Arts & Culture
Learn about the lectures, festivals, and performing arts events coming to campus. We look forward to seeing you in the audience!
The exploration of art and intellect leads us into the realm of imagination, creativity, inspiration and vision. Artists and thinkers are our guides, challenging us to see in new ways. With their help, we are able to expand our minds, and ideally, our souls. They empower us to see past what is right before us. They dare us to view life through a different lens. We are able to connect.
At Queens University of Charlotte, we wholeheartedly support arts and culture in all of their forms. We invite you to delve into these creative expressions and discover a world beyond yourself--a world beyond each of us. Welcome to our world.
Opportunities for students in the arts abound. Our majors and minors in the arts provide students experience in the classroom and the studio. Students exhibit in the Max L. Jackson Gallery, join music ensembles, perform in Hadley Theater, participate in arts clubs and organizations, and edit Signet, the undergraduate magazine of art and literature. Explore our The Arts at Queens to learn more about these departments and programs.
Faculty, Alumna Recognized by CharlotteFive for Blogs
Dr. Suzanne Watts Henderson, associate professor of religion, Dr. Norris Frederick, professor of philosophy and Kris Seek '97 were acknowledged for their blogging prowess. Read More
General Hayden and Sir John Scarlett Discuss National Security at Learning Society Event
On Tuesday, The Learning Society and Queens community welcomed General Michael Hayden, former CIA and NSA director, and Sir John Scarlett, former chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service, as they discuss geopolitical hot spots and the confluence of cyber security, privacy and national security. Read More
Conceptual Era Places Emphasis on Liberal Arts
The new era we've entered-the conceptual era-shows that the STEM versus arts debate might be a false dichotomy. This era bridges the brain divide, encouraging the development of rightbrained traits that benefit left-brained fields. Read More
The Arts at Queens invites you to a Queens Theatre production, "These Shining Lives." Written by Melanie Marnich, this production is based off a true story chronicling the determination and strength of women who were sickened by radium rich paint in the 1920s watch factory where they worked. View Event