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Feminist Flea Market IN Wilmington
Jill Althouse-Wood

According to statistics from the National Museum of Women in the Arts, women earn between 65-75% of all the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees in the United States. Yet women account for only 30% of the artists represented by commercial galleries. Female graduates of art programs run into bias when they look for opportunities whether it is publishing in art journals, showing their work, or applying for grants or fellowships...

Women Who Rock…a-Billy: Tina Marabito
JulieAnne Cross

If a Pontiac Grand Am or a Chevy Chevelle Laguna is the classic car of your dreams, you won’t see it at Wilmo a Go-Go in 2019…1972 is the youngest car model you’ll find at the May 26, 2019, event. But you will find old-timey hot rods and muscle cars, rag tops and land yachts, restorations and pinstripes galore. A stand-up bass or two. Biker jackets and twirly moustaches. And cheesecake (thanks to the pin-up contest)…lots and lots of cheesecake.

CTC Pub Plays
Dan Sanchez

Twenty-five years ago, a group of young, bright-eyed actors were eager to start their own theatre company here IN Wilmington but had no space to perform. A frequent haunt of this ragtag group of performers and theatre lovers was O’Friel’s Irish Pub, formerly located on Market Street. The group approached the bar’s owner, Kevin Freel, told him their story and made their case for the opportunity to perform at his bar. Kevin saw the passion for the arts dripping from these young people and allowed them to perform at O’Friel’s. Thus, both the City Theater Company and the Pub Plays were born...

Spotlight at the Queen: The Delaware INstitute for the Arts IN Education
Jill Althouse-Wood

Think about the words ‘culture’ and ‘cultivate’. Both come from the Latin root word ‘cultus’ which means ‘care.’ Here in Wilmington, we pride ourselves in our cultural offerings and our vibrant arts scene. But the arts don’t just happen in Wilmington; they are cultivated here—‘cared’ for, starting at a young age. The Delaware Institute for the Arts in Education (DiAE) is a Wilmington-based, non-profit organization that is doing its part to nurture the arts in Delaware...

Shakespeare Day
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Three years ago, Delaware Shakespeare celebrated the first Shakespeare Day in front of the Grand Opera House and the crowds shut down Market. This year, the company stayed out of traffic and placed their scene inside the new Chelsea Plaza -- and to that stage, community members from throughout city came to recite lines from all 38 Shakespearean plays. (Chelsea Tavern and UDairy Creamery played their own starring roles, with Chelsea’s Joe Van Horn performing a few lines and the creamery creating a special “Winter’s Tale”-themed pear-flavored ice cream, with pear pieces and a graham swirl.)