The Noyes Museum Mission
Building upon the core of the Fred and Ethel Noyes Collection, The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University provides the southern New Jersey region an opportunity to learn about, explore, and experience the arts.
The Noyes Museum Vision
The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University will be recognized for creating a thriving cultural environment for experiencing the arts in the southern New Jersey region.
Noyes Museum of Art733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ 08231
Opened in 1983, The Noyes Museum of Art was the vision of local entrepreneurs Fred W. and Ethel (Lingelbach) Noyes, Jr. who were avid art and antique collectors. Fred was also an academically trained artist and produced many works that reflect his love of southern New Jersey's natural features. His art and personal collection of vintage bird decoys are now a part of the Museum’s vast permanent collection of 19th to 21st century fine and folk art.
As the sole fine art museum in the region, The Noyes Museum maintains our founders’ dedication to preserving, highlighting, interpreting, and celebrating the arts. Currently, four galleries in the Noyes Museum change seasonally to present the finest contemporary and historic artwork in a variety of media. The Museum boasts a serene lakeside setting adjacent to the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge and is located minutes from downtown Atlantic City and dining and shopping at Historic Smithville Village.
Stockton University Collaborates with Noyes Museum of Art
In 2010, The Stockton University entered into a collaboration with the Noyes Museum of Art that is beneficial to students and enthusiasts of the arts, as well as the University, Museum and the entire southern New Jersey region. Stockton, with a longstanding commitment to the arts and humanities, provided significant renovations and upgrades to support an expanded array of educational opportunities, events, exhibits and performances at the nearby Noyes Museum. Stockton is home to one of the area’s top Performing Arts Center, and has its own art gallery; its Visual Arts program is also growing and a new Bachelor of Fine Arts degree has recently been added. Through Communications Studies, Historical Studies, Language and Culture Studies, Literature and Philosophy, Stockton is serving the Arts and Humanities in southern New Jersey. The partnership with the Noyes Museum is a natural extension of Stockton’s commitment to the area’s cultural scene.
Noyes Gallery at Seaview
401 South New York Road, Galloway, NJ 08205
The Noyes Gallery at Seaview Resort is located just moments down the road from The Noyes Museum of Art in Oceanville. This 2,500 sq. ft. satellite gallery highlights selections from the Noyes Museum's collection, and work by regional artists. The Noyes Gallery at Seaview is free and open daily to the public. It is located adjacent to the Golf Shop at Seaview Resort, (855) 894-8698.
The Noyes Museum Shop in Hammonton
5 South Second Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037
The Noyes Museum of Art opened this satellite exhibition space in 2008 on South 2nd Street in Hammonton, NJ. The Noyes Museum Shop in Hammonton highlights and sells original artwork, fine jewelry, and ceramics by regional artists; it also offers premium custom framing. The space allows The Noyes to better serve the population in the western Atlantic, Burlington, Cumberland, Salem and Camden Counties.
The Noyes Gallery at Kramer Hall in Hammonton
30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037
The Noyes Gallery at Kramer Hall in Hammonton is the newest addition to the vibrant Arts District in Downtown Hammonton, and The Noyes Museum’s satellite exhibition spaces. The Noyes Gallery showcases artwork from both New Jersey artists and Stockton students, in exhibitions that change quarterly throughout the year.
The Noyes Arts Garage Stockton University
2200 Fairmount Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
The Noyes Arts Garage Stockton University is the cornerstone of the new Arts District in Atlantic City with a mission to promote education, provide resources for emerging artists, and enrich the community. The Arts Garage houses 15 artist studios, galleries, shops, a café, a flexible classroom space, and hosts special events throughout the year. It includes a 1,200 square ft. satellite gallery of The Noyes Museum of Art, and is the new home of the African American Heritage Museum and Atlantic City Arts Center. Stroll through the galleries and shops, stop for a bite to eat at the Atlantic Café, and enjoy convenient parking in the heart of Atlantic City adjacent to Tanger Outlets, the Convention Center, Boardwalk Hall and Dante Hall Theater.
Phone: (609) 626-3805
General funding is provided by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Arts; the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Winslow Noyes Foundation; Stockton University; the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation; the Odessa F. and Henry D. Kahrs Charitable Trust and the ShopRite LPGA Classic. The Noyes Museum received funding through a grant from the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel & Tourism.
Mailing Address: 733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ 08231
Main Telephone Number: (609) 652-8848
General Email Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Cagno, Executive Director, 609.652.8848 ext. 302
Sara Gendlek, Assistant Director, 609.652.8848 ext. 308
Saskia Schmidt, Director of Education, 609.652.8848 ext. 303
Jillian Schratz, Front of House Manager, 609.652.8848 ext. 301
Kate Catanio, Administrative Assistant, 609.626.3805
Sarah Lacy, Assistant to the Curator, 609.652.8848
Shana Zimnoch, Assistant to the Director, 609.652.8848 ext. 301
Rita Castillo, Assistant to the Director, Hammonton, 609-561-8006
Meriel Stein, Assistant to the Curator, 609.652.8848
Simone Cimone, Retail Consultant, 609.626.3805
Kristina Cagno, Retail Consultant, 609.626.3805
Bob Stephan, Facility Manager, 609.652.8848 ext. 307
Lee Rothblatt, Bookkeeper
James Murray, Groundskeepers/Security
2015/2016 The Noyes Museum Board of Directors
Dr. Lewis Leitner, President
Nestor Smith, 1st Vice President
Judy Courter, 2nd Vice President
Martin Klein, Treasurer
Bill Parker, Secretary
Eileen Conran-Folks, Ex-Oficio
Mark Blum, Charles A. Bryant, Jr., Peter A. Caporilli, Anthony J. Coppola, Robert Gregg, Dr. Lisa Honaker, Suzanne Horvitz, Michael Hyett, Esq., Charles Kramer, Christine McCullough, Kate Nearpass Ogden, Dot Saatkamp, Andrew Stegan, Thomas J. Sykes
For more information on The Noyes Museum of Art contact the Executive Director by calling 609-652-8848 ext. 302 or by clicking here.