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.
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
Inside The Sinclair, a live-music venue and gastropub in Cambridge, the soft glow of Christmas lights illuminated the stage while fans stood in small groups, holding cups of beer. Opener Dave Dondero stood alone onstage...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
“Fashion for self-esteem,” is what 19-year-old Northeastern University student Cristina Ransom called today’s generation’s motivation to shop. Like any other college student, Ransom lives on a budget that doesn’t always allow her to shop at...continue reading
Tennesse Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire is a great classic play, and the Young Vic does it justice in their current production, filmed and broadcasted to movie theaters around the world in early October. The...continue reading