Artist Talk with Julia Levitina and Katherine Stanek
Talk starts at 6:30 pm
The sculptural works of Katherine Stanek and Julia Levitina are on view in the exhibition Katherine Stanek and Julia Levitina: Of Myths, Metal and Mortar. Years ago, Katherine Stanek was inspired by a decaying Grecian statue. Working largely in concrete, she plays with the idea of destruction in art. Julia Levitina works in water- or oil based clay, then casts and patinates her work. “Insight is a moment of illuminated thinking in which beauty present in ordinary existence is revealed to the imagination. That beauty, created by our bodies and beings, is what I hope to convey through my sculptures.” states Levitina.
Stockton Drama Night
8:00 - 9:30 pm
Five 10 Minute Plays from Stockton students will make their premiere in front of our community. Plays will be read in the reader’s theatre style with no set pieces or effects. The evening will conclude with an open discussion with the playwrights facilitated by Adjunct Professor, John Perovich.
Enjoy Open Sketch Night from 5:00 - 8:00 before Stockton Drama Night!
Photographs from the North Pole by Holly Horner
Event begins at 6:00 pm
Polar bears at The Noyes Museum? Nature, wildlife, and travel photographer, Holly Horner, recognizing the seriousness of planet changes, recently traveled to Churchill, Manitoba, Canada to photograph the endangered polar bears and their environment. Churchill is not only about the polar bears. History, researchers and many more fascinating animals also share the tundra. This presentation is about the adventures encountered in getting there and being there. Join us on March 15th in exploring the magic of Churchill, polar bear capitol of the world.
Movie Night - "The Amnesiac's Birthday"
Film starts at 6:30 pm
Director/Producer: Jeremy Newman, Asst. Prof. of Communications, Stockton College
Introduction and discussion of depression and cutting behaviors by Sara Martino, Assoc. Prof. of Psychology, Stockton College
This video explores New Jersey poet Terri Adamczyk’s story of familial dysfunction and reconciliation through the lens of manic-depression.
All events are free with museum admission.