Gallery 360 Exhibitions

Gallery 360, located on the first floor of the Curry Student Center (enter through the Curry Student Center or Ell Hall), is Northeastern University’s contemporary art project space, and a resource for teaching, learning and programming across curricula. It is curated by Amy Halliday, Director of the Center for the Arts.


Upcoming and Current Exhibitions

February 15 – April 11, 2021

Dream Boston

In early April 2020, in the midst of a devastating pandemic, The Huntington Theatre asked a group of playwrights to write a short audio play set at a specific location or landmark we long to gather at, with the people...


Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Gallery 360 is currently only open to Northeastern students, staff and faculty.

Special external visitation* requests on a case-by-case basis can be made 1-2 weeks in advance of a requested visit (email [email protected]), and are subject to review by the provost’s office.

*We encourage external visitors to explore our new 360 degree virtual tours of our exhibitions, as well as free virtual programming offered through the Center for the Arts.


Please help us #protectthepack by:

Wearing a mask (as at all times on campus)

Entering and exiting as per the new, uni-directional signs in the Gallery

Staying aware of social distance between you and other Gallery visitors

Waiting outside if the capacity limit (6 people, including student worker) has been reached

Sanitizing your hands at the sanitation stations at the entrance and exit

Past Exhibitions

October 1, 2020 – January 31, 2021

Tracing Absence

We live in an age of information: economic and social relations are increasingly digital, dispersed, disembodied, and data-driven. If the internet once held out a democratic promise of access and full disclosure, today truth, meaning, and authenticity seem ever harder...

January 29 – April 5, 2019

Against a Sharp White Background

Through performance, video, and collage works, Helina Metaferia engages with the exclusionary narratives of western (art) history. Refiguring found materials and interrupting canonical artworks, she reclaims space in art history for under-recognized and marginalized women and artists of color.

November 4, 2019 – January 19, 2020

Citizen Artists

The term “citizen scientist” has become increasingly popular with the rise of DIY and crowdsourcing culture, where volunteer citizens can expand the capabilities and reach of scientists for the creation of larger and more comprehensive studies. Thanks to new apps...

Through October 27, 2019

Cuba: Detrás del Bloqueo/Behind the Blockade