|Public Art Installations
In August 2009, urban artist Shepard Fairey donated a 240 square-foot mural to Northeastern, which was installed in International Village entrance.
International Village Dining Area
Northeastern graduate and international photographer Jessica Scranton portrays the real lives of Sudanese girls through her exhibit formerly displayed in Gallery 360. Taken at the Akon School of Girls in Sudan, Scranton's photographs depict the severe obstacles the children face while also sharing "positive and human light on people living in Sudan."
Centennial Common facade
In this installation, the colors are drawn from sources immediately surrounding the location of the banner
"The balance between the impermanent and permanent is a striking metaphor for how and why Northeastern works, with its mixture of student population in constant flux interacting with a system of physical academic and intellectual structures slightly more permanent in nature" - Matthew Rich
Installation of charcol drawings by Professor of Visual Arts Mira Cantor. Her larger-than-life portraits of local law enforcemnet officers offer a glimpse of the individuals behind the uniforms.