Library Events

Diversity in Show Business

Diversity in Show Business: Acting Beyond Stereotypes April 5th 2016

Tuesday, April 5, 2016 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm 150 Mass Ave, Media Center   Successful monolgue preparation for actors of all types This two-hour workshop offers practical tools for preparing audition monologues for actors. Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory students are encouraged to attend. Pre-selected students will prepare and present a memorized two to three minute contemporary dramatic or comedic monologue. Participants will receive feedback from Associate Professor Ana Guigui and Assistant Professor Rene Pfister regarding the audition process, and how to select the best monologue. Our guest moderator Susan Nelson is the Executive Director of the New England Local of SAG-AFTRA, and will be joined by local professional performers to discuss the topic of actors playing into a stereotype or acting against it. Ms. Nelson will moderate an open conversation and Q&A with our actors, panelists, and audience members about various aspects of diversity in show business. Please come and join the conversation!  Diversity/ Monolgue library resource guide. This event is co-sponsored by the Stan Getz Library and Berklee Office of Diversity & Inclusion.
Web Content Expert Panel
What do and have in common?  Find out how to make your web content as appealing as your web design! Featuring Jonathan Sulkow (CEO of Prod4Ever), Adam Olenn (Website Developer of Berklee Institutional Advancement), and Ernie Gillis (Senior Web Developer of Berklee Learning Resources). Learn from the experts--tips tricks, and answers to your questions about making your professional web presence have even greater impact!  Guest appearances by the Writing Center and Learning Resources to present the resources ava...
VDay: Until the Violence Stops
A stunning documentary about V-Day's global movement to end violence against women and girls. The screening of this documentary is presented by MASsiVe (Musicians Against Sexual Violence) as one of a series of events aimed at raising awareness of issues relating to sexual violence around the world. It is presented with the support of the Office for Cultural Diversity and the Stan Getz Library. Watch this documentary by requesting DVD 3903 from the Media Center.​