The Green - May 1, 2015
Delaware is home to a fair share of small towns and villages. Delaware Public Media contributor Larry Nagengast examines how they survive and thrive despite their size.
Horace Pippin was one of the first African American painters to earn national recognition in his lifetime. Nearly 70 years after his death, Pippin's art still resonates. In our Arts Playlist, we travel to the Brandywine River Museum of Art for a preview of their new exhibit, " Horace Pippin, The Way I See It."
We’ll also meet a UD researcher using the Hubble Space Telescope.
And we check in on the Rehoboth Art League’s expansion.
Plus – this month’s History Matters.