The Queens College Art Center--not to be confused with either the Godwin-Ternbach Museum or the Queensborough Community College Art Gallery--has a history of hosting some of the cities most intriguing exhibitions dating back to 1960.

What You Will See

The gallery space is one of the most versatile in Queens and the art center has curated exhibitions ranging from fashion and fabric to twentieth-century photography to site-specific installation art. The gallery hosts up to five different exhibitions throughout the year, so plan on making repeat visits. The energy of one of the most diverse campuses in the country is focused by the gallery.

Why You Should Go

While it does not have the large permanent collection of the Godwin-Ternbach across campus, the Art Center is a key resource for students and faculty at CUNY Queens College and a must-see for visitors to campus. Representing one of the most diverse student bodies in the world, the Art Center cannot help but be experimental, socially conscious and daring in the exhibitions is hosts.