Year after year, Northeastern students produce a range of impressive artwork that is featured across campus. Here’s a rundown of where you can find it.
Northeastern is hosting the world premiere of a traveling exhibit featuring 25 innovative Swiss energy projects honored with the renowned Watt d’Or award.
Ever notice the unique 3-D artwork on the first floor of the Curry Student Center? It’s from British artist Patrick Hughes. Now, more of his “reverspective” pieces are on display at Gallery 360.
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.”
Here’s a rundown of some of the top places at Northeastern where you can find a range of art exhibits, unique collections, and a new campus mural.
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.
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.
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.
A new Gallery 360 exhibit by Northeastern alumnus Mitch Weiss comprises carefully curated black-and-white street photographs depicting scenes from two pairs of sister cities: Boston and Kyoto, Japan, and New York City and Tokyo.
Derek Boshier’s “A Survey of Work” is the latest exhibit at Gallery 360. His work spans four decades and includes paintings, drawings, and a David Bowie album cover.
Northeastern’s art gallery received high praise for its most recent exhibit, “Celebrity Type,” and is looking to ride that success toward greater interest both on campus and beyond.
Iconic typewriters once owned by John Lennon, Ernest Hemingway, Theodore Kaczynski, and other notable 20th-century figures are now on display at Northeastern’s Gallery 360 in a first-of-its-kind exhibit from collector and L.A. business leader Steven Soboroff.