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Arts at Queens

Arts at Queens offers vibrant and international-caliber programming to our Charlotte community while creating memorable, engaging experiences for our undergraduate and graduate students that they can only get here at Queens.

“To me, Arts at Queens is the intersection of the student experience and the Charlotte community. This program housed in the wonderful Gambrell Center fosters a relationship with the art, culture, and conversations of the city (and beyond) that contribute every day to my growth as a student, musician, and community member.…” - Luke Hefner, Queens ’25

2023-2024 Season Brochure

Upcoming Events

Arts at Queens is proud to presentworld-class performers and artists as part of our acclaimed Spotlight Series. In addition to sharing their remarkable talents on stage, performers help enhance student learning through master craft classes, guest artist Q&A sessions and other inspirational experiences. Members VIP advance ticket sales starting August 7, call 704-337-2466. Public on sale for events begins August 21.

Membership Support

Our members' generous contributions lead the way for acclaimed performers and artists to come to Queens for our highly anticipated Spotlight Series programs each year and their ongoing support directly enhances student learning and exposure to the impactful performing and visual arts opportunities on our campus.


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Celebrating Charlotte's Newest Cultural Hub - The Gambrell Center

Since re-opening in 2020, the 63,000 sq ft state-of-the-art Gambrell Center has been dedicated to discovery, collaboration, and connection with the arts and the Charlotte community. 

“Queens University of Charlotte does a fantastic job embracing and supporting the power of the arts. Which in turn creates such an inclusive experience for the Queens community. The Gambrell Center and its wonderful staff work passionately to help make students like myself bring their creative art ideas from a dream to a reality. Through the support and resources offered by the Sarah Gambrell Center, students and community partnerships can create and display how influential and inspiring the Arts are to society.” - Ryan Byrd, Queens ’23


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