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.
Before seeing the production Antigone produced by Northeastern students, I had a general understanding of Sophocles’ play. It was on-par but yet different than what I imagined and interpreted “Antigone” to be. A play originally...continue reading
Envision water hitting a solid object, droplets scattering in a dozen directions and light being reflecting from all angles. Iris van Herpen captured that moment, and shaped it into a dress. This was the beauty...continue reading
Boston Ballet, under Finnish artistic director Mikko Nissinen, opened its 2017-18 season Nov. 3 at the Boston Opera House with mixed performance of traditional and contemporary dance. The night also celebrated Finnish work, the 100th...continue reading
That was a helluva rush. Director Ron Howard weaves an exhilarating, in-depth recounting of the events of the 1970s Formula One rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda, managing to avoid many of the trappings...continue reading
“Dead Man’s Cell Phone” followed a curious and caring woman as she interjected herself into the life of a dead man. Northeastern University Department of Theatre’s production of “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” directed by Jonathan...continue reading