Noyes Museum Gallery, Kramer Hall, Hammonton
Call for Artists:
Starving Artist Fair
- Saturday, June 10, 2017
- 4:30pm - 9:30pm
- The Noyes Museum Shop, 5 South Second Street, Hammonton
The Noyes Shop in Hammonton will host its juried, outdoor art show, the Starving Artist Fair, on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The Starving Artist Fair coincides with Atlantic County’s third Annual Hammonton Food Truck Festival, which attracts over 5,000 people. Visitors will be able to fill their stomachs with delicious food and indulge their cravings for regionally made artisanal products.
- Vendor Application due May 20
- Apply by April 30 for discounted fee
Gift Shop Artist Inquiry
The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University is interested in learning more about you and your work to establish if your art is a good fit for our shops. Retail and display opportunities exist at the Noyes Museum shops in Atlantic City and Hammonton.
Artist Memberships at the Noyes Museum
The Noyes Museum has an established artist membership program with two levels, one to support emerging artists and the other to promote established artists of the region. Exhibition opportunities at the Noyes Museum’s locations in Atlantic City, Hammonton, and at Seaview Resort in Galloway, access to artist resources, and promotion through the Noyes Museum are some of the benefits of acceptance in this program.
Click here for an application instructions
In the Community & Beyond
Americans for the Arts is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.
A coalition of arts organizations and individuals that advocates at local, state and national levels for funding, support and recognition of the arts as vital to New Jersey's quality of life.
They share the goal of shining light on a community that sometimes lives in the shadows: the arts and creative culture in south Jersey.
The mission of the ACA is to revitalize and rebuild Atlantic City’s reputation and to broaden the destination’s appeal beyond a gaming area to a multi-night, year-round destination in order to drive increased visitation.
The mission of Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs is to develop countywide programs and promote public interest in local and county history, in the arts, and in the cultural traditions of the community.