Artistry Magazine is an online magazine based at Northeastern University, aimed to connect the school through artistic expression. We showcase the works of students, faculty and alumni and review art in and around Boston.
A group of art lovers and cultural justice seekers looked to rectify the atrocity of the existence of Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s paintings in Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts (MFA). At noon on October 5, protesters marched...continue reading
Slowly one by one, audience members began to gather in front of the afterHOURS stage on Saturday evening. The venue was filled with chatter as the lights were dimmed, the performers were preparing themselves, and...continue reading
Every day, as students walk between Northeastern University’s West Village Quad and the main campus, the Top 40 tracks from pop music charts are heard from speakers outside the Visitor Center. Fifth-year student Erin Nfonoyim...continue reading
When people say, “Don’t Drake and Drive (Or You’ll End Up At Your Ex’s House), they’re not kidding. His angst is our angst. When he regrets not “wifing” Courtney from the Hooters on Peachtree Street,...continue reading
Back in 2004, Paul Haggis’ Crash earned a Best Picture Oscar by interweaving the stories of several Los Angeles residents and detailing the racial and social tensions prevalent in their lives. Director Jason Reitman tackles...continue reading