8.1.19 Shore Local - Views from the Shore. Art by G. Matthew Dixon, his exhibit at Shore Medical Center will run through October 1, 2019.
7.26.19 Stockton University News - '100 Faces of War' Shares Stories of Those Who Served. Boston, Massachusetts artist Matt Mitchell wanted to focus on the people themselves, their stories and the lessons they had to share. Over a period of nine years he painted the portraits of 100 members of the U.S. Military who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
6.21.19 The Press of Atlantic City - '48 Blocks' weekend kicks off. The third annual "48 Blocks" weekend began Friday with a kick-off party at Cajun barbecue restaurant Bourré. Guests were treated to live painting and music and got their first look at the photo book "48 Stories," a book that focuses on how artists are shaping the 48 blocks of Atlantic City.
6.21.19 Courier Post - New Jersey arts venues offer provocative summer of exhibits. 11th Annual Paint Hammonton: Plein-Air Competition at Noyes Museum of Art at Stockton’s Kramer Hall-Hammonton. 100 Faces of War at Noyes Art Garage, Atlantic City.
6.16.19 AtTheShore - The art initiative “48 Blocks” is 48 hours (June 21-23) of 48 arts-and-culture projects within the 48 blocks that comprise Atlantic City. The celebration begins with a kick-off party at Bourré (201 S. New York Ave.) from 6-9 p.m. Friday, June 21. Artist Billy Joe Michel will paint musician Bakko as she performs live during the party. Attendees will also get a first look at “48 Stories,” a photo book about the people and projects that have helped build 48 Blocks AC. Tickets are $15, including a Cajun BBQ buffet and cash bar.
6.10.19 Your Tango - 10 Unforgettable Summer Road Trip Travel Destinations For Families. Although it’s known for its casinos, there’s plenty of family opportunities at the Steel Pier and legendary boardwalk. The Atlantic City Aquarium is bound to be a hit for your kids, and Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum is stationed right at the boardwalk. You can also take your family up in a 6-story tall elephant-shaped building named Lucy and enjoy the countless beaches, views and New Jersey wildlife. If you’re looking for history and culture, try the Noyes Arts Garage and the memorials.
5.28.19 OCNJ Daily - OceanFirst Foundation Co-Sponsors ArtsTank at Noyes Art Garage. OceanFirst Bank Southern Region President Vincent D’Alessandro will be one of the “Sharks” selecting the $5,000 ArtsTank winner.
4.9.19 InLiquid - The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University at Kramer Hall in Hammonton is offering guided tours of the DRIVING WHILE BLACK exhibition on Third Thursday, April 18, from 6 – 8pm; The exhibition is on view from February 23 through May 26, 2019. This engaging tour will be provided by Noyes Museum staff. Learn about the contemporary and historical artwork and artifacts that provide context to this compelling exhibition. This event is free and open to the public. This DRIVING WHILE BLACK exhibition explores African American history through the lens of the freedom of movement. Offering visitors the perspective of the African American experience, the story is told through the visual arts, literature, poetry and artifacts. The exhibition provides historical references, contemporary conversations, and opportunities for civil dialogue and discourse.
4.8.19 Atlantic City, NJ - The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University presents a new art exhibition and opening reception. Visit the galleries to see: COLLECTIVE IDENTITY: The Legacy of Apprenticeship Under Toshiko Takaezu. COLLECTIVE IDENTITY runs from April 12 through June 23, 2019. The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University presents Collective Identity: The Legacy of Apprenticeship Under Toshiko Takaezu. Toshiko Takaezu, an influential Japanese-American ceramic artist known for her closed vessels, became internationally known for transforming work in ceramics, presenting her “closed form vessels” as sculpture. Featuring work by seventeen of her former apprentices and students, Collective Identity celebrates Takaezu's dedication to mentorship and highlights her importance as a maker and educator.
3.30.19 Press of Atlantic City – Developer wants to expand Stockton’s Atlantic City campus; Construction could begin as soon as the fall on a $62 million second phase of Stockton University’s city campus as project developers seek approval this month… Stockton may not own much property in Atlantic City yet, but it does have its hand in operating the Noyes Arts Garage and Dante Hall.
3.28.19 Catholic Star Herald – ‘Driving While Black’ exhibit includes map of Green Book sites; A map outlining 55 places in South Jersey included in the “Green Book” travel guide is part of an exhibition of art, photos and artifacts titled “Driving While Black” currently featured at the Noyes Museum of Art at Stockton University at Kramer Hall, 30 Front Street in Hammonton. A copy of the map is also on display at the Noyes Arts Garage, 2200 Fairmount Ave, Atlantic City.
3.12.19 Noyes Museum of Art Presents “Driving While Black”; On Thursday, May 16 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, there will be a Poetry & Story Slam - Driving While Black presented by Emari DiGiorgio, Professor of Writing at Stockton University and host of the South Jersey Poets Collective - World Above: Monthly Poetry Open Mic & Readings at the Noyes Arts Garage.
2.27.19 South Jersey Cultural Alliance Issues Call For Entries For Creative Placemaking Competition; ArtsTank will take place on May 29, 2019 at the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University (Noyes Arts Garage: 2200 Fairmount Avenue, Atlantic City) located in downtown Atlantic City as the afternoon portion of a Creative Placemaking Conference.
2.20.19 Press of Atlantic City – A.C. Library, museum to screen Sara Spencer Washington documentary; The Atlantic City Free Public Library and the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey on Saturday will screen a documentary on entrepreneur Sara Spencer Washington…The museum is in the Noyes Arts Garage, 2200 Fairmount Ave.
2.4.19 Press of Atlantic City – Black History Month events; ‘The Sara Spencer Washington Story’: A documentary about the Atlantic City icon who became one of America’s first black female millionaires will be shown 1 p.m. at the Atlantic City Free Public Library, 1 N. Tennessee Ave., and 3 p.m. at the African-American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey (Noyes Arts Garage), 2200 Fairmount Ave., Atlantic City. A question-and-answer session with director Royston Scott will follow both showings.
2.2.19 Press of Atlantic City – Houston painter, former NFL football player talk bullying solutions;…dozens gathered at the Noyes Arts Garage for a discussion on the culture of bullying presented by the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey and moderated by Dallas-based artist Blair as well as former Dallas Cowboys cornerback and resort native Pete Hunter.
1.10.19 Cycle Ice Racing, DWTS, Polar Bear Plunge – Weekend Happenings; Noyes Arts Garage, Atlantic City: January Second Friday, celebrating 53 photographers who were part of RAW Photography Exhibition, 6-8p Fri. 1/11.
3.31.17 Stockton/Noyes Leadership Roles
Saskia Schmidt, Director of Education: email@example.com or 609.652.1776 x5200
Michael Cagno, Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org or 609.626.3420