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Rehoboth Art League

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.



Rehoboth Art League

The Rehoboth Art League (RAL) recently named a new exhibitions director.



Rehoboth Art League; photograph from Paul Hammesfahr "Things Are Looking Up!"

The Rehoboth Art League’s latest exhibition - Small Works, Big Heart - arrives this week.


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If you visit Rehoboth Beach City Hall, you may notice it has a bit of a new look.

City of Rehoboth communications director Krys Johnson says the new city hall had a lot of wall space to fill and they turn to artists to help.

Rehoboth Art League's latest exhibition set to debut

Jul 24, 2017

The Rehoboth Art League is celebrating 79 years with its annual Fine Art Members' show. 

The Rehoboth Art League is showing visitors that exhibits don’t have to be inside. It’s 43rd annual Outdoor Show features 125 fine and craft artists on its 3.5 acre Sussex County campus.

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The Rehoboth Art League is celebrating its 43rd annual Members’ Fine Craft Exhibition. It features everything from pottery to hand-woven baskets.

In our latest Arts Playlist,Delaware Public Media’s Mark Arehart takes us on a tour of the exhibit that runs through July 24th.

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."

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In 1938, the Rehoboth Art League was founded in a two-room studio, formerly the wing of an 18th-century farmhouse, nestled in pastoral Henlopen Acres, a sleepy community on the edge of Rehoboth Beach. Today, the RAL is a 4-acre wooded oasis surrounded by upscale homes in a suburban setting. But it’s no longer limited to its birthplace.

When the summer season kicks off on Memorial Day, tourists driving on Route 9 toward Five Points will see the banner for the RAL Studios, the first long-term satellite location for the 77-year-old arts organization.

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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

July’s History Matters examines the history of the Rehoboth Art League and the historic Peter Marsh House that it occupies.