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Arts

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Delaware Public Media's coverage of stories involving the arts in Delaware.

Delaware Public Media' s arts coverage is made possible, in part, by support from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.

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The Delaware Contemporary hosts the 2019 Gretchen Hupfel Symposium next month in Wilmington.

 

 


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The Women’s Committee of the Delaware Farm Bureau (DFB) wants to give a local artist the chance to add their touch to this summer’s Delaware State Fair.

 


The Delaware Symphony Orchestra (DSO) plays its final Chamber Series concert of the season next week in Wilmington.

 

 


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The University of Delaware Department of Music hosts a preview of this summer’s chamber music festival Serafin Summer Music this week.


Children of color can internalize society’s harmful messages about skin tone at a young age.

It’s an issue two Delaware moms tackle in their children’s book I Love Your Brown.  And Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt sat down with those moms this week to discuss it. 


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Wilmington’s Creative District continues to add new pieces.

 

The latest is a new mural at The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew Church at 8th and Shipley Streets.


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A senior from Hodgson-Vo-Tech High School in Glasgow is Delaware’s  2019 Poetry Out Loud Delaware State Champion.

Chelsea Anokye-Agyei emerged from an initial field of 20 Delaware high school students - and then 12 state finalists.


The deadline is fast approaching for the 19th Annual DART Poster Contest.


 

Kim Klabe, They’re not Cages, Black Hope Winery Red, Prismacolor pens and pencils on #400 watercolor paper,16’’x20’’ (Submitted Photo)

The Rehoboth Art League (RAL) features a trio of new exhibitions next month.

 

 

March is Women’s History Month. And the Cantabile Women’s Chorus is marking the occasion, with a concert called “Finding Our Voice” in Lewes on March 24th.

 

 


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