Upcoming Events

Note: Due to coronavirus prevention measures taken by Stockton University, all Arts and Humanities-sponsored events are virtual for the Spring 2021 semester. Zoom link information to be announced over Stockton email. 

The Question and the Answers Hide: Casey Ruble and Wendel White
January 25 through April 1
Lower Art Gallery

Dan Georgakas Book Talk, Growing Up Greek and American in Motor City
January 14, 1:30pm





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition
January 24 through April 1
Stockton University Art Gallery

Continuing the Conversation: Dr. Zizwe Poe, Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism
February 4, 2:30pm

Communication Studies Meet and Greet
February 4, 4:30pm

Who is Black? Black Identity and the First "Black" Vice President
Feburary 18, 12:30pm

Virtual Conversations with the Artists, Casey Ruble and Wendel White
February 18, 2:30pm

Visual Arts Program 
February 18, all-day event
Upper Art Gallery

Continuing the Conversation Series, Dr. Amari Johnson, Temple University
February 22, 11:30am

Black Innocence Matters: The Stolen Childhood of Black People
February 23, 10:30am

Communication Studies Speaker Spotlight, A Conversation with Vanessa Maria Graber
February 23, 4:30pm

Literary Mysteries, Uncovering Hagiographic Innovations in Palestine
February 23, 4:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

 

Vanguard: What if Black Women Have Always Led the Movement for Voting Rights
March 2, 12:30pm-3:15pm, Zoom

Dr. Maulana Karenga: Distinguished Historican Lecture: Martha Jones
March 2 or 4, 12:30pm-2:00pm, Zoom

Women in Hip Hop Summit: MC Lyte
March 4, 12:30pm, Zoom

SpringDance Concert
Thurs., March 4-Sat., March 6, stockton.edu/dance

Dog Sees God
Thurs., March 4-Sun., March 7, Facebook and Theatre Pages

Black Physical Health Matters
Mon., March 8, 3:35 PM- 5:25pm, Zoom

Cruise Thru Events: Artistic Drive Thru Experiences
Fri., March 19-Sun., April 4, All Day Event,
Noyes Arts Garage, Atlantic City, New Jersey


Continuing the Conversation Series, Dr. Patricia Reid-Merritt
Tues., March 23, 12:30 pm, Zoom

Black Mental Health Matters
Wed., March 24, 2:10 pm-3:25pm, Zoom