Northeastern Gallery 360

Northeastern Gallery 360 Gallery 360 is a contemporary art project space and learning lab that generates innovative, interdisciplinary, and curriculum-integrated exhibitions and public programs.

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 emerging local, national, and international artists. The gallery operates year-round in Ell Hall, with easy access from Curry Student Center.

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Although ‘A Thread, Extended’ packs its bags in two weeks, the exhibit lives on in our hearts—and on the web! We invite ...
09/17/2021

Although ‘A Thread, Extended’ packs its bags in two weeks, the exhibit lives on in our hearts—and on the web! We invite you to visit our space virtually via the exhibition page linked in our bio 💻

#Northeastern #CAMD #Gallery360 #AThreadExtended #virtualgallery #exhibitionfromhome #exhibition #bostonart #bostonartscene #JustinLevesque #AllisonMariaRodriguez #OdetteEngland

What’s behind the curving gallery glass? #Throwback to our opening reception earlier this summer 💙Less than a month left...
09/13/2021

What’s behind the curving gallery glass? #Throwback to our opening reception earlier this summer 💙Less than a month left to catch ‘A Thread, Extended,’ closing on October 2nd.

#Northeastern #CAMD #Gallery360 #AThreadExtended #JustinLevesque #AllisonMariaRodriguez #OdetteEngland #bostonart #bostonartist #bostonartscene

Welcome to another round of @northeastern mural spotlights! 2015 brought us the iconic “Ars et Scientia” that soars abov...
09/08/2021

Welcome to another round of @northeastern mural spotlights! 2015 brought us the iconic “Ars et Scientia” that soars above Centennial Common, Jef Aérosol’s quirky stencil art hidden in every nook and cranny of campus, and the vibrant “Reality Check” in East Village Residence Hall. With a return to in person classes (happy first day to NU students!), be sure to look out for these murals as you cruise through campus.

#Northeastern #CAMD #NUExperience #publicart #mural #bostonartscene

The seasons are changing, soon the leaves will be too, and don’t forget about exhibitions! As we say goodbye to summer, ...
08/30/2021

The seasons are changing, soon the leaves will be too, and don’t forget about exhibitions! As we say goodbye to summer, there is lots to look forward to this fall: enjoy a (non-exhaustive) list of shows coming to Boston and Massachusetts galleries (or leaving 🥲) that we are looking forward to 🍂

#bostonartscene #bostonart #mfa #ica #harvardartmuseums #maam #nowandthere #peabodyessexmuseum #nuexperience

More @bostonglobe content because we just can’t get enough! Enjoy the review of ‘A Thread, Extended’ by Cate McQuaid of ...
08/28/2021

More @bostonglobe content because we just can’t get enough! Enjoy the review of ‘A Thread, Extended’ by Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe again (maybe with a cup of coffee) in beautiful print format 🗞 📰 ☕️

Thank you to @allisonmariarodriguez for sending us this image!

#Northeastern #Gallery360 #CAMD #nuexperience #TheBostomGlobe #AThreadExtended #JustinLevesque #AllisonMariaRodriguez #OdetteEngland #artreview #exhibitionreview #bostonartist #bostonartscene

More @bostonglobe content because we just can’t get enough! Enjoy the review of ‘A Thread, Extended’ by Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe again (maybe with a cup of coffee) in beautiful print format 🗞 📰 ☕️

Thank you to @allisonmariarodriguez for sending us this image!

#Northeastern #Gallery360 #CAMD #nuexperience #TheBostomGlobe #AThreadExtended #JustinLevesque #AllisonMariaRodriguez #OdetteEngland #artreview #exhibitionreview #bostonartist #bostonartscene

Last week we learned about Northeastern’s public art initiative. Now we start our tour through both time and the Northea...
08/26/2021

Last week we learned about Northeastern’s public art initiative. Now we start our tour through both time and the Northeastern campus to shine a spotlight on some of the pieces! With help from Northeastern’s public art website and in collaboration with Northeastern’s premiere club of mural creators and appreciators, NU Mural Club, we start our journey in 2009…

Let us know if you’ve seen any of these murals on campus and be sure to snap a picture! Stay tuned for the watch the timeline extend ⏰

#northeastern #camd #publicart #murals #bostonart #bostonartscene #bostonartist

Thank you to Cate McQuaid of The Boston Globe for the endlessly thoughtful review of our summer exhibition, ‘A Thread, E...
08/20/2021

Thank you to Cate McQuaid of The Boston Globe for the endlessly thoughtful review of our summer exhibition, ‘A Thread, Extended.’ In “Stitches in time,” McQuaid describes the exhibition as “darkly gorgeous” and poignantly writes that “‘A Thread, Extended’ reminds us these places are much more than the marks we leave there — even if the scars are permanent.”

Read the review in full via the following link: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/08/19/arts/stitches-time/

#Northeastern #CAMD #Gallery360 #AThreadExtended #BostonGlobe #OdetteEngland #JustinLevesque #AllisonMariaRodriguez #artreview #exhibition #Bostonart #bostonartscene

08/16/2021

What are you waiting for?Jump start your week with a trip to the Gallery! We are open Monday through Saturday 11am-5pm with ‘A Thread, Extended’ on view.

Thanks @northeastern crew for visiting last month! Video by @realcamsleeper via @northeastern

#Northeastern #CAMD #Gallery360 #AThreadExtended #bostonart #bostonartist #bostonartscene #justinlevesque #allisonmariarodriguez #odetteengland #exhibition

Within our Northeastern Campus, art is around every corner. It’s hard to imagine that just a decade ago, the campus was ...
08/12/2021

Within our Northeastern Campus, art is around every corner. It’s hard to imagine that just a decade ago, the campus was not nearly as colorful and vibrant with public art as it is today. Take a short history lesson with us over the next few weeks to learn about President Aoun’s Public Art Initiative and watch our campus slowly populate with each piece. 🎨

Pictured: Quintessenz, ‘Gemini,’ 2019
Shepard Fairey, ‘Commanda,’ 2009
Jef Aérosol, ‘French Intervention,’ 2015

📸: @modoonophoto

#Northeastern #CAMD #nuexperience #Gallery360 #publicartinitiative #publicart #mural #bostonart #bostonartscene

Making its debut in ‘A Thread, Extended,’ Odette England’s ‘In The Black, In the Red’ explores connections between famil...
08/10/2021

Making its debut in ‘A Thread, Extended,’ Odette England’s ‘In The Black, In the Red’ explores connections between family, history, and identity through the unique treatment of images of her lost family farm in Australia. In this photo series, England bends film negatives along property lines and sends the cracked and broken negatives to her mother in Australia to mend and sew, revealing the gendered and often unrecognized labor in Australian farming families. She then rephotographs and stitches over the results herself, layering her narrative over that of her parents and her childhood home.

England’s work reveals and divulges into the way we mark the land and how land marks us in return, providing inspiration for the theme of this exhibition. This series also inspired the name of the exhibition: check out how the threads extend (😉) beyond the frames 🧵🖼

📸: Megan Lam, Matthew Modoono

#Gallery360 #Northeastern #CAMD #nuexperience #AThreadExtended #contemporaryart #bostonart #bostonartscene #exhibition

Happy Friday! Wondering where to go to get your art fix this weekend? Wonder no more! Whether you’re looking to hole up ...
08/06/2021

Happy Friday! Wondering where to go to get your art fix this weekend? Wonder no more! Whether you’re looking to hole up inside or soak up the sun, there is art to see all over the city. (And if you’re looking to go somewhere tonight, SoWa Art & Design District opens its doors to the public in honor of the First Friday of the month, and the ICA continues its Friday night summer sessions!)

🎟 Advance timed-entry tickets are required for admission to the ICA & ICA Watershed, Boston Lights, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and MFA special exhibitions.

🐾 @northeastern Students qualify for free general admission to the MFA and reduced admission to ICA (free on Thursday nights) and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (free for those named “Isabella”)

😷Please note that face coverings are required indoors regardless of vaccination status at many locations beginning August 7th.

#bostonartscene #bostonart #mfa #ica #sowaboston #gallery360 #rosekennedygreenway #franklinparkzoo #inkblockboston #nowandthere #camd #nuexperience

Happy Friday! Wondering where to go to get your art fix this weekend? Wonder no more! Whether you’re looking to hole up inside or soak up the sun, there is art to see all over the city. (And if you’re looking to go somewhere tonight, SoWa Art & Design District opens its doors to the public in honor of the First Friday of the month, and the ICA continues its Friday night summer sessions!)

🎟 Advance timed-entry tickets are required for admission to the ICA & ICA Watershed, Boston Lights, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and MFA special exhibitions.

🐾 @northeastern Students qualify for free general admission to the MFA and reduced admission to ICA (free on Thursday nights) and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (free for those named “Isabella”)

😷Please note that face coverings are required indoors regardless of vaccination status at many locations beginning August 7th.

#bostonartscene #bostonart #mfa #ica #sowaboston #gallery360 #rosekennedygreenway #franklinparkzoo #inkblockboston #nowandthere #camd #nuexperience

Now here are some Monday Blues we’re here for!For this week’s artist spotlight, we are highlighting another work by Just...
08/02/2021

Now here are some Monday Blues we’re here for!

For this week’s artist spotlight, we are highlighting another work by Justin Levesque (One Dynamic System) displayed in ‘A Thread, Extended.’ In ‘Anchor Points,’ a series of drawings that map GPS data points collected in Svalbard on an anchored ship, the linework evokes the ship’s natural motion, set to the backdrop of a glacial landscape in subtle gradations of the artist’s trademark blue.

📸: Matthew Modoono Ruby Wallau

#Gallery360 #Northeastern #CAMD #nuexperience #AThreadExtended #JustinLevesque #BlueEconomy #bostonart #bostonartscene #climatechangeart #contemporaryart #exhibition

Today we welcomed a local arts writer to the Gallery to review our new exhibition, 'A Thread, Extended' for the city's p...
07/28/2021

Today we welcomed a local arts writer to the Gallery to review our new exhibition, 'A Thread, Extended' for the city's premier art magazine, 'Boston Art Review' (Boston Art Review). But just a few years ago, this significant venue for art criticism and cultural dialogue didn't exist: Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design graduate Jameson Johnson decided to fill that gap. Her incredible hard work, creativity, and community-building has seen her awarded one of Northeastern’s inaugural $5,000 Innovator Award from Northeastern’s ‘Women Who Empower’ inclusion and entrepreneurship initiative. Read all about Johnson’s work in creating the Boston Art Review - and the next chapter as BAR becomes a nonprofit organization - in the [email protected] article linked here: https://news.northeastern.edu/2021/07/27/she-saw-a-niche-for-an-arts-magazine-now-its-been-embraced-by-the-boston-arts-community/

📸: Matthew Modoono

#Northeastern #NUExperience #CAMD #Gallery360 #AThreadExtended #BostonArtReview #Bostonart #Bostonartscene

The Gallery welcomes Odette England, artist behind ‘In the Red, In the Black’ and ‘This is How I Hold You,’ currently on...
07/26/2021

The Gallery welcomes Odette England, artist behind ‘In the Red, In the Black’ and ‘This is How I Hold You,’ currently on view as part of ‘A Thread, Extended’ (a title inspired by the threads in her work)! The artist and Amy Halliday, exhibition curator, are seen here discussing the thread placement, framing choices, and installation of the show.

#Gallery360 #Northeastern #CAMD #NUExperience #OdetteEngland #AThreadExtended #artist #bostonart #bostonartscene #contemporaryart #exhibition

The Gallery welcomes Odette England, artist behind ‘In the Red, In the Black’ and ‘This is How I Hold You,’ currently on view as part of ‘A Thread, Extended’ (a title inspired by the threads in her work)! The artist and Amy Halliday, exhibition curator, are seen here discussing the thread placement, framing choices, and installation of the show.

#Gallery360 #Northeastern #CAMD #NUExperience #OdetteEngland #AThreadExtended #artist #bostonart #bostonartscene #contemporaryart #exhibition

Continuing the spotlight series for ‘A Thread, Extended’, this week we’ll be taking a closer look at the ‘Vital Signs’ s...
07/21/2021

Continuing the spotlight series for ‘A Thread, Extended’, this week we’ll be taking a closer look at the ‘Vital Signs’ series by Justin Levesque (One Dynamic System). If you’re in the Gallery, you may need to do a little extra work to find all five pieces: some are hung in unexpected places!

The ‘Vital Signs’ are double-sided UV-monoprints on plexiglass, depicting layered glacial surfaces. The 3D-printed mount allows the signs to protrude from the gallery wall, casting evocative shadows, challenging the viewer to look from different angles and vantage points, and calling to mind hospital emergency room wayfinding signs. Each of the five monoprints addresses one of the five psychological barriers to taking action against climate change, as theorized by Per Espen Stoknes: Distance, Doom, Dissonance, Denial, and Identity.

While the prints themselves are multi-layered, the title of the series is too. Melting glaciers have become a widespread indicator (and a powerful visual signifier) of the extent of climate change and the urgency of the response needed. For the artist - who lives with the bleeding disorder hemophilia - being in extreme and isolated Arctic conditions means he, too, must monitor his own vital signs at all times.

Image 1:
A student in the Gallery looking at ‘Doom’, ‘Distance’ and ‘Denial’, part of the ‘Vital Signs’ series.

Image 2:
‘Dissonance’ from the series ‘Vital Signs’

Image 3:
Close up view of ‘Denial’ from the series ‘Vital Signs.’

📸: Megan Lam, Matthew Modoono

07/15/2021

Thank you to Peter Ramjug of [email protected] for the piece on our new exhibition, ‘A Thread, Extended.’ After speaking with curator, Amy Halliday, and exploring the space for himself, Ramjug writes that “Northeastern’s Gallery 360 pivots to a new show that focuses on our relationships to nature and climate change as told through the artistic lens of three contemporary artists in New England,” connecting the works of England, Levesque, and Rodriguez with one extended thread.

Read the complete [email protected] piece via this link: https://news.northeastern.edu/2021/07/14/a-new-gallery-360-exhibit-looks-at-our-connection-with-nature-and-climate-change/

Welcome to another installment in our spotlight series for ‘A Thread, Extended’! Allison Maria Rodriguez is a Cuban-born...
07/14/2021

Welcome to another installment in our spotlight series for ‘A Thread, Extended’! Allison Maria Rodriguez is a Cuban-born, Boston-based artist whose work explores the interconnections between humans and nature, history and geography, memory and personal identity. “all that moves” creates an immersive environment made of several video channels: each explores a layer of the environmental, social, and scientific histories and present(s) of the small town of Churchill, Manitoba. Right on the Arctic’s edge, the town has become a beacon for climate change research and ecotourism: as Rodriguez explores, its lands are also freighted with other stories…

You can also currently check out another new work by Allison Maria Rodriguez - “Once in a Lifetime” - on view at SPOKE Gallery in South Boston (MWproductions/SPOKE). “Once in a Lifetime” is a video installation based on Rodriguez’s time volunteering in Costa Rica and is part of a series of interrelated solo shows curated by Kathleen Bitetti. Don’t miss the in-person/Zoom reception and gallery talk TONIGHT. Visit this link to register: https://mwponline.org/wordpress/programs/spoke-gallery/

Pictured:
Image 1: “all that moves” currently on view at Gallery 360
Image 2: Video still from “Once in a Lifetime” currently on view at SPOKE Gallery

Thank you to everyone who came out to the opening reception of “A Thread, Extended” on Wednesday evening, featuring the ...
07/09/2021

Thank you to everyone who came out to the opening reception of “A Thread, Extended” on Wednesday evening, featuring the works of Justin Levesque, Allison Maria Rodriguez, and Odette England! We had so much fun at our first in person event in over a year, and loved sharing this work with you and hearing your responses to it. For those who were not able to attend, be sure to check out the opening remarks by Amy Halliday, Allison Maria Rodriguez, and Justin Levesque on our IGTV.

“A Thread, Extended” will be on display at Northeastern’s Gallery 360 through October 2021, open to the public Monday through Saturday, 11am-5pm (*except Saturday July 10)

📸: Megan Lam

An invitation, extended, for you to join us in celebrating the opening of 'A Thread, Extended'! ✉️🎉Come see the exhibiti...
06/28/2021

An invitation, extended, for you to join us in celebrating the opening of 'A Thread, Extended'! ✉️🎉

Come see the exhibition in person on July 7th at 5:00pm to hear from Center for the Arts Director, Amy Halliday, as well as artists Allison Maria Rodriguez and Justin Levesque.

We encourage you to RSVP here for this free event TinyURL.com/G360Reception (or through the ticketing link on our Facebook event) so we can ensure we stay within capacity limits.

Please note that in accordance with university policy, masks are required to be worn while in Gallery 360 and on campus unless you are fully vaccinated.

If you have never been to Gallery 360 before, we are located at 342 Huntington Ave, which you can enter through either Ell Hall (take a right when you first come in) or through Curry Student Center (one floor above the bookstore).

Hope to see you there!

Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/1yrvMF8G5

📸 Image Credit:

Photo: Still from ‘Proxy’ (2017), Justin Levesque (@onedynamicsystem)
Design: @aeubanks13

#Gallery360 #AThreadExtended #OpeningReception #ContemporaryArt #Photography #JustinLevesque #AllisonMariaRodriguez #OdetteEngland #Exhibition #InstallationArt #BlueEconomy #ClimateChangeArt

Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design

An invitation, extended, for you to join us in celebrating the opening of 'A Thread, Extended'! ✉️🎉

Come see the exhibition in person on July 7th at 5:00pm to hear from Center for the Arts Director, Amy Halliday, as well as artists Allison Maria Rodriguez and Justin Levesque.

We encourage you to RSVP here for this free event TinyURL.com/G360Reception (or through the ticketing link on our Facebook event) so we can ensure we stay within capacity limits.

Please note that in accordance with university policy, masks are required to be worn while in Gallery 360 and on campus unless you are fully vaccinated.

If you have never been to Gallery 360 before, we are located at 342 Huntington Ave, which you can enter through either Ell Hall (take a right when you first come in) or through Curry Student Center (one floor above the bookstore).

Hope to see you there!

Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/1yrvMF8G5

📸 Image Credit:

Photo: Still from ‘Proxy’ (2017), Justin Levesque (@onedynamicsystem)
Design: @aeubanks13

#Gallery360 #AThreadExtended #OpeningReception #ContemporaryArt #Photography #JustinLevesque #AllisonMariaRodriguez #OdetteEngland #Exhibition #InstallationArt #BlueEconomy #ClimateChangeArt

Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design

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342 Huntington Avenue (enter Through Ell Hall Or Curry Student Center)
Boston, MA
02115

From the Green E line Northeastern T stop, walk down Huntington Avenue (heading east, in the direction of the YMCA), then turn right and walk across Krentzman Quad. Ell Hall will be straight ahead. Once inside the building, take the hall to the right. The Gallery 360 corridor is straight. Alternatively, you may enter through the main doors of the Curry Student Center and take the stairs to the first floor. The left-hand corridor leads directly to Gallery 360.

General information

The gallery, located in the Ell Building with access from the Curry Student Center as well, operates year-round. Hours are: Monday to Friday 11 am- 7 pm. Saturday, and Sunday 12:00 pm -5:00 pm. The Gallery 360 is free and open to the public. Viewing from the corridor is encouraged during all business hours.

Opening Hours

Monday 11am - 5pm
Tuesday 11am - 5pm
Wednesday 11am - 5pm
Thursday 11am - 5pm
Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturday 11am - 5pm

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What hours is the Gallery open for viewing the Facing Humanity exhibit? I did not see hours on the website or this exhibit listed there.