Emma Bergman is a performer, artist, and collaborator based in Baltimore, MD.

Emma is a member of the multimedia making family Call Your Mom with E Cadoux, Sophie Goldberg, and Mia Massimino. The collective has been working together since 2014 to explore ideas of intimacy and communication and test the boundaries of relationships between audiences and performers.

In her individual work, Emma uses performance, audio, video, photography, writing, and printmaking to ask questions and archive personal histories. Her most recent oral history project, Life Histories of Hamtramck, is an online database that presents a series of interviews and photographs from a neighborhood inside Detroit, MI.

Emma is also an arts workshop facilitator. She has worked with college students at the University of Michigan, inmates at a Michigan correctional facility, elementary school students at a D.C. quaker camp, high school students in Detroit, MI, and young people in Baltimore, MD.

Emma holds a BFA in Interarts Performance from the University of Michigan and currently works as a Media Instructor for Wide Angle Youth Media.