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Red Wall Art Gallery

Red Wall Art Gallery

The Resorts World Red Wall Art Gallery was created in 2012 to showcase work by aspiring and local artists, photographers and textile makers, in conjunction with community arts organizations. The Red Wall Art Gallery is an extension of our commitment to support economic development in the community, and to work with local cultural organizations to expose arts and culture to our audience. The gallery, located in a prime viewing area on two floors of the casino, can be viewed by more than 10,000 visitors per day.

For the opportunity to be showcased in this unique gallery space, please send a proposal and work sample to media@rwnewyork.com.

Fantasy in Arts & Quilts
September - October 2018 

Nine artists and quilters joined together to form a collective group to present the Fantasy in Arts & Quilts exhibit. The featured artists discovered their niche and are compelled to share their passions through quilts, paintings and mosaic tile art. Their hope is that this exhibit will excite and inspire viewers to spark conversations between strangers.

Carnival in the City
August - September 2018

The Carnival in the City exhibit returned for another year featuring photography of the West Indian Carnival. The annual event unites millions of visitors in Brooklyn from Caribbean islands, Southern and Central American countries. A popular aspect of Carnival is J’Ouvert, the predawn celebration at the commencement of Carnival. The exhibit was in support of the NYC campaign “We Are J’Ouvert,” which promotes cultural awareness and anti-violence.

Summer in the City
June - July 2018 

Queens Centers for Progress is a major provider of services for people with developmental disabilities throughout Queens and the New York metropolitan area. The agency currently provides an array of services to more than 2,000 people and their families. The Summer in the City exhibit featured paintings and drawings by over 20 of their art students.

Emmett Wigglesworth 
May 2018 

 Mr. Wigglesworth is a muralist, painter, sculptor, fabric designer and poet who has been creating for over six decades.  He has also designed and illustrated several books and magazines for various publishing companies. The Emmet Wigglesworth exhibit is in collaboration with the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL).

Spring into Queens 
April - May 2018

In partnership with the Queens Botanical Garden, this exhibit features vivid photographs by QBG staff member Wai Li and former staff member Shari Romar. The works represent the diverse and beautiful flora and fauna that can be found at the Garden. 

A Queens View
Febuary - March 2018 

Now in its 13thseason, the South East Queens Camera Club is a place for individuals to explore their interest of the art. Throughout the year, the club offers extensive educational programs and activities as well as lectures of distinguished photographers designed to engage photographers of all skill levels. This exhibit is the photographers’ interpretation of the borough of Queens. 

Blooming Fortune 
January - Febuary 2018

Flowers blossom is a traditional composition in Chinese paintings especially during the Lunar New Year; it means fortune comes with blooming flowers. .The Lunar New Year exhibition, in partnership with the Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, features nine renowned Shanghai artists.

Howard Beach Senior Center Paintings 
October 2017

In partnership with the Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens and the New York City Department for the Aging, we present the Howard Beach Senior Center Arts exhibit. For over 10 years the art program, led by Virginia Burstein, has given seniors the opportunity to express their life experiences through their art.

Carnival in the City
August 2017

The Carnival in the City exhibit explores the history of costumes, traditions and arts and culture of the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn, and honors the rich artistic history of the Carribbean. 

An Ode to Dad
June 2017

In honor of Father’s Day, Resorts World Casino New York City partnered with the Southeast Queens Camera Club (SEQCC) to present the “Ode to Dad” exhibit, celebrating fatherhood in the community. SEQCC, a nonprofit organization, was founded in 2005 by community members who had a desire to share their knowledge and love for photography. 

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refugee Photography 
April 2017

Celebrating Environmental Awareness Month, the Red Wall Art Gallery showcased  photographs from the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.  The exhibit featured several photographs of wildlife from the refuge captured by the Bay’s Guardian, Don Riepe. The Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge is a part of the Gateway National Recreation Area and is one of the most significant bird sanctuaries in the Northeastern United States. 

Chantal Geese
March - April 2017

Chantal Geese’s paintings were featured as a celerbration of Women’s History MonthChantal moved to New York City in the 1980’s where she discovered her talent for art. Her big break came when Paramount Pictures featured her unique artworks in various top films including Boomerang and A Bronx Tale. Many of her pieces can also be seen in various restaurants throughout NYC. 

Chinese Calligraphy 
January 2017

To celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, a calligraphy exhibit by artists of the North American Chinese Calligraphy Association (NACCA) was shown at the Red Wall Art Gallery in partnership with the Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning. Guests were also able to experience a live calligraphy writing demonstration by artists Liu, Yunqiang (劉雲強) and Sheng, Xinde (沈新德).  

'Tis the Season 
December 2016 - January 2017 

The ‘Tis the Season exhibit featured vibrant photography by Dominick Totino, showing holiday traditions across multiple cultures including Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas and New Year’s Eve. 

Life Reimagined
November 2016

The exhibit features artwork completed by a diverse group of residents of the Pomonok Senior Center located in Flushing, Queens. Pomonok is a program serviced through Queens Community House, a modern interpretation of the traditional settlement house.