The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University offers a wide range of educational courses. See what we have to offer below:

 
 
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Spring Flower Bouquet Paint Party: April 26

Join us at the Noyes Arts Garage AC on Friday, April 26, 2pm for this spring flower bouquet paint party!

  • Taught by Leah Morgan

  • $30/person

  • Includes all supplies and instruction.

  • BYOB food and drinks!

  • Discounted $4 garage parking for guests.

More info and registration at lmorganartworks.com

 
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Pinch Pot Painting: May 4

FREE class, Ages 5 - 8: Paint your own unique pinch pot with a variety of colors and shapes. Learn how to paint on a pre-made pinch pot and take one home at the end of the session.

Taught by Kiera Bakunoff, senior arts ed student at Stockton

Stockton University Arts

 
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Chain and Charm Jewelry Class w/ Mom and Grandma: May 5

Make sentimental gifts for each other and memories to go with them! We will be working with stainless steel chain and charms and optional embellishments like tassels and beads. Each person will make a necklace, bracelet and a pair of earrings. All materials and tools will be provided and you keep everything you make. Cord will be available for anyone with metal sensitivity or allergy but stainless steel is usually considered hypoallergenic which is why I decided to use it for this class. Wine and snacks will be provided. There will be a door prize for one lucky winner!

Taught by Brandy Kamenski

 
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Watercolor Class: May 5

Have you ever wanted to try watercolor painting? Here’s your chance! Enjoy the wonderful world of watercolor in this fun and relaxing class. Beginners and explorers welcome. Each class is $30, $5 additional for supplies, including free parking in the Wave Garage.

Taught by Stephanie Segal Miller

 
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Zine Class: May 11

FREE Class, Ages 8 - 11: Learn about art in a fun and engaging way by making your own magazines. Cut paper, doodles, and collage will be involved, balancing learning about art and making a zine (a small folded booklet) of your own.

Taught by Kiera Bakunoff, senior arts ed student at Stockton

Stockton University Arts

 
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Still-Life Painting: May 18

FREE Class, Ages 11 - 14: An introduction to studio art practices and painting from real-life. Using traditional painting techniques, paint a still-life with accurate color and shading.

Taught by Kiera Bakunoff, senior arts ed student at Stockton

Stockton University Arts

 
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Art Class by Stockton student Kiera Bakunoff

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

  • Taught by Kiera Bakunoff, senior arts ed student at Stockton

  • Free

  • Oil pastel card making activity with iconic AC images theme

  • For all ages (adults and accompanied children ages 5 and up)

Call (609) 626-3805 or email education@noyesmuseum.org to sign-up

 
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Summer Art Camp: Week 1

Create art working up, down, left, and right as you explore the wonders of three dimensional art! Use a wide variety of unusual materials to build your artwork including cardboard, construction paper, recycled materials, nature items, craft sticks, and more. You will be introduced to the elements of 3-dimensional design (line, plane, space, shape) as you experience the fun of building!

 
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Summer Art Camp: Week 2

Creative fun exploring many different mediums such as colored pencils, oils pastels, acrylic and tempera paint. A variety of styles of art will be experimented with while learning about different artists. Create bold, vibrant art while painting using the technique called “pointillism,” draw with oil pastels using tiny squiggles (“squigglism!”), and many more exciting activities!

 
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Summer Art Camp: Week 3

Ni hao! During our visit to China make a “chop” (signature stamp) to sign your work; practice Chinese calligraphy on a hanging scroll; paint bamboo with ink and brush; sew a Chinese zodiac animal sachet; fold paper cranes; design a Chinese shadow puppet dragon and a Beijing Opera monkey king mask; sculpt a sticky rice panda and more! Learn a new Chinese phrase every day and even a song! On the last day, parents are invited to our gallery of art projects curated by the campers!