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Exciting events happening in Hammonton all year long! Visit this webpage often for the latest events and learn how you can host an event at Kramer Hall

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Upcoming Events:

Borderless exhibition

Third Thursday
Gallery Viewing: In Real Life, Picturing Women Inventors

Thursday, May 20th
5:00-7:00pm

The Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall will be open until 7PM, so stop by to view our "In Real Life" and the Smithsonian SITES "Picturing Women Inventors" poster exhibition.
 

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Borderless exhibition

Noyes Exhibition: In Real Life

May 17th through September 3rd

In Real Life is focused local artists Mark Allen Natale, Nick Savides, Michael Schweigart, and Ted Walsh, whose works are modeled after the ideals of Realism. Realism began as an artistic movement in France in the 1850’s by rejecting Romanticism and turning to portraying subjects with truth and accuracy. Realists wanted to show “real” contemporary people including unpleasant aspects of life. American Realism was a contemporary art movement that took place at the turn of the 20th century followed the ideals of Realism but focused on “normal” life in New York City’s poorest neighborhoods

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Ophthalmologist and surgeon Dr. Patricia Bath

Ophthalmologist and surgeon Dr. Patricia Bath invented the Laserphaco Probe in 1981, to make cataract removal faster, easier, more accurate, and less invasive. Dr. Bath’s invention has improved the sight of millions worldwide.

Dr. Patricia E. Bath at her Los Angeles home office, 1994.

Courtesy of Eraka Bath, MD.

Picturing Women Inventors

A partnership with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, Stockton's Kramer Hall & the Noyes Museum of Art, and Michelle Tomko.

May 17th through September 3rd

Throughout American history, women with diverse backgrounds and interests created inventions that changed lives every day. But women haven’t always had equal opportunities to be inventors or received as much recognition. The Smithsonian and the United States Patent and Trademark Office present “Picturing Women Inventors,” a poster exhibition that explores the inventions of 19 highly accomplished American women. Astronauts, computer pioneers, and businesswomen join athletes, engineers, and even teenagers in this remarkable group of inventors

If you cannot make the it in person, check out the video introduction and the virtual exhibition.

Video Introduction
to Exhibition

View the
Virtual Exhibition

 



Ongoing Events (currently on hold):

 

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Adler Aphasia Center

The Stockton University Masters of Science in Communication Disorders Program has aligned with Adler Aphasia Center to offer twice-monthly free clinics for those suffering from aphasia, a speech and language disorder. The group will meet on the second and fourth Fridays of each month from 10 a.m. – noon at Stockton University’s Kramer Hall, 30 Front St. in downtown Hammonton, N.J.

For more information and to pre-register, contact:  Wendy Greenspan at 973-530-3981 or email: wgreenspan@AdlerAphasiaCenter.org



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