Art Gallery

Ara Oshagan: Disrupted, Borders
Shortest, Fastest, Loudest: The Art of South Jersey & Philadelphia Punk
Preaching to the Birds: Contemporary Painting from Georgia, Romania, and the Eastern-European Diaspora
Shortest, Fastest, Loudest: The Art of South Jersey & Philadelphia Punk

The 老司机福利社 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.

Free & open to the public daily during exhibitions:
Fall & Spring 
Monday - Thursday 12 - 7pm

Friday - Saturday 11 - 3pm

Summer 
Monday - Friday 9 - 12pm (Noyes Summer Camp)
The gallery is closed on July 4 & 5

Additional hours are by appointment only; please contact
ryann.casey@stockton.edu to schedule a visit 

Gallery Telephone:
609-652-4214

For more information contact:
artgallery@stockton.edu


Gallery Location:
L-wing of the Galloway Campus, adjacent to the Performing Arts Center 1st & 2nd floors.

Parking:
Closest lots are 5 through 7. Parking E-passes are required on weekdays before 3 p.m.

 


Spring & Summer 2024 Events

Wood Engravers鈥 Network Fifth Triennial Exhibition

June 17 鈥 July 26, 2024
Lower Gallery

The Wood Engravers鈥 Network (WEN) proudly presents their , a traveling exhibit featuring work by fifty-five (55) artists working in six (6) countries. Out of one hundred and forty (140) entries, sixty (60) prints were selected for this exhibit by guest juror Max Yela, Head of Special Collections at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries, an active department that preserves printed primary-source materials supporting research and teaching in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.

BFA Senior Visual Art Exhibition

April 21 鈥 April 28, 2024
Upper & Lower Galleries
Meet the Artists Reception- Sunday, April 21st @ 1 p.m.

Al Gold Memorial Lecture Series & Reception

Tuesday, March 19th @2:30pm
Campus Center Theatre

Julie McGee (Associate Professor of Africana Studies & Art History at the University of Delaware) will be presenting Whitfield Lovell: Deep River with opening remarks from Ian Marshall, Dean of Arts & Humanities, and Wendel A. White, Distinguished Professor of Art, and an introduction on African American Portraiture in Atlantic City by Vicki Gold Levi, Picture Editor and Author.

We Are the River: Complex Narratives, Conservation & Committing to New Jersey's Waterways

Curated By Ryann Casey & Allie Wilson
January 16 鈥 April 7, 2024
Lower Gallery

Artist Panel & Reception - Monday February 5 @11:30am
Featuring work by Nancy Agati, Milcah Bassel, Michael Chovan-Dalton, Nancy Cohen, Joanie Gagnon San Chirico, Tyrese "Bright Flower" Gould Jacinto, Steve Kuzma, Lauren Rosenthal McManus, Jean Shin, Rebecca Schultz, Brandon Seidler, Lawre Stone, Amanda Thackray, Rachel Blythe Udell, Michael Williamson & Cheryl Patton Wu.

Dwell & Dusk: The Incredible in the Mundane

Elizabeth Gerdeman & Michael Hahn
January 16 鈥 April 7, 2024
Upper Gallery

Viewfinders Workshop - Wednesday February 28 @Noon
Based on an ongoing series of photographic work that engages the immediate surroundings through color and paper cutouts acting as viewfinders which sharpen perspectives and direct attention to the environment using art as a framing device.

Artist Tour & Reception
- Tuesday March 5 @11:30am

 


Fall 2024 Events

Indigenous Approaches, Sustainable Futures

September 5 鈥 November 10, 2024
Upper & Lower Art Galleries
 

BFA Senior Visual Art Exhibition

December 8 鈥 December 13, 2024
Upper & Lower Galleries
Meet the Artists Reception- Sunday December 8 @1pm