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.
Art can shapeshift—it compresses and remolds itself with the ability and inspiration of its creator. Spanish artist Pablo Picasso reflected this idea through his works, stating “one cannot truly follow the creative process except through a series.”...continue reading
For many dance-lovers, watching “So You Think You Can Dance” (SYTYCD) is the TV highlight of the summer. Some look forward most to the auditions—where they can watch some dancers make fools of themselves and...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
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
As the needle is positioned on the turntable, you’re careful not to destroy its antiquity. You anticipate the imperfect scratch that comes before the track. The partnership between the elegant piano and confident saxophone fills...continue reading