A-Plus, Outstanding, Exceptional
When it comes to art and culture, Stockton makes the grade. From the Performing Arts Center, Art Gallery, Noyes Museum of Art and Dante Hall Theater, to a variety of writers and lecture series and seasonal programming, Stockton has something to offer even the most discriminating tastes.
Stockton’s visual arts studio is located in the Arts and Sciences building. Students can take advantage of our dance studios and music studios that are conveniently located on campus.
Arts & Sciences Building
Designed by renowned architect Michael Graves, the Arts & Sciences building was named one of the state’s “architectural treasures” by New Jersey Monthly magazine.
The Stockton Art Gallery
Stockton’s Art Gallery, under the auspices of the Arts and Humanities program, contains a dance studio, music studios and practice rooms.
Located next to the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge and just minutes from Stockton, the Noyes—in partnership with the College—offers educational and artistic opportunities for students as well as the community.
Southern New Jersey's premier center for the performing arts: Jazz, Classical, Blues, Theater, Dance, World Music, Family Programming and Children's Theater. A 550-seat theatre, the PAC offers professional performances by some of the world's best musicians, dancers, actors and comedians.