Spring Teacher's Workshop
Mar
14
9:00 am09:00

Spring Teacher's Workshop

 A New Teacher’s Workshop –

The Therapeutic Power of Art:

Motivation, Pride, Success

Presenter:  Abbie Kasoff, CEO and Founder, Say It With Clay

Tuesday, March 14, 2017: 9:00am–2:30pm

$55 – or 4 ETTC hours

5 professional development hours

Registration deadline: March 14, 2017

Click here for more information and a registration form

An intensive and information-rich workshop for art educators and artists.

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

Kasoff will discuss her knowledge, experiences, and projects using art as a therapeutic tool to work with children.

The theme of the workshop aligns with the mission of Say It With Clay: create pride, build patience, improve social skills and enhance fine motor skills through the therapeutic power of clay. The process of making art creates pride, success, and motivation for healing and offers effective alternative channels for communication. This hands-on approach also creates a culture that meets diverse needs through inclusion and peer-to-peer encouragement.

The content and activities of this workshop meet with national standards and are widely applicable throughout the K-12 curriculum. The hands-on art activities will serve the needs of students of all levels. This is an enjoyable workshop and a great opportunity to gather new ideas for enriching the curriculum in the classroom, try some creative art activities, and meet other teachers. Light morning refreshments & lunch included.

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

Location of workshop:

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

609.626.3420 ● www.noyesmuseum.org

 


Third Thursday: Hammonton
Jan
19
6:00 pm18:00

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)

In the Good Ole Summertime: Paper Lanterns at the Noyes
Jul
21
6:00 pm18:00

In the Good Ole Summertime: Paper Lanterns at the Noyes

  • The Noyes Musuem Shop

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.

 

Third Thursday: Discover
Jun
16
6:00 pm18:00

Third Thursday: Discover

  • The Noyes Museum Shop

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.

2nd Annual Starving Artist Fair
Jun
11
4:30 pm16:30

2nd Annual Starving Artist Fair

  • The Noyes Musuem Shop

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

 

 

 

Vinyl Record Party at the Noyes
May
19
6:00 pm18:00

Vinyl Record Party at the Noyes

  • The Noyes Museum Shop

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!    

Teen Arts Festival
May
6
8:30 am08:30

Teen Arts Festival

  • 5 North 2nd Street Hammonton, NJ, 08037 United States


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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