Northeastern Gallery 360

Northeastern Gallery 360 Gallery 360 is a contemporary art project space and learning lab that generates innovative, interdis

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.

Thanks to all who stopped by for our study break today! Happy   and good luck with finals, everyone👏________
12/07/2023

Thanks to all who stopped by for our study break today! Happy and good luck with finals, everyone👏

________

Finals stressing you out? Join us next Thursday, December 7 for a   study break from 1 to 3pm! We'll have coffee, hot ch...
11/30/2023

Finals stressing you out? Join us next Thursday, December 7 for a study break from 1 to 3pm! We'll have coffee, hot chocolate and baked goods to enjoy.

Come ground yourself and check out "Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies" before we close for winter break!

"Accessibility of archives was always a goal for the project," says Aaron McIntosh, "which is in a small way to help bri...
11/29/2023

"Accessibility of archives was always a goal for the project," says Aaron McIntosh, "which is in a small way to help bridge the gaps between older generations and younger qu**rs, which have become so glaring and challenging.

"The project is a tangible way to actually show participants archive images on kudzu leaves, something that they could touch and could have a different relationship to than photos on a screen, or something that you need to make an appointment for months in advance and travel to. Sharing q***r history with southerners across the South is an important solidarity-building aspect.

"And I like that it’s always stories from the past and stories from the present commingling in this kudzu vine. Things are in a constant state of living, dying, and being together, side by side."

Thank you to Kendall DeBoer for the lovely interview with Aaron McIntosh! Now published on Boston Art Review:

Aaron McIntosh discusses his political and speculative quilts that experiment with q***r visibility and archives, subversive textiles, and Southern weeds.

📣 Holiday hours: 📣 Gallery360 will be closed from Wednesday, November 22 - Sunday, November 26 for Thanksgiving. We hope...
11/20/2023

📣 Holiday hours: 📣 Gallery360 will be closed from Wednesday, November 22 - Sunday, November 26 for Thanksgiving.

We hope everyone has a good mini-break!

Thanks to Northeastern Global News for visiting! "Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies" is our first cross-campus exhibition, ...
11/17/2023

Thanks to Northeastern Global News for visiting! "Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies" is our first cross-campus exhibition, and we were delighted to partner with City & Community Engagement on this one.

The show is on view at Northeastern Crossing in addition to .

Read the story here:

Gallery 360's latest exhibition explores the colonial links between land and bodies –– and how artists are using them to imagine new futures.

"Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies" is officially open! Stop by the gallery for our regular hours of Monday - Saturday, 11a...
11/16/2023

"Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies" is officially open! Stop by the gallery for our regular hours of Monday - Saturday, 11am-5pm to check out the new show. ⁠

Tonight at 6:30pm, join us at the gallery for a reception with the Theater department.

As part of our community night organized by City and Community Engagement, we are offering 25 (free!) tickets to non-NU community members who are interested in attending a showing of “The Moors."⁠

Register to claim a ticket and join us at bit.ly/NUCommunityNight ⁠

More about "The Moors:" This play plunges us into the very serious world of the Brönte sisters: grand houses, traditional families, England in the 1800s. Wait— what? Nobody in The Moors talks like that, and there’s barely a house— we can’t even tell what room we’re in, or who the maid is. How did Wuthering Heights get to be funny? The only constant is turmoil as passionate women conspire to take control of their own lives. Emotions and desires run high, especially for the most introspective of all the characters: the dog.⁠
_______⁠

Artwork pictured: Joiri Minaya. Container #6, 2020 from Containers series, 2015-2020. Archival pigment print on Epson Legacy photography paper, 40 x 60 inches. Courtesy of the artist.⁠

Photo credit: Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University.

Install has been busy, but we're adding the final touches now! Thank you to the Northeastern Sign Shop and art handler J...
11/15/2023

Install has been busy, but we're adding the final touches now! Thank you to the Northeastern Sign Shop and art handler Julian MacMillan for all your help.👏 ⁠

"Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies" opens tomorrow. We can't wait to share it with you! ⁠
_______⁠

We're thrilled to announce our upcoming exhibition! Opening on Thursday, November 16, "Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies: D...
11/13/2023

We're thrilled to announce our upcoming exhibition!

Opening on Thursday, November 16, "Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies: Decolonizing Ecological Encounters" brings together an international group of artists whose work generates productive conversations about sovereignty, sustainability, gender identity, and labor rights, and paves speculative, reparative pathways toward equitable futures and safe living environments.

Historically, colonial enterprises have violently linked land- and water-scapes with the bodies of women and femmes, q***r people, and people of color in order to dehumanize them. But these artists have found ways to meaningfully appropriate these connections as acts of resistance that articulate new futures and magnify marginalized histories. Refusing the colonial gaze, they are reclaiming the earth as a medium and engaging collaboratively across creative practices to magnify the glaring and inextricably linked stakes of climate and colonialism.

Presenting the work of Farah Al Qasimi, Beatriz Cortez, micha cárdenas, Tessa Grundon, Joiri Minaya, Ada M. Patterson, Wendy Red Star, and Himali Singh Soin across four thematic sections, the exhibition seeks to imagine possibilities for a decolonial future, shaped by networks of care, kin, and reciprocity.

Fluid Matters, Grounded Bodies is Gallery360's first cross-campus exhibition presented in partnership between the Center for the Arts and City & Community Engagement. Additional works as part of the exhibition are on view at Northeastern Crossing, the University’s space for the on-campus and off-campus communities to come together. Visitors are encouraged to continue exploring the exhibition at the Crossing.

Learn more: https://camd.northeastern.edu/event/fluid-matters-grounded-bodies-decolonizing-ecological-encounters/

The exhibition was first presented in 2022 at The Gallatin Galleries at NYU. The presentation at Gallery 360 is organized by the original curatorial team in collaboration with Gallery 360 staff.
_______

Pictured: Joiri Minaya, Container #6, 2020 from Containers series, 2015-2020, Archival pigment print on Epson Legacy photography paper, 40 x 60 inches, Courtesy of the artist

We'll give you a hint for our next exhibition: it's a group show of international artists. Can you recognize any of thes...
11/11/2023

We'll give you a hint for our next exhibition: it's a group show of international artists. Can you recognize any of these works?

We've been hard at work with install this week and our next exhibition opens on November 16.

Stay tuned for the announcement, coming soon👀

Did you know that Northeastern Archives and Special Collections  has one of the most extensive collections of Boston's A...
11/10/2023

Did you know that Northeastern Archives and Special Collections has one of the most extensive collections of Boston's Asian American history?

To learn more about these records, join the Center for the Arts with the Asian Studies Program next Friday on November 17 for the inaugural Asian American studies symposium: “Remember! Asian Americans and the Archive."

A pop-up exhibit will feature materials from the Asian American Resource Workshop collection.

Register here:

Who remembers, and how?

We are looking for student and community submissions about what food means to you! Join our co-op student Olivia Olson-R...
11/06/2023

We are looking for student and community submissions about what food means to you! Join our co-op student Olivia Olson-Roberts in creating a limited-run publication about food, culture, and art. The goal of this project is not only to understand the representation and materiality of food but to uncover new ways of thinking about food as art.

An honorarium will be offered to all selected participants. Poems, stories, memories, essays, and recipes are just a few examples of possible submissions. Each submission should be around 300 words and relate to you personally! New work is encouraged, not required.

If you are interested in participating, please email [email protected] before Monday, November 20th.
________

Thanks to all who joined for our "Q***r Materials in Q***r Hands" panel last week! ❤️🧡💛💙💚💜 It was incredibly special to ...
10/27/2023

Thanks to all who joined for our "Q***r Materials in Q***r Hands" panel last week! ❤️🧡💛💙💚💜

It was incredibly special to learn from Joan Ilacqua, Paul Soulellis, Aaron McIntosh, and K.J. Rawson, and so cool to see how their projects with ***rArchives overlap and intertwine.

ICYMI: the event recording is available here: https://vimeo.com/878709674?share=copy

We so enjoyed the 🌈 Quilting Bee 🌈 with Aaron McIntosh & the LGBTQA Center last week! Stay tuned to see where the final ...
10/26/2023

We so enjoyed the 🌈 Quilting Bee 🌈 with Aaron McIntosh & the LGBTQA Center last week! Stay tuned to see where the final quilt(s) end up 👀⁠

Photos c/o Maianh Tran

On Thursday, November 2 at 5pm, we'll be holding our final CFAConversation with Heesoo Kwon!⁠Kwon is currently exhibitin...
10/24/2023

On Thursday, November 2 at 5pm, we'll be holding our final CFAConversation with Heesoo Kwon!

Kwon is currently exhibiting her work at the Mills Art Museum exhibition "Art+Process+Ideas," and we are lucky to welcome her to Northeastern's Boston campus! ⁠

Event details are below ⬇️ register at the link in our bio! 🔗⁠
~⁠

📅 Thursday, November 2⁠
📍 Center for Design, 180 Ryder⁠
🗣️ Featuring Heesoo Kwon (California College of the Arts) + Clareese Hill (Northeastern University)⁠
🤝 Co-organized with Asian American Studies with support from the South Korean Initiative Fund + co-sponsored by Center for Design⁠
⁠⁠
Heesoo Kwon (b. 1990, Seoul, South Korea) is an Assistant Professor in the Animation department at California College of the Arts. Positioning herself as an artist, activist, archivist, anthropologist, and religious figure, Kwon builds feminist utopias in the digital realm that liberate one from personal, familial, and historical trauma rooted in patriarchy. Central to her practice and substantial bodies of work is Leymusoom, an autobiographical feminist religion she initiated in 2017. Kwon utilizes technologies such as digital archiving, 3D scanning, and animation as her ritualistic and shamanistic tools to regenerate her woman ancestors’ lives without constraints of time and space, and to q***r her past, present, and utopian dreams.⁠

Clareese Hill is a practice-based art researcher in XR and Immersive Media at Northeastern. She explores the validity of the word “identity” through her perspective as an Afro-Caribbean American woman and her societal role projected on her to perform as a Black feminist academic. Clareese holds an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and a practice-based research Ph.D. from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London.⁠
________⁠

To celebrate the end of  , we are creating an album quilt with artist Aaron McIntosh this Friday! An album quilt is a ty...
10/17/2023

To celebrate the end of , we are creating an album quilt with artist Aaron McIntosh this Friday! An album quilt is a type of commemorative quilt made of cloth squares––each one made by a different person. We have been collecting squares over the course of the exhibition and will compile them into a quilt during our Quilting Bee on October 20th at 2:00 pm in the LGBTQA Resource Center.

Other notable album quilts include the AIDS Memorial Quilts and the Freedom Quilting Bee Corporative. Started in 1985, the AIDS Memorial Quilt is an album quilt consisting of 50,000 panels with 110,000 names of people who died of HIV/Aids. The AIDS Memorial Quilt has become an emblem of q***r culture, craft, and consciousness-raising, as well as a tribute to the legacy and power of quilting and activism in the United States.

The Freedom Quilting Bee Corporative was a quilting cooperative founded in 1966 by Black women in rural Alabama. After decades of exploitative sharecropping and racial discrimination, the cooperative allowed Black craftswomen to earn money for their communities. The group brought their quilts to a national public to raise funds that were put back into the community to secure vital resources. The Freedom Quilting Bee Cooperative offers a shining example of quilting in service to activism, financial freedom, and community empowerment in the face of adversity.
__________

***rArtist

📅 THIS THURSDAY at 5:30pm in 180 Ryder Hall! Join us for "Q***r Materials in Q***r Hands: Archives and Accessibility," a...
10/16/2023

📅 THIS THURSDAY at 5:30pm in 180 Ryder Hall!

Join us for "Q***r Materials in Q***r Hands: Archives and Accessibility," a panel discussion on archival research methods surrounding history and art.

Panelists:

🌈 Aaron McIntosh - exhibiting artist & founder of the Invasive Q***r Kudzu project

🌈 Joan Ilacqua - Executive Director of The History Project in Boston

🌈 Paul Soulellis - Founder of Q***r Archive Work and Professor at RISD

🌈 K.J. Rawson - Associate Professor of English at Northeastern & founder of the Digital Transgender Archive

Co-sponsored by the Northeastern University LGBTQA Resource Center.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/q***r-materials-in-q***r-hands-archives-and-accessibility-tickets-731199085147?aff=oddtdtcreator
__________

***rArchives

Join Gallery360 and the LGBTQA Resource Center for a panel discussion on archival research practices in LGBTQA+ history and art.

One more week to see  ! This solo show by Aaron McIntosh closes on October 21. ⁠⁠As part of our closing celebrations, we...
10/13/2023

One more week to see ! This solo show by Aaron McIntosh closes on October 21. ⁠

As part of our closing celebrations, we'll be holding three exciting programs next week in collaboration with the Northeastern LGBTQA Resource Center:

📅 October 19, 5:30pm: Q***r Materials in Q***r Hands: Archives and Accessibility ⁠

📅 October 20, 2-5pm: Quilting Bee with ⁠

📅 October 20, 5-7pm: "Entanglements" Closing Reception⁠
⁠⁠
RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/q***r-materials-in-q***r-hands-archives-and-accessibility-tickets-731199085147?aff=oddtdtcreator

Gorgeous words from tonight's   co-moderator, Sarah Kanouse. Today at 5pm! Register now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cf...
10/12/2023

Gorgeous words from tonight's co-moderator, Sarah Kanouse.

Today at 5pm! Register now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfa-conversation-ranu-mukherjee-and-sarah-kanouse-tickets-713823544437?aff=oddtdtcreator
・・・
I’m so looking forward to this afternoon’s conversation with at . I’ve loved getting to know her work over the last few weeks and look forward to discussing collaboration, intermedial exchange, and holding all the horror and beauty of the world through your work. Boston friends - today at 5 PM in the first floor of Ryder Hall on the Northeastern campus!

with .repost

Thanks to everyone who attended last week's   with Alex Callender & Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw! 📅 Our CFA Conversation with R...
10/12/2023

Thanks to everyone who attended last week's with Alex Callender & Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw!

📅 Our CFA Conversation with Ranu Mukherjee is today at 5pm - register now! ⁠
________⁠

Thanks for the feature Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and DesignGet crafty with us on October 20! At our...
10/12/2023

Thanks for the feature Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design

Get crafty with us on October 20! At our Quilting Bee, you can share your own story as you contribute a square to our collaborative quilt project.

Entanglements, the latest installation in Gallery360, blends art, history, and ecology into an exhibit showcasing the work of Aaron McIntosh, a fourth-generation quiltmaker.

Tomorrow at 5pm! 📅 In our first public program of the semester, join artist Alex Callender and art historian Gwendolyn D...
10/03/2023

Tomorrow at 5pm! 📅 In our first public program of the semester, join artist Alex Callender and art historian Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw for a with Center for the Arts Director Juliana Rowen Barton as they discuss intersections in their creative and intellectual practices, the archival impulse in contemporary Black art, and more.

This event is free and open to the public.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfa-conversation-alex-callender-and-gwendolyn-dubois-shaw-tickets-713811157387?aff=oddtdtcreator

Zoom link is here: https://northeastern.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIkcu-gqzosE9H0M1RpX-Y0xOqCFDM9iRPO

Co-sponsored by Northeastern University's Africana Studies program.
__________

Please join us next week on Wednesday 10/4 from 5-7pm at Northeastern's Cabral Center for our first   of the semester 🗣️...
09/25/2023

Please join us next week on Wednesday 10/4 from 5-7pm at Northeastern's Cabral Center for our first of the semester 🗣️ ⁠

In our first public program of the semester, join artist Alex Callender and art historian Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw in conversation with Center for the Arts Director Juliana Rowen Barton as they discuss intersections in their creative and intellectual practices, the archival impulse in contemporary Black art, and more.

Callender is a Northhampton-based artist whose practice incorporates painting, drawing, and installation to explore intersections between myth, colonial legacies, and material culture. Shaw is the Class of 1940 Bicentennial Term Associate Professor in the Department of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania.

This event is free and open to the public.

📍Event location: Cabral Center, 40 Leon Street Boston, MA 02115

This event is co-sponsored by the NU Africana Studies Program.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfa-conversation-alex-callender-and-gwendolyn-dubois-shaw-tickets-713811157387?aff=oddtdtcreator

Pictured: 1. Alex Callender, 2. Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw, 3. Juliana Barton (Photo courtesy of Sarah Milinski)⁠
________⁠

On Wednesday, October 4, we'll be welcoming Alex Callender back to Boston for our first   of the semester! We're especia...
09/19/2023

On Wednesday, October 4, we'll be welcoming Alex Callender back to Boston for our first of the semester!

We're especially thrilled to welcome Alex back to after her 2022 exhibition here, "A Place for Not Forgetting."

Register here:

Artist talk and Q&A featuring Alex Callender (Smith College) and Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw (University of Pennsylvania)

We hope you've been enjoying the craft station at Entanglements!🧵We'll be making a quilt with all these patches when the...
09/14/2023

We hope you've been enjoying the craft station at Entanglements!🧵We'll be making a quilt with all these patches when the exhibition closes — and by the looks of it, we're getting close 😊
____________

***rArtist

Artist Aaron McIntosh’s explorations of the interwoven relationship between humans and plants take shape in our exhibiti...
09/13/2023

Artist Aaron McIntosh’s explorations of the interwoven relationship between humans and plants take shape in our exhibition's title series, "Entanglements."

In these large-scale sculptures, McIntosh quilts fabricated q***r plant life over and through images from LGBTQIA2S+ archives across North America, such as this cover from The Body Politic, a Canadian–based monthly magazine on q***r activism that was published from 1971 to 1987.

The quilted sculptures are rooted in pots of compost made of reconstituted gay and le***an t-shirts, novels, and other q***r ephemera. It’s supported by metal armatures that, in addition to creating a free-standing presence for the quilts that confronts viewers, offers a scaffolding from which the botanical forms could grow and mingle with the image’s figurative forms.

About this entanglement, McIntosh asks: “How can we distort common understandings of the ‘natural’ and articulate q***rness using a spectrum of non-normative, non-reproductive sexual and gender capacities expressed in the plant world?”
__________
Pictured:⁠

Aaron McIntosh. Entanglements: Dying to Live / The Real Dirt, 2023. Digital textile print on muslin, vintage fabrics, thread. ⁠
Courtesy of the artist.⁠

Aaron McIntosh. Entanglements: Flowers at the Border / Keeping Safe, 2022. Digital textile print on muslin, vintage fabrics, thread. ⁠
Courtesy of the artist.⁠

Photos by Mel Taing.

***rArchives ***rArtist

Thanks for visiting Center for Design, CAMD Northeastern University!
09/11/2023

Thanks for visiting Center for Design, CAMD Northeastern University!

Happy first day of classes, Northeastern! Save the dates for our Fall 2023 CFA Conversations series. In this event serie...
09/06/2023

Happy first day of classes, Northeastern! Save the dates for our Fall 2023 CFA Conversations series.

In this event series, we pair working artists with faculty members for a casual conversation and Q&A on their practice.

Register today! Full details are below.

~

📅 Wednesday, October 4
⏰ 5pm
📍Cabral Center
🗣️ Featuring Alex Callender (Smith College) + Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw (UPenn)
🤝 Co-sponsored by the Africana Studies Program
🔗 Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfa-conversation-alex-callender-and-gwendolyn-dubois-shaw-tickets-713811157387?aff=oddtdtcreator

📅 Thursday, October 12
⏰ 5pm
📍Center for Design, 180 Ryder
🗣️ Featuring Ranu Mukherjee (California College of the Arts) + Sarah Kanouse (Northeastern University)
🤝 Co-sponsored by the Theater Department + Center for Design
🔗 Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfa-conversation-ranu-mukherjee-and-sarah-kanouse-tickets-713823544437?aff=oddtdtcreator

📅 Thursday, November 2
📍 Center for Design, 180 Ryder
🗣️ Featuring Heesoo Kwon (California College of the Arts) + Clareese Hill (Northeastern University)
🤝 Co-organized with Asian American Studies with support from the South Korean Initiative Fund + co-sponsored by Center for Design
🔗 Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfa-conversation-heesoo-kwon-and-clareese-hill-tickets-713825730977?aff=oddtdtcreator

Artist talk and Q&A featuring Heesoo Kwon (California College of the Arts) and Clareese Hill (Northeastern).

"Miriam Schapiro’s femmages honor the strength of a long legacy of women working with fiber and thread. They use the ico...
09/01/2023

"Miriam Schapiro’s femmages honor the strength of a long legacy of women working with fiber and thread. They use the iconography of female traditions to create visual experiences that connect women from across eras.

The artist doesn’t attempt to solve these complicated histories, nor does she suggest a universal existence for women. She instead metabolizes the very symbols and colors that patriarchal systems have assigned to women throughout history and reframes them as powerful, connecting them to form a complex, multifaceted portrait of womanhood.

This is not to say that there’s one tangible definition for womanhood—far from it. Rather, in a world where those who identify as women are so often marginalized, we can use our gender and the many complicated experiences it creates as uniting threads."

Congrats to former co-op student '25 on her recent blog post on the website! 🖊️ What a beautiful way to wrap up a summer internship 😊

https://www.mfa.org/article/2023/welcome-to-our-home
_______

Miriam Schapiro, Welcome to Our Home (detail), 1983. Oil on fabric and canvas. Anonymous gift. Reproduced with permission.

The quilt atop my childhood bed has given warmth to me and three generations of women in my family.

We love including libraries in our shows! The one for our current exhibition,  , features books about plant life, q***r ...
08/31/2023

We love including libraries in our shows! The one for our current exhibition, , features books about plant life, q***r visual culture, and quilt making 🌱 check it out! 📚⁠
__________⁠

Photo credit: Mel Taing

***rArtist

As part of his ongoing project Hot House/Maison Chaude, Aaron McIntosh catalogues what he envisions as “q***r plants”—li...
08/28/2023

As part of his ongoing project Hot House/Maison Chaude, Aaron McIntosh catalogues what he envisions as “q***r plants”—living plant forms that have co-evolved alongside human sexualities and a medical system rooted in reified social constructions of a gender binary. ⁠

"Exuberant Botanica" pulls from historical research, as McIntosh creates a series of fantastical, speculative plant forms conceived to support q***r healing. The artist renders plants in the style of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century botanical illustrations and⁠
lithographic prints to evoke and critique the power of taxonomy in scientific educational models. ⁠

McIntosh deploys both expertise and absurdity to consider what has become a precarious, uncertain future for q***r people. By speculating on the kinds of herbs we might wish were readily at hand to combat xenophobia, racism, and q***r violence, he asks: can we craft plant charms, talismans, and folk remedies to mitigate harm from a depressive unraveling of many well-established basic human rights?⁠

Image credit: Aaron McIntosh. Exuberant Botanica #7: Poaceae hirsutus, 2023. Vintage fabrics, cotton muslin, embroidery floss, thread. Courtesy of the artist.⁠
____⁠

Photo: Mel Taing

Did you know you can craft at the gallery right now? Stop by our latest exhibition to make your own quilt patch! 🧵 ⁠⁠Ins...
08/24/2023

Did you know you can craft at the gallery right now? Stop by our latest exhibition to make your own quilt patch! 🧵 ⁠

Inspired by Aaron McIntosh’s work in and Invasive Q***r Kudzu, we have all the materials you need for a DIY patch - felt cuttings, markers, even needle and thread. ⁠

At the end of the semester, we’ll be making a quilt from everyone’s work. ⁠

📅 We’re open Monday - Saturday. Stop by today to make your own! ⁠
_______⁠

Photo credit: Mel Taing

Address

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

Opening Hours

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

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Northeastern Gallery 360 posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Museum

Send a message to Northeastern Gallery 360:

Videos

Share


Other Boston museums

Show All