30 Front Street Hammonton, NJ 08037

The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University offers several locations in Southern New Jersey, providing access and support to the arts and artists of the region and beyond. A source of inspiration and enjoyment for enthusiasts of the arts, from residents of the community, students and faculty of the university, to visitors to the shore and Pine Barrens, the Noyes Museum serves the entire South Jersey area. In 2010, the Noyes partnership with Stockton University began as a natural extension of Stockton’s commitment to the area’s cultural scene. The Noyes Museum formally became a part of Stockton University in 2016. Home to one of the area’s top performing arts centers, Stockton has its own art gallery, a growing visual arts program, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree has been added to the courses of study. Through Communications Studies, Historical Studies, Language and Culture Studies, Literature and Philosophy, Stockton is serving the arts and humanities in southern New Jersey.

Today, The Noyes Museum maintains its founders’ dedication to preserving, highlighting, interpreting, and celebrating the arts through its dynamic locations in across South Jersey.

Educational Programs

We offer numerous educational programs, many of them free, for young people, older adults, families and educators. Artists visit classrooms in the schools through our free Meet the Artist program. Professional artists conduct art activities with the students and talk about their work. The Noyes also offers childrens’ art classes on site for grades K-12. The Noyes education staff offers free art activities at numerous festivals across the region.