Noyes Museum of Art - Stockton College

The Noyes Museum of Art
of Stockton University
733 Lily Lake Road
Oceanville (Galloway TWP.), NJ, 08231
(609) 652-8848

Monday through Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM,
Sunday noon to 5:00 PM

The Noyes Museum Shop
5 South Second Street
Hammonton, NJ, 08037
(609) 561-8006

NEW Hammonton Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 1:00 - 8:00 pm
Friday: 1:00 - 8:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

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All tours are linked to N.J. State Department of Education Core Curriculum Content Standards. Grade levels are suggestions. Tours are adaptable to specific grade levels.

Need help with bus expenses for your field trip? Check out the South Jersey Cultural Alliance Bus Fund Program

School Tours

Get Acquainted (Pre-School)

This program is designed especially for preschool groups with students ages three to five. Young children are introduced to the Museum and art concepts through developmentally appropriate activities. During the forty-minute program, children will have a picture book read to them in the galleries, look at original art works and make an art project to take home. Standards 1.1, 1.2, 1.3

Learning to Look (K-2)

Young students are encouraged to use their imagination while learning to see more when looking at art. Questions and comparisons guide children to verbally express their curiosity about art. Viewing both folk art and fine art, this program asks the young student to describe what they see and how they feel about it. Searching activities are geared toward increasing observational skills. Standards 1.1, 1.4, 3.1, 3.2

General (Grades 1-12)

This tour provides a general overview of the Museum and its current exhibitions and is ideal for a first time visit. A brief history of the Museum and its founders, Fred W. Noyes, Jr. and Ethel M. Noyes is included. Students will be introduced to ways of examining and interpreting works of art during their visit to all four galleries. Standards 1.1, 3.2

Taking Art Apart (Grades 4-8)

The visual elements (line, shape, color, light, value, texture and space) are presented as the ingredients available to an artist when making a work of art. It is the way in which the artist selects and arranges these visual elements that creates the composition and establishes the mood. The styles of realism, abstraction and non-representational art will be identified and clarified. Standards 1.1, 1.4

Folk Art (Grades 4-12)

Local culture is discussed in relationship to folk art and, specifically, decoy carvings. This tour suggests that art can be considered a type of visual history for gaining insight to past lifestyles. Discussion will include topics such as: the impact that the cycle of the seasons has on people and their art, bird migration and the evolution of the practical decoy into a decorative art form.
Standards 1.5, 6.2, 6.3

The Artist’s Language (Grades 6-12)

Gaining and refining a vocabulary for discussing art can be fun. This in-depth program defines and explores technical terms, stylistic trends and the process of art criticism. The four phases of art criticism: description, analysis, interpretation, judgment will be discussed in an interactive manner. Students will receive a vocabulary list and participate in a brief gallery project.
Standards 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4

Meet-the-Artist Days at The Noyes

Meet-the-Artist days provide an excellent opportunity for teachers and students to meet and talk with working artists here at the Museum. Presented by professional artists, these lectures and demonstrations are scheduled in conjunction with current exhibitions.

Meet-the-Artist Goes to School

Meet-the-Artist Goes to School is a program that arranges one day artist residencies at school sites in the eight counties of southern New Jersey to support and enrich the curriculum. Eight to ten residencies are offered throughout the year, pending funding. Artists are matched by the Museum to teacher's requests and spend one school day working hands-on in the classroom.

Reservations are required for these programs. Please contact the Education Director at 609.652.8848 x 303 for an application.

Young-At-Art (YAG) Student Gallery

This special museum exhibition space is designated exclusively for displaying student art work that has been created in schools or community organizations. Educators in southern New Jersey may register to display student's work for up to one month; sign-up is on a first come, first served basis. Schools are responsible for hanging and dismantling each exhibition. See the current YAG exhibition here.

Contact the Education Director at 609-652-8848 x 303 for YAG guidelines or Click here for a downloadable form.

Creation Station - A Family Hands-on Arts Activity Center, Student Art Gallery and Multifunctional Classroom Space.

The Noyes Museum is proud to announce the opening of Creation Station which will serve as a permanent education center for families and schools, allowing visitors to benefit from enhanced, self-directed museum activities as well as expanded programming.

Many thanks to the generous support of the late Martha B. Keates, former distinguished Noyes Board Member and President, AkPharma, Atlantic City Electric, Connelly Foundation, D. Benjamin Brown Company, Rhoda & Lewis Malamut, and the Odessa F. and Henry D, Kahrs Charitable Trust.

Reservations are required for these programs. Please contact the Education Director at 609.652.8848 x 303 or email for an application.