Wedding redux: Ventnor lace worker gives heirloom gowns new life

“Something old, something new … you know the rest. The saying dictates traditional additions to a bride’s wedding outfit for good luck, derived from an old English rhyme. “Something old, something new” usually amounts to wearing or using trinkets to represent vintage and modern, sometimes given by older maternal family figures. Those two ideas – […]

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Exhibit Honors Atlantic City’s Northside

 

“Atlantic City’s Northside spanned west of Atlantic Avenue between Kansas and Connecticut avenues. [Ralph] Hunter said African Americans were permitted only to work in the city’s Southside until 1954, when the city’s de facto segregation ended.

In particular, the exhibit [in the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey] pays tribute to the clubs and restaurants that lined Kentucky Avenue, where people from Washington and Philadelphia flocked for entertainment, Hunter said. The original doors from Club Harlem are prominently displayed in the 2,200-square-foot space, and a gallery of photographs shows performers, some from Atlantic City, who once took the stage there.”

Read the full Press of Atlantic City Article here —> Exhibit Honors Atlantic City’s Northside


Links Foundation, Inc. Juried Youth Poster Art

“For the second year in a row, The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College will present the Juried Youth Poster Art Competition & Exhibit by young artists from the Atlantic City School District. The students’ work will be on display at the Arts Garage, from February 5 until March 6.  The exhibit and competition is […]

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Drink wine, collect art at the At The Shore Wine Tasting Art Show, Feb. 4

“The annual At The Shore Wine Tasting Art Show fundraiser sponsored by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, the Greater Atlantic City Concierge Association and At The Shore magazine has moved around some in the past few years, but that’s only because each year it seriously becomes bigger and better.” Read the full article via Drink […]


Artist Reception for Ted Ellis

“On Friday, February 13, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College will host an exciting Second Friday event – an artist reception for Ted Ellis, this year’s featured artist for The Links 46th Annual Black History Month Art Exhibit. Meet the artist, enjoy live music by recording artist Dynasty Marie, […]

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Ascending Beauty by Glynnis Reed

“The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College will host a Meet the Artist Reception for Glynnis Reed from 6:00 – 8:00 pm on Friday, February 13. Reed’s “Ascending Beauty Series” will be on display in the Atlantic City Gallery, at the Arts Garage, from February 5 until March 6. The reception, which coincides with the […]


January’s Second Friday Event

“The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College will host their first Second Friday of 2015 on January 9, from 6 to 8pm. To kick off the New Year, The Arts Garage will highlight two new exhibitions, one by photographer Anthony Smedile and the other by artist Robert Herlund. The night includes beverages provided by The […]

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The Search for Bliss: Drawings by Robert Herlund

“The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College in Atlantic City is pleased to present the drawings of an exciting artist, Robert Herlund. The collection of work, entitled The Search for Bliss: Drawings by Robert Herlund, will be on exhibit in the Atlantic City Gallery, inside the Noyes Arts Garage, from January 1 until February 1, […]