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.
“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
The Stock Market Crash, the Great Depression and World War II were defining characteristics of America in the 1930s and 1940s. The dispiriting ring to these events forced U.S. citizens out of their Roaring Twenties...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
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
Professional violinist Mimi Rabson is at the forefront of musical innovation, by providing an outlet for classically trained performers to express creative freedom. Rabson’s improvisational violin and cello group, Strings Theory Trio, released a CD...continue reading