Welcome! The Plaza Art Gallery is open to the public, free of charge and is handicap accessible. Included in the five exhibitions presented each year are one person and/or group exhibitions, an annual Art Faculty Exhibit, a juried Art Student Exhibit and often a juried Open Competition Exhibit. The Plaza Art Gallery follows the Academic Calendar and closes for all college holidays as well as weather closings. The schedule is subject to change, please check back often for the latest updates.
The Plaza Art Gallery now has a Mobile App where you can view current exhibits and download the current questionnaire. Visit ncc.edu/galleryapp
A celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
La Borinquena is an original character and patriotic icon that debuted in 2016 in an independently published graphic novel series created and written by Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez. Her superpowers are drawn from the history and mysticism of the archipelago Boriken (Puerto Rico) and the Tainos, its indigenous people.
Edgardo has curated his personal collection of artworks from his La Borinquena series to give visitors a glimpse into the world he created that equally balances the graphic novel genre with activism and advocacy.
The exhibit at the Gallery is an inter disciplinary collaboration co-sponsored by the Hispanic Heritage Month Committee, the Human Rights Committee and the Faculty Student Association.
View the exhibit on the Plaza Art Gallery Mobile App