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

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7,000-seat concert hall planned as part of Resorts World casino expansion at NYC’s Aqueduct Racetrack

A plan for a concert hall at New York City’s only casino could bring superstar acts such as Katie Perry and Enrique Iglesias to Queens. The Resorts World slots parlor at Aqueduct race track is unveiling a plan Thursday in hopes of securing one of three downstate casino licenses to offer table games such as blackjack, baccarat,…

A Night Out Against Crime

 Resorts World Gives supports a Night Out Against Crime.    

Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning- 50th Anniversary Gala

Congratulations to our Vice President of Community Development, Michelle Stoddart for being honored at the JCAL 50th Anniversary Gala!


The 2nd Annual Juneteenth Festival in Roy Wilkins Park was presented by Resorts World NYC. Those who stopped by our table had the pleasure of spinning the Lucky Wheel to win a prize.

Louis Armstrong, Collage Artist

The Red Wall Art Gallery has re-opened after two years with an exciting collaboration with the  Louis Armstrong House Museum! The “Louis Armstrong, Collage Artist” exhibition features a collection of rare, never-before-seen art created by the jazz legend Louis Armstrong. Personal photographs and clippings are pieced together to form stories of his own. Some of…


Movement in Space

“Movement in Space” by Lisa D. Wade will be exhibiting on the Red Wall Art Gallery throughout the month of October. Lisa D.Wade is an emerging photographer from Queens. Wade photographed the dancers at the Vissi Dance Theater, capturing their movement and the juxtaposition of their bodies and the space surrounding them.

Local Health Heroes

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to our community, but Jamaica and Flushing Hospital’s healthcare heroes are determined to keep fighting on the frontlines. At Resorts World New York City, we honor these local health heroes by displaying their photos and stories at various locations on our gaming floor.



ArtShare for HeartShare presents “View Through a Lens” and “Pure Imagination”, two art exhibitions that highlights the talents of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The works were created by HeartShare habilitation program participants who were inspired by the beauty and expression of the world around them.


Wintercon Red Wall

Four local comic book illustrators and enthusiast join forces to create the ultimate superhero exhibition! Wintercon is Queens premier comic and sci-fi expo that will be returning to Resorts World Casino New York City for the third time. These artist are featured in the Artist Alley at Wintercon. Artist: Micheal Gianakos, McKel Supreme, Peat Vazquez,…


“Skin and Bone”

Artist Michael Gianakos presents Skin and Bone; a pyrographic exhibit that celebrates the beauty and strength of the human form and it’s perfectly, imperfect, role as a vehicle for our physical experiences. The artist essentially uses a blowtorch as a paintbrush by applying heated objects or fire directly to a wooden surface.


Summer in the City

New York is amazing as seen in the images of acclaimed photographer Dominick Totino. Mr. Totino has worked all over the world but most notably with former Queens borough presidents Claire Shulman and Helen Marshall. These images offer us a glimpse into the far-flung regions of New York. Enjoy this visual tour and the juxtaposition…


Independence Month

This month marks the 243th Independence Day of the United States of America. To commemorate, Queens Center of Progress patients created celebratory artwork depicting fireworks, the American flag and the Statue of Liberty.

Pride: LGBT (2019)

Pride: LGBT (2019)

Have no fear PRIDE is here! To celebrate Pride month, Queens Center for Progress created vibrant and eclectic artwork through the signature rainbow colors. The exhibition also included statement artwork relating to women equality and disability pride.

Goddess: The Exhibition

Goddess: The Exhibition

THNK 1994 a pop-up museum choose the Red Wall Art Gallery to debut their exhibition  “Goddess: The Exhibition”. This exhibition showcases the cult classic film “Showgirls” as an art form. “Goddess: The Exhibition” features work from up and coming artists.

People. Plants. Cultures.

People. Plants. Cultures.

Spring has arrived! April is National Garden Month and to commemorate Resorts World Casino NYC collaborated with Queens Botanical Garden. “People. Plants. Cultures” exhibition was a photo contest where locals took pictures of scenes at Queens Botanical Garden. Vibrant photos of flowers, fauna, and fun illuminated the walls of the gallery, welcoming spring.

Outstanding Women

Outstanding Women

Women’s History Month celebrates all women who made honorable contributions and achievements to our nation in the midst of adversity. In partnership with Queens Historical Society, “Leading the Way: Six Outstanding Women of Queens” introduces six exceptional women who made extraordinary achievements in their lives while living in Queens.

Music Noir

Music Noir

In observance of Black History Month, “Music Noir” by local Queens artist Jeffrey Joseph depicts famous Black American musicians who are recognized for their contributions in Hip Hop, R&B, Soul, and Pop music. Black Americans created music as a gateway to overcome the hardships they faced in American society. Some musicians included in the exhibition…

Year of the Golden Pig

Year of the Golden Pig

2019 marks the Year of the Pig, who represents happiness, good fortune, and prosperity in the year to come. In collaboration with Jamaica Center of Arts and Learning, this exhibition featured five renowned Chinese artists, who work consist of various mediums including modern calligraphy, oil, watercolor, and traditional paper cutting. This exhibit depicts images of…

Fantasy in Arts & Quilts

Fantasy in Arts & Quilts

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.

We Are J’Ouvert

Carnival in the City

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…

Summer in the City

Summer in the City

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

Emmett Wigglesworth

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

Spring into Queens

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

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…


Blooming Fortune

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.