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Design Delaware 2.0

The Division is currently engaged in a strategic planning process, and encourages public input through a variety of channels. The goal is to incorporate the ideas, issues, and initiatives of Delaware's arts community: artists, organizations, audiences, and educators into a plan that carries the Division through the next five years, nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware. For more information on how you can participate, click here. To complete a survey, click on the appropriate link below:


October is Delaware Arts and Humanities Month!

Governor Jack A. Markell and Lt. Governor Matthew Denn urge all Delawareans to unite in celebrating the arts and humanities through active participation in, and in support of, cultural programs and activities in Delaware, with their proclamation naming October 2014 as Delaware Arts and Humanities Month.  October is also National Arts and Humanities Month. How are you celebrating?


October is Disability History and Awareness Month in Delaware!

Each week throughout the month of October, the Division of the Arts has partnered with VSA Delaware to present information about people with disabilities and the role that the arts can play in providing a better quality of life for them. For more information, click here.


Meet the 2014 Individual Artist Fellows!

All 17 Fellows are now listed on the Division's website, complete with work samples (images, video, audio or written word) and biographical information. The Visual Arts Fellows' work will be on display at The Biggs Museum of American Art from August 1 through October 26, 2014.
 

Mezzanine Gallery in October

Leon Syfrit
October 3-31, 2014 
Opening Reception: October 3 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Click here for more information.

Basic Trust Versus Basic Mistrust (Male)
Basic Trust Versus Basic Mistrust (Male)
2014
Scanned Cyanotype
30" x 24"


DE State of the Arts RSS Feed link

This week's interview with Rick Phillips & Brett Saddler from the Darley Arts Center. 

These podcasts (see archives) are provided as a service through a partnership between the Division of the Arts and NEWS·TALK 1450 WILM and 1410 WDOV.