships, and Career Services (EPICS). The TV and Film Industry Connect networking event, hosted by EPICS, was designed to connect interested students with leaders from the
By Alyssa HolcombThere is no shortage of networking events that Northwestern offers its students, but it is rare when the professionals are the ones approaching you – literally.
by Thomas WallWhen they say to put your best foot forward, some people, like Professor Daniel Moser, mean it literally.
By Brenna C. CroninThe currency of real networking is not greed, but generosity. – Keith Ferrazzi Jonah Zeiger, Associate Director of EPICS (External Programs, Internships, & Career Services) at Northwestern University, presented on the power of relationships and looking for connections between others during his Pathways and Networks in the Creative Industries Seminar last week. As
By Miya Williams FayneJing Zhang’s parents encouraged her to play an instrument as a child as they believed it would positively impact her future. At eight years old she chose the Chinese zither, a traditional string instrument, and has been playing ever since. She loves that playing an instrument makes people “more sensitive” and opens
By Thomas WallWhat do the famous shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Pyscho and baby lotion have in common? More than you might think.