Second Friday

Location: Noyes Arts Garage, Atlantic City
During Second Friday’s, we gather to celebrate the openings of our newest galleries. Also enjoy:
Live musicRefreshments and snacks
Guest artists and more!
We look forward to seeing you here!


Marissa Mulder- Swinging on a Star

Marissa Mulder is a Singer/Actress and Syracuse Nativehas who has performed shows at the Carlyle, 54 Below, Birdland, The Triad and Joe's Pub. She is the recipient of two MAC awards, for Major Artist and Recording Of The Year for her show "Tom...in his words, the songs of Tom Waits", which the New York Times called "far and away the season's best cabaret show, everything the genre can be but almost never is." She is the recipient of the Julie Wilson and Noel Coward Award. Her show "Marilyn in Fragments" an homage to Marilyn Monroe received a rave review in the New York Times that said "The rising cabaret singer wove passages from Monroe’s diaries and 20 songs into a compelling portrait of the star in a confessional mood. A remarkable performance." She was a guest on Piano Jazz on NPR. TimeOut New York calls her "One of the cabaret world's biggest breakout successes of the past five years.” She has a brand new album out “Two Tickets Left”which is Nominated for A MAC award for Major Recording of the year, Available On Itunes and Cdbaby.


ADOPT A SAILOR by Charles Evered

Adopt a Sailor is about Patricia and Richard, a successful and artistic couple from New York City who inadvertently "adopt a sailor" during Fleet Week in New York City, and the young man from Turkeyscratch, Arkansas who changes their lives forever.


A Garden of Quilts

Presented by The Garden Patch Quilters, over 150 Traditional and Contemporary Quilts are judged and put on display in the Event Center at WheatonArts, along with a Vendors Mall, Boutique Table, Raffle Quilt, and hourly demonstrations. Admission is $6 per person and tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Members and children 5 & under are free.

This judged Quilt Show recognizes quality work and provides quilters with an evaluation of their work. Quilts, quilted items, and garments are judged in the following categories: visual impact, color, design, quilting, workmanship, and finishing of the piece.


World Above Open Mic & Featured Reading

On Wednesday, January 15, at 7:00pm the South Jersey Poets Collective welcomes Tyler Mills to Stockton University’s Noyes Arts Garage (2200 Fairmount Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 08401).

Our usual Open Mic, where participants read one poem that is less than two minutes long, will run from 7:00pm-7:45pm. Please arrive by 6:50pm to secure a spot in the Open.

After the break, participants will return to a free take-home writing prompt penned by Barbara Daniels.

Then, Tyler Mills will read and sign books. Tyler Mills is the author of two full-length books of poems, Hawk Parable (winner of the Akron Poetry Prize, University of Akron Press 2019) and Tongue Lyre (winner of the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award, Southern Illinois University Press 2013), as well as The City Scattered (2019 Snowbound Chapbook Award, forthcoming from Tupelo Press). Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The Guardian, The Believer, and Poetry, and her essays in AGNI, Copper Nickel, and The Rumpus. Her mixed media visual works have appeared in Poetry and Tupelo Quarterly. The recipient of residencies from Yaddo, Ragdale, and the Vermont Studio Center, and fellowships from Bread Loaf, Sewanee, and the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop, Tyler Mills is on faculty at 24PearlStreet, the online writing program for the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and lives in Brooklyn, NY.

World Above is made possible with support from The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University, Stockton’s Center for Community Engagement, and the Atlantic City Arts Foundation.


Second Friday

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

Join us from 6 - 8pm for our free Second Friday Reception!

At Second Friday Receptions, we gather to celebrate the openings of our newest galleries. Also enjoy:

  • Live music

  • Refreshments and snacks

  • Guest artists

We look forward to seeing you here!


Polymer Clay Workshop: Adults

$10/class + $10 mat. fee

Location: Noyes Arts Garage, Atlantic City

  1. 1st class: Thursday, November 7, 11:30 am - 3:30 pm: FREE

  2. 2nd Class: Thursday, November 21, 11:30 am - 3:30 pm: $10/class + $10 mat. fee

  3. 3rd Class: Thursday, December 5, 11:30 am - 3:30 pm: $10/class + $10 mat. fee

Advance registration is required to guarantee a spot.

To register, email: education@noyesmuseum.org

A series of three polymer clay workshops led by Arlene Groch and Susan Gross, exhibiting artists in the Into the Forest exhibition.

This series of 3 classes start you on a lifetime of exploration and creativity using polymer clay, an amazingly versatile art medium. We’ll also use acrylic paints, alcohol inks, mica powders, silk screens, rubber texture sheets and more to help you learn many different ways to create your own jewelry, household decor and more.

Class Three

We will add alcohol Inks and metal leaf to the variety of ways to enhance polymer clay. You can then create and cure small bowls to hold rings, earrings, etc. As time allows, we will teach you how to create polymer canes that can be “kaleidoscope” into flowers and, from there, turned into whatever you wish. By the end of this third class you will have both a collection of beautiful clay sheets to take home with you and the knowledge of how to turn them into whatever objects suit your fancy. Your journey will be unlimited!

When you come for your class you’ll be able to see hundreds of wonderful flowers, leaves, grasses, insects and more, all made from polymer clay, as you visit the Into the Forest exhibition which is on view at the Arts Garage from now until early January 2, 2020.

Advance registration is required to guarantee a spot.

To register, email: education@noyesmuseum.org


Atlantic City Food Tour: Ducktown

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

Ducktown is a district of Atlantic City that was heavily settled by Italian immigrants in the 20th century. On this tour, you’ll stop and eat at some local restaurants that have been established in the neighborhood since the early 1900s.

Also, on the tour is the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. You’ll see beautiful art work and learn about the center’s commitment to the community.  Eat, explore and learn about the rest of Ducktown’s story when you join our walking food tour.

For more information, call or visit us online.

On The Town Food Tours: Atlantic City

1-866-316-5081 or 609-721-5164

Ticket Price:  $75.00


Atlantic City Food Tour: Ducktown

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

Ducktown is a district of Atlantic City that was heavily settled by Italian immigrants in the 20th century. On this tour, you’ll stop and eat at some local restaurants that have been established in the neighborhood since the early 1900s.

Also, on the tour is the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. You’ll see beautiful art work and learn about the center’s commitment to the community.  Eat, explore and learn about the rest of Ducktown’s story when you join our walking food tour.

For more information, call or visit us online.

On The Town Food Tours: Atlantic City

1-866-316-5081 or 609-721-5164

Ticket Price:  $75.00


Melt and pour soap making class

Dee Mason of Perch Cove Soap Co. has been teaching and making soap for 19 years. In this class each person will create 2 of their very own glycerin soaps. You pick the color, and fragrance oil or essential oils. Add Oatmeal, coffee or soap embeds to add interesting texture and design to your soap. Whether your dream is to make and sell soaps one day, you just like the idea of knowing what goes in your soap, or you just want to learn a new craft. This class is for you!

This event is BYOB. The garage will provide light snacks.

There is parking in the attached parking garage (Wave Garage) you will receive free parking. Just see the front desk.

Class will be held in the cafe area