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Arte Latino Now

Arte Latino Now exhibits the works of Latino artists selected by national competition. The show highlights the diverse cultural and artistic contributions of...

Holiday Books & Coffee Featuring Best-Selling Author Mary Alice Monroe

Our annual holiday season kick off this year features New York Times bestselling-author Mary Alice Monroe. Monroe has authored more than 20 novels, including...

Rex Sculpture in front of Levine Center

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about organizations, possible internship opportunities and various career paths as Queens students present on their...

The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical presented by Actor's Theatre of Charlotte

You asked for it! The lovable, zany residents of Armadillo Acres are back! While preparing to decorate for a holiday contest, a new Scrooge-like resident...

Moravian Love Feast

Please join us in this long-standing tradition at Queens, consisting of readings from scripture, singing of Christmas carols and beautiful music from the...

Art Exhibition: "A Citizen of No Nation"

The series, A Citizen of No Nation, is one woman’s visual reconstruction of her family genealogy and exploration of the dichotomy of being descended from...

World Within Worlds Within Worlds: A Brief Introduction to Contemporary Comics Studies

Comic books and graphic novels tell stories about superheroes, adventurers, and people just like us, but we’re only beginning to really learn how to read...

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill presented by Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte

Philadelphia, 1959. Billie Holiday is giving one of her last performances, a riveting portrait of the lady and her music mere months before her death. This...

Wine and Wisdom Series

Rabbi Judy Schindler invites you to come out to the Selwyn Pub for study and socializing. Bring a friend, grab a glass of iced tea or wine, and enjoy...

Artist Lecture: "A Citizen of No Nation"

Toni Lovejoy’s recent work, A Citizen of No Nation, explores the issues of slavery and its ongoing impact in our society. It is her visual reconstruction of...

Coser y Cantar (A Play): Dolores Prida

Delores Prida’s play Coser y Cantar examines the concept of identity experienced by those of us that live on the fence between two identities in the United...

TWIST Community Kick Off Breakfast

This year's TWIST community kick off breakfast features Carson Tate, MSOD, author and consultant. Recognized as a thought leader in personal productivity...

Witherspoon Lecture: Anil Singh-Molares

The Witherspoon Lecture investigates the ethical, moral, and religious implications of advancements in society. This year's speaker is Anil Singh-Molares. ...

Seeing Israel through a Jewish and Christian Lens

Rabbi Judy Schindler and Reverend Nancy Ellett-Allison are teaching a spring community course on seeing Israel through a Jewish and Christian lens. This...

TWIST Conference for Women in Leadership

A conference with a TWIST. Each year the TWIST team creates an out-of-the-ordinary experience that gets real about issues women face at work. Immerse...

David Johnson: "Refocusing Our Perspective on the Developing World"

Come listen to stories and view photographs that will refresh your perspective on the potential that lies within girls and women living in global poverty....

Music & Medicine: A Dynamic and Transforming Partnership                   Speaker: Deforia Lane

The integration of music and medicine is increasingly prominent in healthcare. Explore how hospitals and music therapists are working together to improve...

Student Music Recital

Come out to support our Royals as they showcase music repertoire they have been working on.

Eboo Patel Lecture

Please join us for an evening with Eboo Patel, founder of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC). The IFYC collaborates with universities and colleges across the...

Molly Springfield '99 Exhibition: The Marginalia Archive

Alumna Molly Springfield's The Marginalia Archive is an interactive installation examining relationships between readers and texts. The source material -...

An Evening with Sutton Foster

Sutton Foster is an award-winning actor, singer and dancer who has performed in 11 Broadway shows and originated roles in the Broadway productions of The...

Arts Faculty Collaborate

Experience faculty interdisciplinary work as you explore our new Gambrell Center for the Arts and Civic Engagement. Discover the bridge between sound and...

High School Choral Invitational

Outstanding high school choral ensembles from Charlotte join the Queens Chamber Singers on stage for an evening of fine choral music. We will get a glimpse...

Cost of Living presented by Actor's Theatre of Charlotte

Examine privilege and human connection through two pairs of mismatched individuals: a former trucker and his recently paralyzed ex-wife; and an arrogant...

Friends of the Library: Conversations with the Authors

Conversations with the Authors is a cocktail reception and author presentation held in Burwell Hall. This evening event is a part of the annual Friends of...

Friends of the Library: Book & Author Luncheon

This annual Friends of the Library event features bestselling authors. It begins with a wine reception followed by a luncheon with presentations by the authors.

The Bechtler Ensemble

The Bechtler Ensemble brings you the lush sounds of string trios from Kodaly to Schubert. Educational, inspiring and fun.

5th Annual Literary Gathering – Lope de Vega

A night of original short stories, poems, prose, songs and sonnets inspired by themes and topics explored in the works of Lope De Vega. For more information...

An Evening with The Cousteaus

Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of French ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, his daughter Celine Cousteau and son Fabien Cousteau are committed to educating the...