Northwestern Art Review is accepting applications for dynamic new members interested in executive and staff positions! Students of all disciplines are welcome to apply. As a member of NAR, you can develop your writing and design skills while learning more about the art world. No previous experience is necessary! Students will […]
So you’re sick. You have the sniffles. You caught a bug. No matter how many different ways you come up with of saying it, you’re still lying on your roommate’s futon half the day with red eyes and a mournful expression and traipsing campus halfheartedly in sweats carrying a tissue […]
It’s here! NAR’s Fall Journal Re:CONSTRUCT responds to the world we create. Dive in and redefine!
Attention, all you sleep-deprived zombie-students hurriedly scrolling through Facebook while in line at Norbucks, anticipating your sacred cinnamon-sprinkled Pumpkin Spice Latte before Russian Lit. Attention, all you strung-out stress cases, spending your days wandering the halls of Tech with forlorn expressions, lost in an abstract world of chemistry and chaos […]
Who doesn’t feel rushed through life nowadays? Especially those of us who are a part of the media-focused, instant-gratification, plugged-in generation currently racing their way through the non-stop life of a college student (AKA, yours truly); Let’s be honest, it’s exhausting. Evidently, a lot of artists feel this way too. […]
NORTHWESTERN ART REVIEW *******DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 27th****** Call for Fall Journal Submissions Northwestern Art Review is thrilled to announce a call for submissions for its thirteenth biannual issue. NAR is NU’s hub to create, examine and discuss the visual arts, so let’s get the conversation going. The Fall 2014 edition of Northwestern Art […]
In this issue, NAR attempts to make sense of the violence, ideological conflict, and political turmoil of war through the art that depicts and preserves historical wartime sentiments. Enjoy!
Time has passed, but racism has not. Handyman and conceptual artist John Seubert, who goes by John John, pasted photographs, games, magazine and newspaper clippings of African-American people and symbols on different types of clocks in a body of artwork called “Negro Clocks.” These interactive clocks portray themes of race, […]
“We’ve become messier as an institution in that the insides of the museum have come to more reflect the outside world.” – Heidi Reitmaier, Director of Education at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA) On April 26 the MCA hosted a day-long symposium entitled, “Out There: Contemporary Practice, Art, […]