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Wide angle photo of Art Gallery

Wide angle photo of Art Gallery

Group gazing at a painting

Group gazing at a painting

Group gazing at a drawing

Group gazing at a drawing

Wide angle photo of Art Gallery

Wide angle photo of Art Gallery

Two people discussing artwork

Two people discussing artwork

A person setting up the art gallery

A person setting up the art gallery

Student paging through a book in the art gallery

Student paging through a book in the art gallery

The Stockton University Art Gallery provides students, staff, faculty, area schools, artists, and the community-at-large with an opportunity to experience contemporary and historical art exhibitions and related programming of the highest quality.

We are planning a July exhibition of selections from the Fred & Ethel Noyes Collection in conjunction with the Noyes Museum's Summer Camp. Sign-up now for the 2021 Noyes Summer Camp in the Stockton University Art Gallery.


Spring 2021

January 25 - April 1

Lower Gallery

The Question the Answer Hides: Casey Ruble and Wendel White  

February 18 @ 230pm 
Virtual conversation with the artists

           Missed the above event? View it here:
            https://youtu.be/VDPaU2dSwCA

           Prof. Joseph Rubenstein's observations of the artwork:
            Losing Monuments

 

Casey Ruble - Cecil B. DeMille
Casey Ruble: Cecil B. DeMille
Wendel White
Wendel White

 

 

April 18 - 29

 

Visual Arts: BFA SENIORS
Visual Communications, Photography, and Painting

Sun, April 18, 1-3pm 
Reception

 

Rachel Roman BFA 2021
Rachel Roman, Deer skull 
BFA 2021

           

 

May 2021

Selection from The Atlantic County Teen Arts Festival

 

Summer 2021

July/August

Selections from The Noyes Collection

 

Fall 2021

September 7 - November 14 

Lower Gallery

GETTING THERE: Andrew Ellis Johnson + Susanne Slavick
Refugee theme

 

September 7 - October 17

Upper Gallery

BEFORE, AFTER curated by Ryann Casey
Armenian genocide reflection in conj. w/ UN Refugee Convention scheduled on campus for Oct. 14-17

 

September 7 - October 17

Experiencing Veterans and Artists Collaborations (EVAC) exhibition

 

December 1 - 9

Visual Arts: BFA Seniors