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Opening exhibition at spark Gallery


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Join us for the opening of the student-run spark Gallery this Wednesday, featuring prints, paintings, and installations by Mea Duke, Ryan Leitner, and Robert McCann. Read More →

#CAMD Photos of the Week


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After record highs on New Year’s Eve, winter has finally arrived in Boston. See how the CAMD community is reacting to the weather. Read More →

Who Guided the Debate in Ferguson?

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CAMD professors Sarah Jackson and Brooke Foucault Welles researched how social media impacted the Ferguson media coverage. Read their findings. Read More →

CAMD Playlist: Green Line Records


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See what tracks our on-campus label, Green Line Records, included on this week’s CAMD Playlist! Read More →

Visualizing Data on Mass Shootings


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Graduate student Lia Petronio has analyzed decades of data about mass shootings in the United States, creating interactive visualizations that incorporate date, location, and suspected motive. Read More →

Creating the Stages of Tomorrow


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From directors to actors, stage managers to dramaturgs, read about how these theatre alumni got from Northeastern to where they are now. Read More →

Deseriis’ New Publications


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Celebrate the publication of CAMD faculty Dr. Marco Deseriis’ new book, Improper Names, this Wednesday in Snell Library! Read More →

Professor Miller’s Winning Photo


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Professor Dennis Miller exhibited his talent by winning Imaging Resource’s Photo of the Month. Congrats! Read More →

Music “CSI” Professor Hichborn


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Professor Hichborn’s company, Records on the Wall, got him the name “CSI of the Music Business.” Read more to find out why! Read More →


  • All graduate architecture students are welcome to Common Ground, a new monthly lecture series. This week, Nina Chase comes to discuss her roles in design. Free pizza is included! Friday, February 5 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Join us for [sound icon], which features two works by Hans Abrahamsen, “Winternacht” and “Schnee” (or snow). Abrahamsen will also be at the performance for a mid-concert interview. Friday, February 5 at 8 p.m.
  • Phantasmal Espionage, an exhibition by Jamal Thorne, will be opening this month at Kingston Gallery. His work features large-scale monochromatic drawings that explore themes of hidden malice and despair. Friday, February 5 at 5:30 p.m.
  • Art and biology come together in Marta de Menezes’ discussion on how the biology laboratory can be considered an art studio. Learn how biological research inspired Menezes’ works on Friday, February 5 at 4:30 p.m.
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