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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.

Reggie Lynch / Delaware Public Media

These days, buying a car comes down to deciding to buy a gas, hybrid or electric vehicle. 100 years ago there was another option.

Kent County Theatre Guild

A production 12 Angry Men is coming to the Kent County Theatre Guild this weekend.

Rehoboth Beach Film Society

The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and CAMP Rehoboth are opening the LGBT CINE-brations Film Festival in Sussex County.


The Delaware Statewide Arts Education Conference brings a number First State educators to Dover this Tuesday. But it’s not just about finding better ways to teach art.

Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

Local artist D. Marque Hall works for the City of Wilmington overnights, while also training to be a professional boxer. And in between those two pursuits, Hall produces and prints his own Black Lives Matter themed coloring books.

Hagley Museum and Library

The fall season is fast approaching and for many that means grabbing something hot and pumpkin spiced and finding some seasonal fun.

Delaware Division of the Arts

The Mezzanine Gallery highlights regional artists in its Wilmington Gallery space. Its 2016-2017 schedule looks to build upon years of creative work.

"All The Good guys Died by Mac Conner
Delaware Art Museum

The packed exhibition schedule at the Delaware Art Museum features three main exhibitions.

The first is "Wonder and Whimsy: The Illustrations of W. Heath Robinson."

Curator Margaretta Frederick said Robinson, a British illustrator, was well known in his lifetime, but has since faded in popularity here in America.

"The purpose of the show is to reintroduce to American audiences the work of this really talented British illustrator," she said.

Delaware Symphony Orchestra

After lack of funding forced the Delaware Symphony Orchestra to shorten its season and scale back its programs just a few years ago, the DSO is back on track and starting to expand its reach into all three First State counties.

In our latest Arts Playlist, Delaware Public Media’s Mark Arehart speaks with Executive Director Alan Jordan this week about the direction of the orchestra and the new contracts it’s reached with its musicians and longtime music director.

Wilmington Rennaissance corporation

What started with three planned murals in Wilmington’s Creative District has blossomed into seven public works throughout the city.