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.
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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.

Operating as usual

In preparation for our next exhibition, we hit the road on Friday to visit the studio of Portland, Maine based artist Ju...
05/24/2021

In preparation for our next exhibition, we hit the road on Friday to visit the studio of Portland, Maine based artist Justin Levesque (One Dynamic System)! In addition to seeing his work in person for the first time, we had a chance to discuss everything from Arctic residency programs to UV monoprinting to living with hemophilia, and how these all relate to his work.

Stay tuned to see which works will be included in our next exhibition opening mid-June!

#Gallery360 #Northeastern #NUExperience #ContemporaryArt #JustinLevesque #OneDynamicSystem #PortlandArt #BlueIce #BlueEconomy #BleedingDisorders #Hemophilia

Thanks to the help of the R.J. Call Children’s Center staff and our gallery student worker Utkarsh, ‘The Children’s Cent...
05/14/2021

Thanks to the help of the R.J. Call Children’s Center staff and our gallery student worker Utkarsh, ‘The Children’s Center Museum’ is now open!

Works by students ages two to five take inspiration from geology, paleontology, astronomy, art history and more! Can you “spot” the #YayoiKusama homage? What are you most excited to see?

‘The Children’s Center Museum’ will be open to Northeastern University students, faculty, and staff through May 29. Children with work in the show and their parents are invited to visit after completing a Daily Wellness Check form at the gallery’s front desk.

📸 @aeubanks13

#Gallery360 #Northeastern #CAMD #TheChildrensCenterMuseum #NUExperience #NortheasternFamily #FutureHuskies #MuseumFromHome

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Budding artists from the Northeastern University  Russell J. Call Children's Center on campus have been hard at work all...
05/09/2021

Budding artists from the Northeastern University Russell J. Call Children's Center on campus have been hard at work all year creating their own museum!

‘The Children’s Center Museum’ exhibition opens in Gallery 360 on May 12 and will be on view through May 29. The exhibition is complete with sections for art, air and space, and natural history, which students have spent the year learning about through virtual museum tours. 🔭🗺️🏺

Says Center director Regina Nazarro: “Exhibiting the children’s work in an annual art show is a long-standing Children’s Center tradition. The art show gives the Northeastern community the opportunity to glimpse how children view themselves and their world. Art is not only a topic that children truly enjoy; it is a valuable medium through which children express themselves. Most importantly, the art show validates that the children’s hard work is to be respected and can be appreciated by an audience.”

We are thankful for the effort our young artists have put into their pieces and we hope they continue their artistic endeavours. Maybe one day we will have their art back in the gallery as part of the Northeastern Class of 2038 Senior Showcase!

📸 Photos courtesy of the Russell J. Call Children’s Center

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Northeastern’s student-run contemporary art collective, Spark has just launched their newest exhibition ‘Spark* Self-Tit...
04/30/2021

Northeastern’s student-run contemporary art collective, Spark has just launched their newest exhibition ‘Spark* Self-Titled’! ✨

Curated by Gallery 360 co-op and Spark Head Curator @aeubanks13, the exhibition features the work of ten student artists who responded to a call to reflect on the metaphorical significance of a spark. The title of the exhibition acts as a nod to the self-titled albums of musical artists making their debut into the music industry: the exhibition works similarly, introducing both Spark and featured artists to a wider audience.

The virtual exhibition can be viewed at tinyurl.com/spark-self-titled and a zine-style catalogue of the exhibition is to be released in the fall. Below is an excerpt from the exhibition description, which can be read in full on the exhibition webpage:

“The exhibition acts almost as a timeline of a formidable past merging into a sun-soaked future that is simultaneously near, yet impossibly distant. We see a range of reflections that vary based on environmental context and location in time. Sparks are fury in response to injustice; sparks are signals of unrelenting hope in the darkest of places; sparks are joyous and bold. They are warm and comforting, but can only provide so much light and heat.”

If you enjoyed seeing the works of Rachel Berkowitz, Megan Barrett, and Clay Devlin in Spark’s exhibition, you can also find their work included in the Art + Design Senior Show taking place in person at Gallery 360 and online at https://camdseniorshow.com

#Gallery360 #Spark #Sparkneu #SparkSelfTitled #CAMD #NUExperience #BostonArt #BostonArtists #ContemporaryArt #Kunstmatrix #MuseumFromHome

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Already been to the Art + Design Senior Show in Gallery 360 and want to see more student work? ‘UNSEEN’, the MFA Thesis ...
04/28/2021

Already been to the Art + Design Senior Show in Gallery 360 and want to see more student work? ‘UNSEEN’, the MFA Thesis Show for Information Design and Data Visualization & Experience Design students opens at the Center for Design in Ryder Hall on May 3!

Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design designers bring to light issues which have previously gone unaddressed, particularly those which have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Individual experience and the importance of care are central components of the students’ work and the ways in which they have approached their design solutions for challenging problems.

‘UNSEEN’ will be on view in Ryder Hall through May 16, but if you can’t make it in person or can’t wait until next week to see it, the virtual component of the exhibition is live now at https://mfashow.camd.northeastern.edu

Additionally on May 3 at 4:30 pm EST, a virtual opening reception will also be held over Zoom available through the link below

zoom.us/j/96846254974

📸 Image Credit
1. ‘Be the Light’, Yuke Li
2. ‘Seeking Queer Cyber Connection’, Lex Zarow
3. ‘Savor - A workshop for improving eating habits’, Meixin Yu
4. ‘Our Anxiety Monsters’, Nick Bergquis
5. ‘Share - Reduce and Reuse | Child Care’, Yingyin Xu

#Gallery360 #CAMD #NUExperience #ExperienceDesign #InformationDesign #DataVisualization #MFAThesis #UNSEEN #Design

Thank you to Katie Mogg (@katie.m11), a first year Northeastern University journalism major from Westchester, for the th...
04/27/2021

Thank you to Katie Mogg (@katie.m11), a first year Northeastern University journalism major from Westchester, for the thoughtful review of @furendai’s work in the ‘Dream Boston’ exhibition! Katie is the incoming deputy lifestyle editor at The Huntington News, where she’s written on topics ranging from daylight savings time to local Black-owned restaurants to the music of Lil Nas X.

Below are two excerpts from the article and a link to the full Huntington News piece:

“Although “How Race was Made?” raises many questions about the past, it still fosters feelings of hope for the future. Our society still struggles with racial justice and equality, but “How Race was Made?” is a promising visual representation of a world where both our words and actions are just and inclusive.”


“‘Future Ruin’ fosters feelings of longing for a time when we didn’t feel paranoid to step into a crowded room. The video, however, doesn’t only produce somber emotions. In fact, it embodies one of the pandemic’s most valuable lessons: appreciation. Once the pandemic eventually comes to an end, sights of artistic and cultural excellence will be much more appreciated and, hopefully, not taken for granted.”

Link to full article:
https://huntnewsnu.com/66190/lifestyle/review-furen-dai-shines-in-dream-boston-art-exhibit/

📸 Image Credit:

1. @huntnewsnu & @rubywallau
2. @rubywallau & @furendai
3. @furendai

#Gallery360 #BostonArt #NUExperience #HuntingtonNews #HuntNews #CAMD #Journalism

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Today is the day! The Art + Design senior showcase is now open for in-person viewing to Northeastern University students...
04/22/2021

Today is the day! The Art + Design senior showcase is now open for in-person viewing to Northeastern University students, faculty, and staff

Stop by any time Monday-Saturday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm to see the hard work of our graduating Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design students. Included pieces showcase a range of talent across mediums, from animation to photography to web design, sculpture, and more.

Works will also be on view online at www.camdseniorshow.com

📸 Featured Artwork:

1. Selection of senior works including ‘As the Years Pass On’, Rachel Berkowitz, 2020-2021; ‘The Unbeaten Path’, Alyssa Spaeth, 2021; ‘Art School Systems Project’, Verena Calista Irawan, 2019; ‘Art from Art’, Jonathan Bell, 2021; and ‘Itsukushima Shinto Shrine UNESCO Site, Alyssa Spaeth, 2020

2. Black and white photo series, Robert Smith, 2020; ‘Cultivating Connection’, Phoebe Lasater, 2021; ‘Works of Antoni Gaudi’, Laura Shrago, 2019

3. ‘The Unbeaten Path’; Alyssa Spaeth, 2021

4. ‘pan-gon’, Jennifer Der, 2021

5. ‘Inertia’, Daniel Bruzzese, 2021

6. ‘Horn & Ivory Gates’, Leah Novelli; ‘Des-Psych’, Megan Barrett, 2021

#Gallery360 #SeniorShow #CAMD #Northeastern #NUExperience #Design #ContemporaryArt #BostonArt #NortheasternCAMD

As sad as we were to deinstall our spring exhibition ‘Dream Boston,’ last week, we are excited to announce that the Nort...
04/21/2021

As sad as we were to deinstall our spring exhibition ‘Dream Boston,’ last week, we are excited to announce that the Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design Art + Design Senior Show opens tomorrow! 🎉🎓Check out these behind-the-scenes pics of faculty curators Doug Scott and John Kane working with students and the Gallery 360 co-op to organize and install the almost one hundred submissions!

And a special thanks to our Northeastern University colleagues in Facilities, Event Services, and Transportation for assistance with delivering display pedestals from off-site storage, uncovering outlets for media works, hanging extra ceiling panels, patching and painting between shows, and providing numerous tables for work delivery and prep.

The show will be on display in the gallery for Northeastern students, faculty, and staff through May 8. Works will also be on view online at www.camdseniorshow.com

#Northeastern #CAMD #NUExperience #ContemporaryArt #Design #Gallery360 #NortheasternCAMD #SparkNEU

Northeastern’s public art has a new digital home! 🖌️💻💥Want to learn more about the public art that caught your eye on th...
04/16/2021

Northeastern’s public art has a new digital home! 🖌️💻💥

Want to learn more about the public art that caught your eye on the way to class? Want to see a map of where all the murals are around campus? Interested in submitting an art piece of yours for a chance to have it showcased on one of the sets of elevator doors on campus? Are you a professor with a great idea for a class project looking for a potential collaboration?

You can do all this and more on the revamped website!

Keep up with public art news and get to know the art that makes our campus a unique and vibrant place at https://publicart.northeastern.edu/

Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design

#PublicArt #Northeastern #CAMD #NUExperience #ContemporaryArt #Mural #PublicArtCity #ArtinPublic #ArtinBoston

In Snell Library this week studying for finals? Between study sessions take a closer look at the doors of the elevators ...
04/14/2021

In Snell Library this week studying for finals? Between study sessions take a closer look at the doors of the elevators when going between floors! 📚💻

Students from Professor Pedro Cruz’s Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design course “Information Design Studio 2” used data visualization methods to illustrate their research findings on pandemic trends related to pet adoption, engagement with nature, changes in fitness routines, and social media posts about cooking. All four trace the ways in which human behavior has changed throughout the pandemic and serve as a reminder to #ProtectThePack

📸 Design Credit:
* “Pandemic Pet Adoption”: Tanvi Modi, Shan Wei, Dana Yao, Roseanna Yip
* “Outdoor Engagement”: Dana Bullister, Anna Campbell, Liz Cory, Daniella Fernandes
* “Cooking at Home”: Eunice Esomonu, Eric Fayad, Rachel Peterson, Leah Welch
* “At Home Workouts”: Linh Huynh, Nik Bear Brown

#NUExperience #Snell #CAMD #Gallery360 #PublicArt #ArtLift #DataVisualization #InformationDesign

The works of ten talented Northeastern photography students are available for viewing online as part of the Photographic...
04/08/2021

The works of ten talented Northeastern photography students are available for viewing online as part of the Photographic Resource Center’s 2021 Student Exhibition, with select prints also available 24/7 for in-person viewing at Panopticon Gallery through April 30!

On Friday, April 9th at 7:00pm, there will be a virtual reception featuring two of the exhibiting photographers - Dana Murtada (@danasdarkroom) and Kennedy Verse (@kennedy.verse). To support and celebrate our Northeastern peers, you can use the link below to view the online exhibition and register for this free reception:

www.prcboston.org/2021-prc-student-exhibition

This exhibition also includes student works from six other PRC member institutions: Emerson College, Endicott College, Lesley Art + Design, MassArt, School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University and Wellesley College

📸 Photo Credit - Photographic Resource Center and contributing Northeastern artists:

Dana Murtada - @danasdarkroom
Kennedy Verse - @kennedy.verse
Josie Li - @auroraoo_
Jenn Der - @jenn.der,
Silver Sheng - @silver_sheng,
Riley Robinson - @rirob
Julian Perez - @julianperezphotography
Charles Madden - @chmaddn
Sofia Bergmann - @bergs_eye
Amanda Barr - @manda.making.stuff

Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design

#Gallery360 #CAMD #Photography #MuseumFromHome #PRC #PhotographicResourceCenter #Northeastern #NUExperience #ContemporaryArt #PanopticonGallery #NortheasternCAMDphotography #MediaArts #ArtAndDesign

‘Dream Boston’ is open for in-person viewing to Northeastern students, faculty, and staff for only 4 more days! Be sure ...
04/07/2021

‘Dream Boston’ is open for in-person viewing to Northeastern students, faculty, and staff for only 4 more days! Be sure to stop by before we temporarily close to deinstall, repaint, and mount our next exhibition.

If you are a community member or unable to make it to campus, fear not! ‘Dream Boston’ will remain available to you online in 3D virtual tour form beyond April 10 at: https://camd.northeastern.edu/cfa/center-for-the-arts-exhibitions/dream-boston/

Seen ‘Dream Boston’ already? What did you think? Let us know your thoughts below 💭✍️

📸 Photo Credit
1, 3. @rubywallau for @northeastern
2. @aeubanks13

#DreamBoston #Gallery360 #Northeastern #NUExperience #ContemporaryArt #Mural #Weaving #Photography #Exhibition #BostonArts #CAMD #MuseumFromHome

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Join us in celebrating National Public Health Week on Wednesday, April 7 at noon as we explore the role of the arts in r...
04/06/2021

Join us in celebrating National Public Health Week on Wednesday, April 7 at noon as we explore the role of the arts in racial and health equity. Filmmaker André Robert Lee will speak about his work, with particular reference to the award-winning film ‘Virtually Free,’ 📽️ available for registrants to view between Tuesday and Friday using streaming information provided.

The film will be framed by a keynote presentation from André Robert Lee, followed by a panel discussion on the topic of ‘Art at the Crossroads of Health and Racial Justice’ featuring:

* Dev Luthra, Artistic Director of And Still We Rise (www.andstillwerise.us)

* Lisa Simmons, Director of the Roxbury International Film Festival

* Sid, youth ambassador for ‘Virtually Free’ (www.virtuallyfreemovie.com)

* André Lee, Director of ‘Virtually Free’ (www.virtuallyfreemovie.com)

* Rebekah E. Moore, Assistant Professor of Music and Faculty Scholar, Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research (Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design / Bouvé College of Health Sciences)

* Alisa Lincoln, Professor of Health Sciences and Sociology, Director of Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research (Bouvé College of Health Sciences / Northeastern University College of Social Sciences and Humanities)

* The panel will be moderated by Amy Halliday (@amy_s_halliday), Director of the Northeastern Center for the Arts.

Link to register for the event below:

https://northeastern.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYocOyprD8pHdb9Ma6qGtdV_sKbGwQobm3n

To learn more about Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research, check out bouve.northeastern.edu/institute-of-health-equity-social-justice-research

#Gallery360 #CenterForTheArts #NUExperience #CAMD #CSSH #NuBouve #Northeastern #RoxFilm #VirtuallyFree #IHESJR

Join us in celebrating National Public Health Week on Wednesday, April 7 at noon as we explore the role of the arts in racial and health equity. Filmmaker André Robert Lee will speak about his work, with particular reference to the award-winning film ‘Virtually Free,’ 📽️ available for registrants to view between Tuesday and Friday using streaming information provided.

The film will be framed by a keynote presentation from André Robert Lee, followed by a panel discussion on the topic of ‘Art at the Crossroads of Health and Racial Justice’ featuring:

* Dev Luthra, Artistic Director of And Still We Rise (www.andstillwerise.us)

* Lisa Simmons, Director of the Roxbury International Film Festival

* Sid, youth ambassador for ‘Virtually Free’ (www.virtuallyfreemovie.com)

* André Lee, Director of ‘Virtually Free’ (www.virtuallyfreemovie.com)

* Rebekah E. Moore, Assistant Professor of Music and Faculty Scholar, Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research (Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design / Bouvé College of Health Sciences)

* Alisa Lincoln, Professor of Health Sciences and Sociology, Director of Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research (Bouvé College of Health Sciences / Northeastern University College of Social Sciences and Humanities)

* The panel will be moderated by Amy Halliday (@amy_s_halliday), Director of the Northeastern Center for the Arts.

Link to register for the event below:

https://northeastern.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYocOyprD8pHdb9Ma6qGtdV_sKbGwQobm3n

To learn more about Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research, check out bouve.northeastern.edu/institute-of-health-equity-social-justice-research

#Gallery360 #CenterForTheArts #NUExperience #CAMD #CSSH #NuBouve #Northeastern #RoxFilm #VirtuallyFree #IHESJR

Address

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 11:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 11:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 17:00
Thursday 11:00 - 17:00
Friday 11:00 - 17:00
Saturday 11:00 - 17:00

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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.