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
“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
“How is it here in Jersey?” Brian Fallon said. “I was away for a minute.” The crowd roared in response. Fallon grinned. Fallon played a series of shows last December at Crossroads in Garwood, New...continue reading
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
The thing about New England is that the winter is brutal and it is guaranteed to start before you’re ready. Just when you think you’ve got the hang of pea coats and leather boots, it’s...continue reading