Gallery Hours and Directions: Free and open to the public.

Monday through Friday, 11am - 7pm
Saturday and Sunday, 12pm - 5pm
Gallery 360 will be open from 12pm - 5pm on Wednesday, November 22nd, and will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd, and Friday, November 24th for Thanksgiving

Gallery 360

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

Current Exhibits

Brian Hart

My work owes equally to the traditions of history painting and pop art. Themes in the paintings are often derived from stories and myths I enjoyed as a child and, instead of a straightforward approach, I reinterpret these stories using pictures appropriated from a wide range of sources. Images taken from advertising, cartoons, and wide…Read More

Facing Humanity

Facing Humanity is an exhibition of work by renowned illustrators who create images for books, magazines, posters, and other forms of publication. Artists featured in this show range from the rising starts of illustration to some of the most prominent illustrators in the world. All have the unique ability to capture the personality and emotions…Read More

William Roxburgh

Dr. William Roxburgh was a Scottish surgeon and botanist who worked extensively in India and is known as the founding father of Indian botany. He published numerous works on this subject, illustrated by careful drawings made by Indian artists and accompanied by taxonomic descriptions of a large number of plant species. Invited by the government of Bengal to take…Read More