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The Delaware Art Museum has acquired 67 works in the last 18 months in a bid to enrich and diversify its catalog.


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The Philadelphia-area artist collective, Assemblage, has worked in various styles for nearly 30 years. The all-female group has a new exhibit at the Delaware Art Museum that includes paintings, prints, drawings and three-dimensional pieces.

In our latest Arts Playlist, our Mark Arehart spoke with Assemblage founder Rosalind Bloom about how the group got its start and what people can expect in the new show.


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Letters from artists, historical scrapbooks and century-old exhibition manuscripts from The Delaware Art Museum are now available online in The Helen Farr Sloan Library and Archives.


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The Delaware Art Museum has reunited famed First State illustrator Howard Pyle’s very first murals. The nine-panel work is now on display in its entirety for the first time in 75 years. 


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The Delaware Art Museum welcomes dancers from the Delaware Arts Conservatory for a performance of The Snow Queen, the ballet adapted from the classic fairy tale.


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The Delaware Art Museum is putting youth artwork up on its walls for the “12 x 12 Exhibition,” a showcase for First State teenagers to exhibit on the small scale.


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Jan. 28 marks the start of the Chinese Year of the Rooster. Delaware Art Museum is marking the new year with Chinese art activities and artist demonstrations. 

A century ago, the Society of Independent Artists was started in New York City. For over 25 years, thousands of established and amateur artists eschewed the establishment to show their work on a grand scale.

In this week’s Arts Playlist, Delaware Public Media’s Mark Arehart talks to Delaware Art Museum Curator Heather Campbell Coyle about the museum’s unique exhibit focusing on the society’s work, "No Jury No Prizes: The Society of Independent Artists, 1917-1944."


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A new exhibit at the Delaware Art Museum showcases 20 regional artists, specializing in figure, landscape and still life paintings.

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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.

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