Movie Night featuring a special veteran speaker

Free: Limited seating of 50 (Call to reserve your seat)


Annual Museum Membership Christmas Party

“Toys For Tots” Drop Off at Museum

*5PM-COVERED DISH

MAAFM Conference Room


Holiday Glass in the Studio

Venture down to the WheatonArts Glass Studio on Saturday, December 7, 14, & 21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to watch our glass artists celebrate the season by creating holiday-themed glass objects, large and small! Visitors can also see other holiday glass objects on display, including the record-breaking giant glass ornament, glass fruitcake, the world’s largest glass turkey drumstick, and a 5'7" tall glass menorah.


Craft Market at the Noyes Arts Garage

Date: Saturday, November 30, 2019, Time: 12:00 – 4:00 PM

Location: Noyes Arts Garage Stockton University, 2200 Fairmount Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

Artists in a variety of media are encouraged to apply, including the following: paintings, sculpture, prints, photographs, jewelry, ceramics, wood, home décor, clothing and accessories.


Big Glass Blast!

Watch as the Big Glass Blast Team designs and creates a large-scale Cornucopia in the Glass Studio from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. See past years objects on display as well, including the record-breaking giant glass ornament, glass fruitcake, and the world’s largest glass turkey drumstick.

Stop by the Holiday Studio Sale in the Event Center, November 29 through December 8, to find a variety of glass and ceramic items reduced 30% to 70% OFF original prices!

Enjoy FREE admission all day, part of the “WheatonArts Family Days! Presented by PNC Arts Alive!” program.


Third Thursday

Location: Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall

Downtown Hammonton comes alive on the Third Thursday of each month, with food, music, and fun throughout the town.

The galleries at Kramer Hall are open late for the occasion, with refreshments to complement the evening.


World Above Open Mic & Featured Reading

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

The South Jersey Poets Collective hosts World Above, a monthly open mic and featured poet reading.

These open mics are open to the public for free. Everyone is encouraged to attend and to share their poetry. We want to hear your voice and request that if you are reading that you are respectful of those around you while remaining honest to yourself. No threatening, racist, homophobic or hateful messages of any sort will be tolerated. Please be advised that this series is recommended for adults due to the potentially mature nature of the poems read.

Each poet reading in the Open Mic is invited to share one poem, less than two-minutes long. During the intermission, the Noyes Arts Garage Cafe is open and attendees may peruse the open artist studios. A take-home writing prompt is offered at each session. The Featured Poet often reads for thirty minutes, followed by Q&A and book signing.

As Dante ascends from the Inferno & rises from the shadows he finds himself “in a world above.” This is where we exist.  In a universe that contains infinity, we speak of everything through our poetry in a “World Above.”


SCOSA Art Tour at Noyes Hammonton

Location: Noyes Museum Galleries, Stockton at Hammonton, 30 Front St., Hammonton

Take a brief tour for an overview of the art exhibitions in the Noyes Museum Galleries in Hammonton. Your guide will lead you on an informative walk through the galleries, offering insights on the exhibiting artists, their techniques and their subject matter.

Register HERE


SCOSA: Corn Husk People Workshop

Location: Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall

In collaboration with SCOSA, the Stockton Center on Successful Aging, this Second Wednesday in Hammonton we are hosting a Corn Husk People Art Activity! Corn Husk People were originally a Native American craft that was adapted by early Americans. They require dried corn husks, twine, and yarn to create figures. Boys and girls are welcome to create a corn husk person and experience what they would have played with more than 200 years ago!

Register Here on Eventbrite


Emanation 2019: Meet the Artists

Join us at WheatonArts on November 9 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. as we celebrate our current exhibition, Emanation 2019! The afternoon will be filled with hands-on activities that encourage creative learning, artist demonstrations of how the artworks were made in our Glass Studio, informal gallery talks by the curator and exhibiting artists, and a return performance of “Phantom Frequencies” by Martha McDonald and Laura Baird. See the full schedule for this unique celebration on our website at wheatonarts.org.

“Phantom Frequencies” features glass instruments created in the WheatonArts Glass Studio that were inspired by the historic glass objects in the Museum of American Glass collection. The performance explores the myriad ways glass can speak in a dialogue between the ghosts of WheatonArts past and the glass of some imagined future. The "Phantom Frequencies" photo used here is by Ryan Collerd.

Emanation 2019, curated by Julie Courtney, is on display through December 31, 2019 in the Museum of American Glass at WheatonArts. Emanation 2019 is the third exhibition of contemporary art featuring new works developed and created by artists invited to utilize the resources and facilities at WheatonArts for experiment based exploration. The results are displayed with an emphasis on each artist’s creative process. Artists participating in the exhibit are Jesse Krimes, Tristin Lowe, Martha McDonald and Laura Baird, Karyn Olivier, Richard Torchia, Allan Wexler, and Jo Yarrington. Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is included with general admission to WheatonArts.