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April 13, 2021 - April 13, 2022 Museum Exhibitions Events

Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
14
Wed
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

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RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 30 more times through May 23

CURATORIAL PORTFOLIO REVIEW: APRIL 2021

The Delaware Contemporary

Apr
14
Wed
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Classes, Lectures & Workshops, Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

CURATORIAL PORTFOLIO REVIEW: APRIL 2021

$20.00

Curatorial Portfolio Review
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 | 5 - 7 PM
Registration Fee: $20

As a service to artists in our community, we invite you to a Curatorial Portfolio Review. The style of this review will offer multiple opinions by members of the Curatorial Department and will offer new perspectives on your work to improve your professional development.

HOW TO PREPARE
Be prepared to discuss your work, process, vision, and ask questions.

WHAT TO BRING
Prepare a concise portfolio consisting of the following:

--artist statement

--brief biography and CV

--no more than 5 - 6 examples of your work

Work can be presented in high resolution digital images on your lap top or physical pieces of manageable sizes no larger than 15 inches.

WHAT TO EXPECT
1) Feedback on what a curator looks for when considering artwork for exhibitions.
2) Expect to share your vision and your processes with the reviewer.
3) Expect to answer questions about your portfolio.

Dates subject to change.

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Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
15
Thu
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 29 more times through May 23

Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
16
Fri
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 28 more times through May 23

CLAY WORKSHOP SERIES: SCRATCH THE SURFACE

The Delaware Contemporary

Apr
17
Sat
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Classes, Lectures & Workshops, Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

CLAY WORKSHOP SERIES: SCRATCH THE SURFACE

$120.00

THREE-PART SERIES
Saturdays | 10 AM - 12:30 PM

April 10, 2021 | April 17, 2021 | April 24, 2021

Scratch the Surface is perfect for new ceramicists looking to begin their practice or build their techniques. In this three-part series, participants will explore basic ceramic techniques and concepts including wheel throwing, hand building, and glazing.

Limited Space Available | Registration Required
Clay, glazing, and firing included

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Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
17
Sat
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 27 more times through May 23

Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
18
Sun
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

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RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 26 more times through May 23

Dara Meredith Dance Community Conversation: Exploration

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
18
Sun
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INbudget
#INbudget ($0-$10), Classes, Lectures & Workshops, Dance/Ballet, Museum Exhibitions

Members of the dance community and the public are invited to view and discuss rehearsal footage as choreographer Dara Meredith continues work on a new dance work inspired by Southern Souvenir No. II. This virtual program will also focus on questions from Delaware’s up-and-coming dancers and choreographers. Support provided by Art Bridges.

 

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Virtual Slow Art Tour and Artful Meditation

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
18
Sun
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INbudget
#INbudget ($0-$10), Health & Wellness, Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

Viewing and making art can reduce stress and improve mental health, so join us for a virtual edition of our monthly slow art tour followed by a meditative art experience. Slow down to unlock your creativity. This program is sponsored by Museum Council. 

Growth #2, 1989. Charles Burwell (born 1955). Oil and oil stick on canvas, 42 1/4 × 40 inches. Delaware Art Museum, F.V. du Pont Acquisition Fund, 1990. © Charles Burwell.

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Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
21
Wed
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 25 more times through May 23

Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
22
Thu
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 24 more times through May 23

Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
23
Fri
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 23 more times through May 23

CLAY WORKSHOP SERIES: SCRATCH THE SURFACE

The Delaware Contemporary

Apr
24
Sat
GET TICKETS
Classes, Lectures & Workshops, Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

CLAY WORKSHOP SERIES: SCRATCH THE SURFACE

$120.00

THREE-PART SERIES
Saturdays | 10 AM - 12:30 PM

April 10, 2021 | April 17, 2021 | April 24, 2021

Scratch the Surface is perfect for new ceramicists looking to begin their practice or build their techniques. In this three-part series, participants will explore basic ceramic techniques and concepts including wheel throwing, hand building, and glazing.

Limited Space Available | Registration Required
Clay, glazing, and firing included

Read more »

Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
24
Sat
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 22 more times through May 23

Seeing Essential Workers through a New Lens

Delaware Art Museum

Apr
25
Sun
Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.

This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.

 

Read more »
RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 21 more times through May 23
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