Oral History Interviews

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A major component of the exhibition, Dream Streets: Art in Wilmington 1970–1990, is the oral history project funded in part by a grant from the Delaware Humanities Forum. Between August 2010 and January 2014 interviews were conducted with 63 individuals—artists, musicians, arts advocates, and former politicians—whose activities impacted the contemporary art scene in Wilmington in the 1970s and 1980s. Transcriptions of these interviews may be found below.

Finding Aid

Oral History Interviews

Transcriptions of Artist Interviews

Allman, Margo and Allman, William
Baker, James M.
Balick, Carol
Barkley, Greg
Barkley, Teresa and Mclaughlin, Donald
Bartholomaus, Ellen
Bercaw, Nancy and Crayton, Alice
Bruni, Stephen
Carspecken, Fred
daCunha, Julio
Dougherty, Graham
Eder, Anne
Evans, Mary Page
Fitzgibbon, Cecelia
Frederick, Margaretta
Gatti, John
Grant, Jerry
Holmes, Larry
Isaacs, Susan
LANYON, E. JEAN
Leech, Steven
Lyons, Mitch
Mabrey, Ken
Manning, Vickie and Somerville, Sadie
Marquisee, Georgi and Mark
Mason, Helen
Mclaughlin, Kevin
Melton, Dennis and Dale
Memeger, Wesley
Morris, Cleveland
Moss, Joe
Mulrooney, Rick
Newton, James
Perlson, Leonard
Roberts, Steven and McDowell, Jon
Rosenberg, Flash (Susan)
Rothrock, Rick
Schoonover, John
Schweizer, Edward and Joy
Shea, Bill
Stevenson, Bill
Stewart, Geo.
Straight, Robert
Tanis, Stephen
Watkins, Thomas
Woznicki, Paul
Wyrick, Charles
Young, Stuart and Toni
Zullinger, Carson