Noyes Museum of Art - Stockton College

The Noyes Museum of Art
of Stockton University
733 Lily Lake Road
Oceanville (Galloway TWP.), NJ, 08231
(609) 652-8848

The Noyes Museum in Oceanville
is currently closed.
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The Noyes Museum Shop
5 South Second Street
Hammonton, NJ, 08037
(609) 561-8006

Hammonton Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 1:00 - 8:00 pm
Friday: 1:00 - 8:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

The Noyes Arts Garage
Stockton University

2200 Fairmount Ave.
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
(609) 626- 3805

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Spatial Reasoning: Abstraction and Architecture from the Noyes Permanent Collection

January 22 - May 1, 2016

Why represent a building abstractly? Concept and meaning of schematized space are explored by integrating them with the space until interpretation and subject are inseparable. The mediated experience of the structure becomes part of the structure itself. This selection of works from the Noyes Permanent Collection will explore constructed space as a subject for figurative art and the impermanent perception of permanent structures.

Rae Smith: Master Pastellist

January 22 - May 1, 2016

This exhibition will showcase recent work from the 30-year career of master pastel artist Rae Smith. Smith is a representational pastel artist, specializing in landscape painting. Her work is known for its expressive, impressionistic quality. She has been exhibited in national and international exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad, and was honored with the title "Master Pastellist" by the Pastel Society of America in 1997.

Kramer Hall


Hammonton: 150 Years of Industry

March 7 – August 8, 2016

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 17 from 6:00 - 9:00 pm

The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University, in partnership with staff and faculty from Stockton's Kramer Hall, and the South Jersey Culture & History Center, presents Hammonton: 150 Years of Industry from March 7 - August 8, 2016.

Utilizing artifacts and artists' interpretations, this exhibition will showcase 150 years of local industry and progress in Hammonton. This is the first of two exhibits hosted this year at Kramer Hall to help celebrate the town's Sesquicentennial. This first exhibit will highlight artifacts, documents and photography related to the topic of industry including garments, shoes, textiles, glass, and more.

Featured artists include: Ron Ross Cohen, Jeanette DePiero, Dorrine Esposito, Suzanne Reese Horvitz, Yvonne Mucci, Marie Natale, April Schenk, Liz Wuillermin, and Mike Zambelli. The Noyes Gallery at Kramer Hall is free and open to the public.

A free reception will be held on Thursday, March 17, at Kramer Hall during Hammonton's Third Thursday.

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Art Wave: Atlantic City


The Links 47th Annual Black History Month Art Exhibit

Imagine: Featuring the work of E.B. Lewis

February 3 – March 27, 2016

Opening Reception: Second Friday, February 12 from 6 - 8 pm

This year, The Links Inc. 47th Annual Black History Month Art Exhibit will feature the work of renowned fine artist/illustrator Earl Bradley Lewis. E.B. Lewis has brilliantly illustrated over 70 children's books during his career. He has especially focused on illustrating books dealing with issues tough to relate to children, such as death, loss and love, with many of the stories set in the African-American community. Lewis' work can be found in just about any bookstore, in major private collections and in galleries throughout the United States.

Known for bringing to the area prominent black artists, this will be the third year that the Atlantic City Chapter of The Links has chosen the Noyes Arts Garage to host their Black History Month Art Exhibit. The Links, Incorporated, founded in 1946, is one of the oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of women who are committed to ensuring, enriching and sustaining the culture and the economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry. They have a membership of over 12,000 professional women with 272 chapters serving in 41 states, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Through its philanthropic arm, The Links Foundation, Incorporated, the organization has contributed more than 24 million dollars to charitable causes since its founding.


Youth Art Month Exhibition

Presented by participating members of the Educators of New Jersey

February 29 – March 19, 2016

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 5 from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

March is Youth Art Month (YAM). What is Youth Art Month?

The Council for Art Education (CFAE) administers Youth Art Month at the national level. Festivities take place annually, traditionally each March, to celebrate visual arts for grades K – 12.

The Youth Art Month Program emphasizes the value of art education for all children, encourages support for quality school art programs, and promotes art material safety. Youth Art Month also provides a forum for recognizing skills developed through visual arts experiences that are not possible in other curriculum subjects.

Visit the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University for this exciting exhibition, displaying student art work that has been created in Atlantic County and Cape May County schools.

Organized by Lisa Confora (Atlantic County YAM chair – Atlantic County Special Services School District) and Kathy Nichols (Cape May County YAM chair – Margret Mace Elementary).

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