Third Thursday Opening Reception
Sep
21
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday Opening Reception

At September's Third Thursday, we have much to celebrate at The Noyes! Join us for the official opening of two new exhibitions at the Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall - The Lure of South Jersey: Resettlement of Migrants; and the Wood Engravers' Network Triennial Exhibition. Stockton Professor Michael McGarvey will be presenting an Informal Talk & Engraving Demonstration at 6:30pm this evening. Light refreshments will be served.

Downtown Hammonton comes alive on Third Thursday of each month, with food, music, and fun throughout the town. This month we'll celebrate the season and all things autumn! The galleries at Kramer Hall and the Museum Shop are both open late for the occasion, and don't miss out on the free art activity for all ages taking place at the shop! 

 

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Creative Sparks: First Class is Free!
Sep
23
11:00am11:00am

Creative Sparks: First Class is Free!

To celebrate Museum Day Live! we are offering the first Creative Sparks class free! On Saturday, Septembet 23 at 11am we will be painting our own Peace Flags. Creative art activities for children include a wide variety of drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture projects that will stretch your child's imagination. Different media will be explored every month. Individual expression is encouraged. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Ages: 5 - 12

Day: Saturdays

Time: 11am - 12pm

Fee: $8/per child per class after 9/23/17

Dates: 9/23/17 (Free class), 11/4/17, 12/2/17, 1/13/18, 2/10/18, 3/3/18, 4/14/18, 5/5/18  

Free parking on the premises

To register, send email with date of class(es), child's name, age, and your email address to: education@noyesmuseum.org

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Youth Art Classes
Sep
26
1:00pm 1:00pm

Youth Art Classes

The classes focus on one significant artist, art medium or historical period per class and cover a variety of art mediums. Make drawings, paintings, sculptures, collage and more. Different art projects every month for young artists, teaching fundamental art concepts and art history. 

Ages: 5 - 12

Day: Tuesdays

Time: 1pm - 2:30pm

Fee: $10/per child per class

Dates:     9/26/17, 10/10/17, 11/14/17, 12/12/17, 1/9/18, 2/13/18, 3/20/18, 4/10/18, 5/8/18

Free parking on the premises

To register, send email with date of class(es), child's name, age, and your email address to: education@noyesmuseum.org        

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Lecture: By Rail to the Promised Land
Oct
11
12:00pm12:00pm

Lecture: By Rail to the Promised Land

Presenter: Paul Schopp, Assistant Director of the South Jersey Culture and History Center

Railroads played a pivotal role in facilitating Immigration into southern New Jersey during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Without the presence of railroads, many settlements would have proven much more difficult to create. Paul W. Schopp will describe how the railroads brought thousands of new inhabitants to South Jersey and ushered in a formative wave of new communities.
RSVP here:  https://byrail.eventbrite.com

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Reduction Linocut Workshop with Michelle Post
Oct
12
12:00pm12:00pm

Reduction Linocut Workshop with Michelle Post

 

Michelle Post, an accomplished artist with 40 years of experience in printmaking, leads this workshop. Reduction linocut is a form of relief printmaking that uses one linoleum block to print in multiple colors, one after the other, by successively cutting away pieces of the block after printing each color, resulting in vibrant, multi-colored prints.

All materials are provided and you will get to take home all of the prints that you make. You will provide the subject matter, whether an original sketch or photo, which will be transferred to the linoleum block via carbon paper.

Blocks are 6”x6”, so plan your design accordingly. Simplicity makes for a better design.

This workshop is limited to 8 registrants to ensure quality - register now!

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Lecture: Ethnic Settlements in the Pines
Oct
25
12:00pm12:00pm

Lecture: Ethnic Settlements in the Pines


Presenter: Mark Demitroff, Stockton Adjunct Faculty, Environmental Studies

Large tracts of desolate land became accessible for development schemes when railroads began to crisscross the Pine Barrens during the mid-nineteenth century. Immigrants, beckoned by dubious promises of prosperity and independence, settled upon modest garden plots offered at bargain prices. This presentation commemorates the meaning of place for German, Italian, and Jewish settlers who sought security by taming an impoverished wilderness while overcoming social intolerance.
RSVP here:  https://ethnicpines.eventbrite.com

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Family Fun Day
Oct
28
10:00am10:00am

Family Fun Day

Our exciting annual fall family event taking place in the heart of beautiful downtown Hammonton features pumpkin painting (first 100 children), hands-on children's art & craft projects, artists’ demonstrations, group art projects, face painting, a marine-life touch tank, Halloween costume parade, and more!  

Admission Fee:

$3 - Children 3 & up, seniors & students

Free - Children under 3

$4 - Adults

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Teachers' Workshop
Nov
8
9:00am 9:00am

Teachers' Workshop

For more information and to register click here

Designed to instruct on how art can transform students’ writing and improve literacy, this workshop explores the relationship between the visual arts and language. It will consider how K-12 visual art and language arts teachers can collaborate, using art to generate creative writing in the classroom and using literature to inspire artworks. Viewing fine art can inspire young students to discover their creative talents. Explore the interconnection of writing and the visual arts. So often excluded from the core curriculum, the visual arts can aid in the acquisition and honing of strong writing skills.

Conducted by author and art historian Alfredo Franco, this workshop will stimulate new interdisciplinary ideas and collaborations among teachers.

Fee: $65 per person

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Noyes Gallery at Claridge Opening Reception
Aug
25
5:00pm 5:00pm

Noyes Gallery at Claridge Opening Reception

The Noyes Museum of Stockton University invites the public to a gallery opening reception on at The Claridge in Atlantic City, NJ.

The Noyes Museum is proud to debut their newest satellite gallery location, located inside the historic Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City. With 20,000 square feet of space, the gallery has a museum-like atmosphere and an elegant aesthetic perfectly suited for the display of fine art.

The first exhibition christening the space is Virtual/Visual Contemporary Art Exhibition. It is a collection of complex artwork from a group of 30 artists with vastly different cultural backgrounds, yet with strong visual relationships. These works explore the many ways that imagery reflects life - whether reflecting our reality or disconnecting from it altogether. The images display the many ways that art can evoke a sense of fantasy parallel to actuality. With the power to heal and liberate, these images echo and validate our emotions.

At the opening reception for this exhibition, guests will have the opportunity to meet the artists and curator and engage with the artwork, while enjoying wine and cheese pairings. Following the opening reception is an after-party at The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University, beginning at 6:45 pm.

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Third Thursday
Aug
17
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday

Feel the beat and rhythm of Downtown Hammonton and get ready to embrace Latin culture through food, art, fashion, dance, and music during Fiesta! The Kramer Hall Galleries will be open late for this town-wide occassion, as well as the Noyes Museum Shop. Stop by the Noyes Shop to create your very own God’s Eye.  A God's eye is a Huichol Native American spiritual object created through the meditative practice of yarn weaving. The Ojo de Dios (Eye of God) is woven with yarn and wood, usually of vibrant color. The activity, as well as gallery admission, is free.

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Dylan Fest Pre-Show Art and Wine Party
Aug
12
5:00pm 5:00pm

Dylan Fest Pre-Show Art and Wine Party

A Pre-Show Dylan Art & Wine Party will be held from 5-7PM at the Noyes Arts Garage with music, wine, light fare, and an exclusive Dylan-themed art show of new original pieces by regional artists. (The Pre-Show event is Free and open to the public. The cost of your Dylan Fest AC ticket gets you in Dante Hall for the live music show, starting at 7:15 p.m.) You can park for Dylan Fest AC at the Arts Garage, check out the shops and studios there, and visit the AC Arts Alley.

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Third Thursday
Jul
20
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday

The July Third Thursday theme is: Dog Days of Summer....The perfect night after a "ruff" day! Each month on Third Thursday the streets of Downtown Hammonton come alive with performance, activities, food, music, and fun. Our galleries in Kramer Hall will be open late this evening, until 8pm. Visit us to see the Fred Noyes exhibition, enjoy light refreshments, and catch the Plein-Air Exhibition prior to it's conclusion at the end of this month. The Noyes Museum Shop on 2nd Street is also open late for the occasion. 

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Summer Camps 2017
Jul
10
to Jul 27

Summer Camps 2017

Three weeks of fun-filled, creative art projects to make your summer a blast!

July 10 – 28 • 9:00am - 12:00pm • Ages 6 – 13

Registration required • Limited space available

1.    Colors of Summer Art Camp • 7/10 – 7/14 • Ages 6-13 • Registration deadline: 7/1

Creativity truly explodes when you have a choice of colorful art materials and mediums at your fingertips! Create in the medium you choose, with guidance, from a variety of unique and exciting art projects: glue and pastel art; "stained glass" drawings; wildlife photography-inspired collages; drawing and watercolors; acrylic painting; clay and more! Instructor: Stephanie Polinski

2.    Pirates Art Camp 7/17 - 7/21  Ages 6-13 Registration deadline: 7/14

Avast, me hearties! The good ship Noyes is about to sail. As one of our pirate crew, you’ll learn about the pirate life and what we do to keep busy on long voyages. We’ll be craftin’ a treasure chest and map, a Jolly Roger flag, scrimshaw, signal flags, gold doubloons, and much more. Create a pirate avatar and maintain a captain’s log. Join us, if ye dare… Instructor: Trish Schuster

3.    Famous Artists Camp •  7/24 - 7/28  Ages 6-13 Registration deadline: 7/21

Learn about the styles, art materials, and techniques used by famous artists. Experiment and explore many different mediums while discussing works of art by Georgia O'Keeffe, Picasso, Seurat, Van Gogh, and Andy Warhol. Have fun creating drawings, paintings, sculptures, and prints using materials such as charcoal, clay, recycled objects, and acrylic and watercolor paints. Instructor: Christine O'Brien

Click here for the registration form.

Noyes Art Camps will take place in the Stockton University Art Gallery,

Stockton University, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205  

www.noyesmuseum.org • (609) 626-3420

 

 

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48 Blocks: Atlantic City Festival
Jun
24
10:00am10:00am

48 Blocks: Atlantic City Festival

A celebration of the history, culture, and artistic talent in Atlantic City, 48 Blocks is a free arts festival taking place on Saturday, June 24th. Featuring 48 live performances, hands-on art projects, and much more, the festival will take place throughout the city, including the boardwalk, tourist areas, and the 48 blocks that comprise Atlantic City's geographic footprint. Join us at the AC Arts Garage for a reception after the festival featuring many local restaurants. https://www.facebook.com/48BlocksAC/

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Third Thursday
Jun
15
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday

The Noyes Gallery at Stockton's Kramer Hall in Hammonton is open late every month on Third Thursdays and is free and open to the public. Visit two exhibitions: Paint Hammonton: 9th Annual Plein-Air Festival, and Fred Winslow Noyes, Jr.: Paintings, both on view through July 30. The Noyes Museum Shop in Hammonton is also open late on Third Thursdays from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

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3rd Annual Starving Artist Fair
Jun
10
4:30pm 4:30pm

3rd Annual Starving Artist Fair

All Ages: FREE

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

Click here: CALL for ARTISAN VENDORS info sheet

Click here: VENDOR APPLICATION

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Saturday Art Classes: Kids - Creative Sparks
Jun
10
11:00am11:00am

Saturday Art Classes: Kids - Creative Sparks

Next Class: Saturday, June 10, 11am-12pm

Creative art activities for children including a wide variety of drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture projects that will stretch their imaginations! Different media will be explored every month. Individual expression is encouraged.

Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Ages 5-12, $8/Class  

 To register call: (609) 561-8006 or email: education@noyesmuseum.org

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Atlantic County Teen Arts Festival
May
24
8:30am 8:30am

Atlantic County Teen Arts Festival

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

8:30 AM - 1:30 PM

The annual festival showcases the visual, literary and performing arts talents of area youth. It is presented in collaboration with Stockton University, Noyes Museum of Art, Hammonton Arts Center, The Eagle Theatre, Hammonton Art District, MainStreet Hammonton and other arts and educational organizations.

Click here for more information.

 

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Third Thursday in Downtown Hammonton
May
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday in Downtown Hammonton

This month's Third Thursday theme is a retro view of fashion, art and food. Rock around the clock and down the blocks as local merchants feature sock hop specials & soda fountain treats.  The opening reception for the 9th Annual Paint Hammonton: Plein-Air Exhibition will take place at the Kramer Hall Gallery this evening, as well as our Mother Daughter Tea & Art Party.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Mother Daughter Tea & Art Party
May
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

Mother Daughter Tea & Art Party

The Noyes Museum of Art cordially invites you to a Mother Daughter Tea & Art Party at Kramer Hall on Third Thursday, May 18, 2017.

To honor the moms and other special women in our lives. Join us to celebrate as you sip tea, enjoy finger sandwiches, sweets, photos, and an art activity!

$20 for 2

Please RSVP to Saskia Schmidt by May 15 at education@noyesmuseum.org or (609) 652-1776 ext. 5200

Free parking

Address: The Noyes Museum of Art, Stockton University, Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037

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Youth Art Classes
May
16
1:00pm 1:00pm

Youth Art Classes

Make drawings, paintings, sculptures, collage and more at The Noyes Art Museum at Kramer Hall in Hammonton. Different art projects every month for young artists, teaching fundamental art concepts and art history. Individualized classes can be arranged for your group.  Ages 6 - 12, $10 per Class

For more information: education@noyesmuseum.org or (609) 652-1776 x5200

To register call: (609) 561-8006 (Please register & prepay by preceding Saturday)   

Free parking

Address: The Noyes Museum of Art, Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037

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Saturday Art Classes: Kids - Creative Sparks
May
6
11:00am11:00am

Saturday Art Classes: Kids - Creative Sparks

Creative art activities for children ages 5 - 12. A wide variety of drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture projects that will stretch your imagination! Different media will be explored every month. Individual expression is encouraged. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

$10 per class. To register call: (609) 561-8006 (Please register & prepay by preceding Wednesday)   

For more information: education@noyesmuseum.org or (609) 652-1776 x5200

Free parking

Address: The Noyes Museum of Art, Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037

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Spring Teacher's Workshop
Apr
26
9:00am 9:00am

Spring Teacher's Workshop

Teacher’s Workshop – The Therapeutic Power of Art: Motivation, Pride, Success

Due to the cancellation for inclement weather, a new day was selected for the Spring Teachers' Workshop:

April 26, 2017

9:00am–2:30pm, $55 – or 4 ETTC hours, 5 professional development hours

This workshop is full

Pre-registered teachers, please confirm that you are able to attend the workshop on the new date by emailing: education@noyesmuseum.org

Teachers pre-registered through ETTC must get school approval for the new date and contact ETTC to confirm participation.

Registration deadline: April 19, 2017

Click here for more information and a registration form

The Presenter: Abbie Kasoff is the CEO and Founder of Say It With Clay, a therapeutic clay non-profit organization.

Questions? Contact Saskia Schmidt, Director of Education: education@noyesmuseum.org

The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University, Stockton’s Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037 ● 609.626.3420 ● www.noyesmuseum.org

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Youth Art Classes
Apr
25
1:00pm 1:00pm

Youth Art Classes

Make drawings, paintings, sculptures, collage and more at The Noyes Art Museum at Kramer Hall in Hammonton. Different art projects every month for young artists, teaching fundamental art concepts and art history. Individualized classes can be arranged for your group.  Ages 6 - 12, $10 per Class

For more information: education@noyesmuseum.org or (609) 652-1776 x5200

To register call: (609) 561-8006 (Please register & prepay by preceding Saturday)   

Free parking

Address: The Noyes Museum of Art, Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037

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Saturday Art Classes: Kids - Creative Sparks
Apr
8
11:00am11:00am

Saturday Art Classes: Kids - Creative Sparks

Creative art activities for children ages 5 - 12. A wide variety of drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture projects that will stretch your imagination! Different media will be explored every month. Individual expression is encouraged. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

$10 per class. To register call: (609) 561-8006 (Please register & prepay by preceding Wednesday)   

For more information: education@noyesmuseum.org or (609) 652-1776 x5200

Free parking

Address: The Noyes Museum of Art, Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037

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Youth Art Classes
Mar
28
1:00pm 1:00pm

Youth Art Classes

Make drawings, paintings, sculptures, collage and more at The Noyes Museum of Art at Strockton's Kramer Hall in Hammonton. Different art projects every month for young artists, teaching fundamental art concepts and art history. Individualized classes can be arranged for your group. 

$10 per Class, Ages 5 - 12, To register call: (609) 561-8006 (Please register & prepay by preceding Saturday)

For more information: education@noyesmuseum.org or (609) 652-1776 x5200

Free parking

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Members' Appreciation Reception
Mar
21
6:00pm 6:00pm

Members' Appreciation Reception

Join us, one and all, members and prospective members, as well as long-time friends of the Museum, as we celebrate the launch of the new headquarters of The Noyes Museum of Art at Stockton's Kramer Hall in Hammonton! Meet the staff of the Noyes Museum and Kramer Hall as well as photographers from the RAW 2017 Exhibition. Enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres, and beverages. RSVP to publicrelations@noyesmuseum.org

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Third Thursday: Hammonton
Mar
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday: Hammonton

During Hammonton’s Third Thursday event on March 16, The Noyes Gallery at Stockton’s Kramer Hall will stay open late from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Be sure to visit the RAW 2017: Juried Photography Exhibition, on view from Jan. 19 - May 1, 2017. RAW 2017 is a photography competition in which the top forty images by twenty photographers were selected by jury for an exhibition at the Noyes Museum Gallery. The Noyes Gallery is free and open to the public.

The Noyes Museum Shop in Hammonton at 5 South Second Street is also open late on Third Thursday, March 16 from 6:00– 9:00 p.m. Check out the rest of Downtown Hammonton for shopping, food, drinks, art and other great offerings!

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Third Thursday: Hammonton
Feb
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday: Hammonton

During Hammonton’s Third Thursday event on February 16, The Noyes Gallery at Stockton’s Kramer Hall will stay open late from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Be sure to visit the RAW 2017: Juried Photography Exhibition, on view from Jan. 19 - May 1, 2017. RAW 2017 is a photography competition in which the top forty images by twenty photographers were selected by jury for an exhibition at the Noyes Museum Gallery. The Noyes Gallery is free and open to the public.

The Noyes Museum Shop in Hammonton at 5 South Second Street is also open late on Third Thursday, February 16 from 6:00– 9:00 p.m. Check out the rest of Downtown Hammonton for shopping, food, drinks, art and other great offerings!

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Third Thursday: Hammonton
Jan
19
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday: Hammonton

During Hammonton’s Third Thursday event on January 19, The Noyes Gallery at Stockton’s Kramer Hall will stay open late from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Be sure to visit the RAW 2017: Juried Photography Exhibition, on view from Jan. 19 - May 1, 2017. RAW 2017 is a photography competition in which the top forty images by twenty photographers were selected by jury for an exhibition at the Noyes Museum Gallery. The Noyes Gallery is free and open to the public.

The Noyes Museum Shop in Hammonton at 5 South Second Street is also open late on Third Thursday, January 19 from 6:00– 9:00 p.m. for She, a ladies evening out, spotlighting women. Come alone or bring your girlfriends to the Noyes Shop and create decorative candle holders out of wine glasses, a simple and fun DIY craft. The Noyes Shop staff will provide instructions on how to make your own hand-painted candle holder out of a wine glass. FREE, no registration required. Check out the rest of Downtown Hammonton for shopping, food, drinks, art and other great offerings!

Photograph by Rachel Adams, Night (RAW 2017 Exhibition - Noyes, Kramer Hall, Hammonton)

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In the Good Ole Summertime: Paper Lanterns at the Noyes
Jul
21
6:00pm 6:00pm

In the Good Ole Summertime: Paper Lanterns at the Noyes

On Third Thursday, July 21, from 6:00 to 9:00pm, Downtown Hammonton celebrates the days of straw hats, brass bands, and refreshing lemonade with In the Good Ole Summertime. That evening, businesses will be open for extended hours to offer a relaxed summer night of art, music, fashion and food. Stop by the Noyes Shop for an instructional DIY push-pin paper lantern project. Visitors can choose from stencils or create their own design for these festive lanterns. Warm summer evenings will be complimented by these soft glowing centerpieces.

 

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Third Thursday: Discover
Jun
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

Third Thursday: Discover

On Third Thursday, June 16, from 6:00 to 9:00pm, take a trip around the world and enjoy a wonderful journey without leaving your favorite Downtown Hammonton! That evening, businesses will be open for extended hours to celebrate different cultures through art, music, fashion and food!  Shops, galleries and restaurants throughout the Downtown will transport visitors to countries around the globe; at The Noyes Shop, for a small fee Ash’s Henna Tattoos will decorate visitors with traditional and custom henna designs.  Enjoy refreshing Indian-inspired mint lemonade while shopping the sale where all SERRV fair-trade items are 20% off.

Ashlesha Parekh of Ash’s Henna Tattoos was introduced to art and henna (mehendi) in India at a very young age; her field of expertise is Indian mehendi style and Arabic mehendi style.  Arabic henna consists mostly of floral designs on the palm of the hand. The designs are usually large, compared to the Indian mehndi.  Arabic henna often encompasses thin designs consisting of paisley, floral and lace patterns.  Indian henna will also depict motifs like peacocks and human figures.

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2nd Annual Starving Artist Fair
Jun
11
4:30pm 4:30pm

2nd Annual Starving Artist Fair

All Ages: FREE

The Noyes Shop in Hammonton hosts its juried, outdoor art show, the Starving Artist Fair on Saturday, June 11.  The Starving Artist Fair coincides with Atlantic County’s 2nd Annual Hammonton Food Truck Festival, which attracts over 3,000 people. Visitors will be able to fill their stomachs with delicious food and indulge their craving for regionally made artisan goods.

Click Here For the CALL for ARTISAN VENDORS APPLICATION

 

 

 

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Vinyl Record Party at the Noyes
May
19
6:00pm 6:00pm

Vinyl Record Party at the Noyes

All Ages: FREE

Downtown Hammonton rocks around the clock and down the blocks with May's Third Thursday: Retro.  That evening, Downtown businesses will be open for extended hours to offer a retro view of fashion, art and food.  The Noyes Shop will celebrate the good ol' days with a vinyl record party.  Help the Noyes Shop create a playlist worth remembering by bringing some of your favorite records to play for the gang.  Enjoy Blueberry Hibiscus Tea Punch while shopping our sale where visitors receive 10% off wall art and 50% off custom framing.  Grab your saddle shoes, get ready to jive; it's going to be a great night!    

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Teen Arts Festival
May
6
8:30am 8:30am

Teen Arts Festival

  • 5 North 2nd Street Hammonton, NJ, 08037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


Click here for Registration Information

What is the Teen Arts Program?

A one-day Teen Arts Festival is held annually in early May. Any teen from throughout Atlantic County is invited to display their talent, meet with professionals in the field and attend hands-on workshops or master classes.

The Atlantic County Teen Arts is part of a statewide multidisciplinary program in the fine and performing arts. It has been available to young people in Atlantic County in varying formats since 1969. Open to any student in public or private school, as well as home-schooled students and those who are involved in extra-curricular private instruction, the program encompasses activities in dance, theater, vocal music, instrumental music, film, photography, creative writing and the visual arts.

The Atlantic County Festival is coordinated by the Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs in collaboration with Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, the Noyes Museum/Stockton, Hammonton Art Center, The Eagle Theatre, Hammonton Arts District and other arts and educational organizations.

Come Join Us!

We encourage area artists, teachers, school administrators and parents of teens active in the fine and performing arts to work with us to provide an even wider range of programs and opportunities for the Atlantic County Teen Arts Program. Your comments and ideas are welcomed. Please contact the Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs at (609) 646-8699, Ext. 6314.

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