Gallery Hours and Directions: Free and open to the public.
Monday through Friday, 11am - 7pm
Saturday 12pm - 5pm
Closed Sundays during the summer
Gallery 360 celebrates creative expression and the visual arts. It advances Northeastern’s mission to enrich the intellectual lives of students and the broader community through creative endeavors. This elegant, 1,000-square-foot space displays works by students, faculty, and alumni, as well as emerging local, national, and international artists. The gallery operates year-round in Ell Hall, with easy access from Curry Student Center.
To submit your art for consideration in an upcoming exhibition, please review our policy and guidelines and submit an application form.
See Gallery 360’s Archive of Past Exhibits
Two interactive visualizations reveal how the bustling activity on Northeastern’s campus is fueled by energy consumed by the buildings on campus and help foster increased awareness, understanding and ultimately better decision making for the optimization of energy usage. Cities today are increasingly pervaded by systems, networks, and devices that incorporate digital technology, are networked, and…Read More
Curated by Patricia Belen and Greg D’Onofrio Ladislav Sutnar was a master of making complex information simple. From 1941 to 1960, Sutnar, a Czechoslovakian immigrant who settled in New York City, served as the art director for F.W. Dodge Corporation’s Sweet Catalog Service. Sweet’s catalogs showcased plumbing, electrical, and building supplies that were marketed to…Read More
Featuring the work of graduating seniors, MFA and IDV candidates in Northeastern’s College of Arts, Media and Design. Reception Thursday, April 28, 5:00–7:00 pm
Gallery 360 presents an exhibition of the work of designer Ralph Pucci, whose innovative designs reflect cultural trends and have been agents of change in our attitudes toward the body, fashion and individual identity. The exhibition has been curated by The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD). Ralph Pucci: The Art of the Mannequin is a thirty-year…Read More