Second Friday – June 2016

This month we celebrate The Arts District of Atlantic City! The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University invites you to join them for Second Friday. During this month’s Second Friday the African American Heritage Museum will hold their official opening for their latest exhibit, Black Mail. Local artists Allyson Block […]

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Call for Artisan Vendors – AC Craft Market

“The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University hosts the AC Craft Market on the last Saturday of each month from 12 until 7 pm. If you are a talented creative artist, you are invited to join other artisans who have found an exciting local venue to display and sell their […]


Second Friday – May 2016

                      “The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University invites you to join them for Second Friday on May 13, 2016 from 6 until 8pm. During this month’s Second Friday the African American Heritage Museum will present artifacts from recently departed […]

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“Even though Jim Halpern isn’t an artist, he is still figured prominently in the upcoming New Jersey Arts Annual: Fine Art exhibit that runs through July 8 at the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University in Atlantic City, with an opening reception 5 p.m. Friday, April 8. So how is a non-artist such as Halpern part of this very prestigious exhibit? He’s the solitary figure in artist Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern’s portrait “Nouveau Richelieu.” He’s also her husband.”

Source:  New Jersey Arts Annual comes to the Arts Garage


“Social Justice: Art Changes Lives”

ARTIST CALL Exhibition Title: Social Justice: Art Changes Lives The Arts Garage invites artists to help change the world through the power of art Click here for the printable file. COLLABORATION: This exhibition highlights social justice work in partnership with Stockton University’s Sustainability Trust and Creators Collective (Sustain Create). SCOPE: […]

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Call for Artisan Vendors – AC Craft Market

“The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University hosts the AC Craft Market on the last Saturday of each month from 12 until 6 pm. If you are a talented creative artist, you are invited to join other artisans who have found an exciting local venue to display and sell their […]


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“The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University is pleased to host the Youth Art Month 2016 exhibition for Atlantic and Cape May County schools. The Council for Art Education (CFAE) administers Youth Art Month at the national level. Traditionally, during the month of March, festivities take place to celebrate visual […]

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AC Craft Market – February 2016

“The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University’s AC Craft Market happens on the last Saturday of each month, from 12 until 6 pm.  In a mid-winter slump? Then join us for the popular AC Craft Market on February 27, 2016.” Read the full press release here —> PR AC Craft Market […]


“Part gallery, part artsy mall, the Noyes Arts Garage is everything that you don’t picture when you think of Atlantic City. No slot machines or gaudiness of any kind. Instead a myriad of gorgeous artwork for sale awaits here along with items such as homemade jewelry and knick-knacks. Located in the bottom of a massive parking garage, it makes shopping on rainy days a dry and pleasurable experience. Bonus: the Arts Garage is across the street from the legendary White House Subs. Grab some art and a cheesesteak and your afternoon will be just fine.”

Source: 4 funky spots to shop – Press of Atlantic City: Featured Pick

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“Vibrant color portraits and stark monochromatic woodcut prints fill the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey with the opening of two new shows.The museum, at the Noyes Arts Garage in Atlantic City, is featuring works from the estate of Frederic Toone Bacon, a Pennsylvania artist and educator. These include a collection of woodcuts created by the artist.”

Source: Black history, culture featured in two Atlantic City art shows – Press of Atlantic City: Living