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Godwin-Ternbach Museum Event: Gallery Talk with Nicole Mouriño

The Godwin-Ternbach Museum will be hosting a visiting artist lecture in conjunction with their current exhibition, Arte Cubano. Join artist and Queens College Social Practice alumna Nicole Mouriño in a discussion of works in the exhibition on Tuesday, November 19th at 4:30pm. This event is free and open to students and the public!

Alumni News: Art Event at Fort Totten by Aaron Asis

Queens College art department alumnus Aaron Asis (BFA, 2003) is creating a unique site-specific installation at Fort Totten. Fortified is a special weekend event at Fort Totten Park which consists of a series of temporary installations and public access tours to highlight the under-appreciated significance of the Battery sites at Fort Totten Park. An open access installation inside the Water Battery will include a series of overhead cords, woven through existing structural passages to encourage visitors to observe and appreciate the structural details which we planned but never completed. Guided public access within the Main Magazine and behind-the-scenes access tour of the Endicott Battery will also be provided — to highlight the truly unique characteristics and historic significance of Fort Totten.

The hope is that together, we can create a wonderful opportunity to gather and celebrate one of the most spectacular hidden treasures in the city — right here in Queens!

Fortified will be open to the public on Saturday (6/15) & Sunday (6/16) from 12pm-4pm. For more information please see the registration page, at:

Aaron Asis is an artist focused on promoting access, awareness and appreciation—throughout our built environments. Born and raised in Queens, NY, Aaron’s work explores a variety of artistic processes designed to inspire, educate, and demonstrate the power of creative collaborations – at the intersection of public interest, community engagement, and governmental coordination.

Campus Event: QC Alumnae Discussion on Successful Careers in the Arts

Sponsored by the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Godwin-Ternbach Museum will be host a talk with two QC alumnae, Dr. Lowery Stokes sims and Georgia de Havenon, where they will be discussing approaches to pursuing a successful career in the arts. The discussion is open to all interested students and will take place Tuesday, April 16th, 10:45-12:00pm at the Godwin-Ternbach Museum. We hope to see you there!

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