Jamal Thorne, the first Northeastern student to receive a master of fine arts degree from a program run in partnership with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, recently opened his first solo show at Gallery 360.
This week at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society, a group of Northeastern scientists will present the Monet painting of the future. This pile of hay bales is […]
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the attacks, Northeastern’s Gallery 360 will host a dynamic exhibit featuring a local artist’s charcoal drawings of the Ground Zero perimeter.
Northeastern hosts “Color in Freedom,” an exhibit by painter Joseph Holston focusing on slavery in America.
New exhibit at Northeastern’s Gallery 360 features eight vibrant abstract paintings from artist Mikki Shectman capturing the “romance of nature”
New Gideon Klein Scholar honors her late father through award-winning proposal to pay scholarly tribute to a German surrealist painter murdered by the Nazis.
Literature professor at Northeastern collaborates on collection of poems and visual artworks to show the unexpected richness of Jewish experience in the region
Theatrical performance by Boston playwright adds perspective to Gallery 360 exhibit capturing experience and yearning in the Underground Railroad
An international panel of museum professionals, philosophers and artists trade ideas on preserving and illuminating identity in a global, electronic world.
Kimberly Juanita Brown, assistant professor of English, discusses five characters who make their novels great works of art
An early interest in art inspires a student to create a mural club on campus dedicated to creating wall paintings for Northeastern’s surrounding community.
Art and design lecturer John Kane discusses reaction to the 2012 Olympics logo, which the Iranian government claims spells out the word “Zion.”