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Aina Nergaard-Nammack of Lewes to show abstract paintings in the Mezzanine Gallery in September

This solo exhibition of her work will showcase a series of paintings based on classical music.




Museums of the state of Delaware to offer 17 special events during September 2013

Four of the 17 programs will explore the First State’s rich Native-American heritage.




Joshua Meier to exhibit photographs related to memory in the Mezzanine Gallery in August

[Un]Remembering is about the process of selecting which experiences we choose to remember and those we choose to forget—in other words, the editing of memories. In this way, the act of forgetting takes on a more active role as we decide what to hold on to and what to let go; the memories we wish to keep intact and those we attempt to recreate.




Carol Tippit Woolworth to exhibit paintings inspired by a recent trip to France in the Mezzanine Gallery in June

Many of the paintings focus on the unseen beauty of trees. Tippit Woolworth attempts to capture an intense moment, a scene, a certain light, colors arranged in such a way that extract an emotion from the viewer.




“The Trial of William Penn”: Historical play to be presented at Dover, Del.’s Old State House on June 1, 2013

Living-history theater presentation exploring the trial of William Penn and the jury that went to jail when they would not find him guilty as charged.







 Pages Tagged With: "arts"

Aina Nergaard-Nammack of Lewes to show abstract paintings in the Mezzanine Gallery in September

This solo exhibition of her work will showcase a series of paintings based on classical music.




Museums of the state of Delaware to offer 17 special events during September 2013

Four of the 17 programs will explore the First State’s rich Native-American heritage.




Joshua Meier to exhibit photographs related to memory in the Mezzanine Gallery in August

[Un]Remembering is about the process of selecting which experiences we choose to remember and those we choose to forget—in other words, the editing of memories. In this way, the act of forgetting takes on a more active role as we decide what to hold on to and what to let go; the memories we wish to keep intact and those we attempt to recreate.




Carol Tippit Woolworth to exhibit paintings inspired by a recent trip to France in the Mezzanine Gallery in June

Many of the paintings focus on the unseen beauty of trees. Tippit Woolworth attempts to capture an intense moment, a scene, a certain light, colors arranged in such a way that extract an emotion from the viewer.




“The Trial of William Penn”: Historical play to be presented at Dover, Del.’s Old State House on June 1, 2013

Living-history theater presentation exploring the trial of William Penn and the jury that went to jail when they would not find him guilty as charged.