RAW 2018: 5th Annual Photography Competition & Exhibition
The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University presents the fifth annual RAW juried photography competition. The top images will be selected for an exhibition in the Noyes Museum Galleries at The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The theme for this exhibition is "Light & Shadow: Form, Metaphor, and Culture.” Photographers may consider this theme in several ways: as the formal use of light in photography, as a metaphor (personal, spiritual, psychological, etc.), or as a representation of cultural concerns (social and political).
- DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: July 13, 2018
- EXHIBITION DATES: September 28, 2018 - January 27, 2019
- OPENING RECEPTION & AWARDS (Second Friday): October 12, 2018: 6:00-8:00pm
- APPLICATION (on SlideRoom.com)
Photos shown above - RAW 2017 finalists (left to right): 1st Place - Rachel Adams, I Want to Feel Weightless; 2nd Place - Gary Wiesner, Recessed; 3rd Place - Abigail Orme, 180 Distortion & Mysterium
PAINT HAMMONTON: 10th ANNUAL PLEIN AIR EVENT
The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University and the Hammonton Arts District are now accepting applications for the 10th Annual Plein-Air Event: Paint Hammonton. This event is widely anticipated and has attracted artists from Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia in addition to many talented New Jersey artists. The event takes place on Saturday, September 8. Painters set up their easels at locations of their choice all around town to capture the effects of natural light, quickly painting a scene before it’s gone. Judging this year’s competition is award winning artist and gallery owner Gordan Haas. $2,000 in cash awards will be awarded and all of the paintings created during the event will be included in an exhibition that starts that evening and runs through December 2 at the Noyes Museum Galleries at Stockton University’s Kramer Hall.
Second Fridays at The Noyes Arts Garage: Guest Artists and Young Artist Spotlight
The Noyes is looking to liven up our Second Friday opening receptions, and we want you to help us! At each monthly Second Friday event, we will offer a 6 ft. table of space to 2-4 lucky artists. We will provide you with the table and a black table linen. You supply the art and any display or fixtures you may require. Chosen artists will be permitted to sell their artwork at their discretion during the event. All artists working with any medium are welcome to apply - - priority will be given to Atlantic City residents. To apply, simply email your artist statement and a brief bio, along with 3-5 images of your work, to email@example.com. We will notify the selected artists 2 weeks prior to the event.
We also use this opportunity to provide young artists (ages 10 - 17) a chance to shine! Network with other artists, display your work, and gain valuable professional experience. To apply, simply email your artist statement and a brief bio, along with 3-5 images of your work, to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will notify the selected artists 2 weeks prior to the event.
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 shop in Atlantic City.
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.
IN THE COMMUNITY AND 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 southern New Jersey.
In 1966, the legislature passed and the governor signed a law creating the NJ State Council on the Arts and directing us to do all that is necessary and appropriate to: support, encourage, and foster public interest in the arts; enlarge public and private resources devoted to the arts; promote freedom of expression in the arts; and facilitate the inclusion of art in every public building in New Jersey.
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.