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.
Since 1900, stop-motion animation has been a pillar of cinema. Today, it is dying out. The technique has been integrated into movies for decades, including scenes like the battle of Hoth in Star Wars’ “The...continue reading
Two Berklee music students sat on Boylston Street at a piano “just playing around” with Mary Had a Little Lamb, which easily transitioned into a performance of their original song Happen to Know. Natalie Duffy...continue reading
Let’s play Word Association. When I say Olympics, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Sports? Medals? Games? Not for me. I think figure skating. Clean lines, talented skaters, and over-the-top glitzy costumes...continue reading
Based on the first novel in Veronica Roth’s best-selling trilogy, Divergent is Hollywood’s latest young-adult (YA) adaptation of a post-apocalyptic female-centered book series. Sound familiar? This film has been viciously compared to the other...continue reading
Sitting in front of a computer at Snell on a rainy Saturday, Northeastern student Dmitri Hunt has two tabs open: the syllabus for one of his classes; Embedded Design: Enabling Robotics; the other is the...continue reading