Print– and paper-making works by three graduates of Northeastern’s joint studio art program with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts are now on display at Gallery 360’s new exhibit “A Brief Stay: Print & Paper Show.”
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Photographs, oil paintings, videos, mini furniture, and a sculpture made out of colorful cough drops are among the artwork on display at Gallery 360 in a new exhibit featuring the work of talented Northeastern University seniors.
Three leaders in gender equality and literacy education in the developing world discussed the value of giving back during a panel discussion on Wednesday evening in Blackman Auditorium.
The award-winning Colombian novelist died last week at the age of 87. We asked Alan West-Durán, an associate professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, to discuss the author’s life, literature, and legacy.
Learning by Design traces the influence that the Kindergarten movement—the revolutionary educational system developed Friedrich Frobel in Germany—had on culture and the impact it had in laying the grounds for modernist art, architecture, and design.
The Digital Scholarship Commons, which opened earlier this semester at Snell Library, serves as a dedicated meeting space for faculty and doctoral students to access a range of high-level services for digital scholarship, teaching, and research.
Jeff Howe, an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern, has developed a new track in the graduate journalism program aimed at preparing mid-career reporters for the digital age.
Dave Muench, DMSB’14, has launched a mobile application called Skimmin that allows users to browse the top headlines of the day in just 60 seconds.
We binge watch TV shows, live tweet along with actors, and indulge in increasingly compelling online programming. But these are just a few examples of the TV industry’s recent evolution, says Bill Lancaster, a lecturer in the Department of Communication Studies.
Northeastern’s student theatre production of William Shakespeare’s tragedy, which opens Tuesday night, promises to complement the play’s famous lines with a few surprises.
Transylvanian graphic artist Botond Részegh’s “Nightfall,” a painting series on display at Gallery 360, is influenced by one former political prisoner yet represents the unknown stories of many more.
Bethany, the theatre department’s first production of 2014, tells the darkly comic story of a single mother’s struggle to regain what she’s lost at the height of the Great Recession: her home and her daughter.