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Check out 8+ of our favorite stories and events happening this week at CAMD. To receive our weekly newsletter, sign up here.

Exploring Racism Through Theatre

No to racism

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Clybourne Park, presented by the Department of Theatre, is is a provocative look at racism in America, inspired by the classic novel A Raisin in the Sun. make sure to get your ticket soon, for this riveting play. Performances start on November 11. Read More →

ICA College Night — Free Admission

ICA College Night

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CAMD students now have free admission to The Institute of Contemporary Art, just in time for it’s first ever “College Night” on November 10. Not only that, but Northeastern is now an ICA University Member – all students and faculty get in free throughout the year! Read More →

Losing (and Regaining) Lebron


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Join Allyson Sherlock and Nicole Prowell Hart for a discussion of their crowdfunded documentary about Lebron James on November 12. Read More →

CAMD Playlist: Road Trip Vibes

Road Trip

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CAMD’s in-house designer Tom Minieri x in a colorful van this past summer. Check out some of the songs that kept him going through 14 states. Read More →

#CAMD Photos of the Week


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November might be in full swing, but we’re still enjoying some crazy warm weather. Take a look at how CAMD students are making the best of the unseasonal sun. Read More →

3D Art


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Art + Design professor Janos Stone is working on a project called Visual Information Vases, which takes photos and turns them into 3D renderings. Read an interview with Janos and check out the project here! Read More →

Spotlight Movie Review

Spotlight Screening

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Didn’t get a chance to attend the advance screening of Spotlight? Read a review of the movie by journalism professor William Kirtz. Read More →

New at CAMD: Michael Tannebaum


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“Thanks to the relatively small class sizes in the Communication Studies Department, I’m most excited about having the opportunity to work closely with students and have frequent class discussions and interactive lessons,” says Michael Tannebaum, a new post-doctoral teaching associate in the Communication Studies Department. Read More →


  • The New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians is hosting a series of presentations on November 17.
  • Tim Orwig, Ph.D., and adjunct professor for Art + Design played a large roll in adding the Berkley Common Historic District to the National Register of Historic Places
  • Congratulations to Game Design faculty Celia Pierce and Gillian Smith for their project eBee being selected for inclusion in the 2015 Indie Arcade at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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