The Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington is partnering with Tsinghua University in Beijing to mount a exhibition in China in 2018.
Delaware Public Media's Kelli Steele interviews Hagley Museum executive director David Cole about the "Spirit of Invention: 19th Century U.S. Patent Models from the Hagley Museum and Library" exhibition going to China.
Many people listen to the radio in their cars, or if they're a little old school maybe they listen to a tabletop radio at home. But how many people think about the layout of the radio dial or how the knobs and buttons feel in their fingers?
In our latest Enlighten Me segment, Delaware Public Media's Mark Arehart chats with author Danielle Shapiro. They discuss Shapio's new book on industrial designer John Vassos, the man who made radio and television a pleasure to interact with and how the research library at the Hagley Museum in Wilmington helped unearth his work.
Delaware Public Media's Mark Arehart interviews author Danielle Shapiro about her book on industrial designer John Vassos.
New Castle’s Read House is hosting tours this Sunday called “Courtship, Letters & Love” – featuring rarely seen love letters and accompanying etiquette rules - and even marriage certificates from the 1800s.
The Hagley Museum in Wilmington is inviting people to question their reality and choose the red or blue pill during its new film series. The museum is showing the sci-fi action flick The Matrix along with the cult classic Mean Girls, and '80s favorite The Breakfast Club as part of “Hagley After Hours: A Night at the Movies."