Your Virtual Museum
We may be closed, but the Delaware Art Museum’s mission remains the same – to connect people to art! Here are some ways you can virtually connect with the Museum’s collection, be creative, and enjoy the arts from your home.
Live Online Programs
Join us weekly to get your fill of art! Choose from online offerings featuring a variety of events, programs, and activities.
Visit the Collection
Take a closer look at a work of art, explore virtual exhibits, or try some creative reflection.
Virtual tours of special exhibitions (Click on the links below.)
Dive into a work of art (Click on the links below.)
Hear from our community members (Click on the links below.)
Spring Rain by John Sloan – Dee Baer, Museum Guide
When All the World Was Young by Howard Pyle -Paul McCullough, DelArt Community Member
Love’s Messenger by Marie Spartali Stillman – Rich Baumann, Museum Member
Protecting the Future by Domenico Mortellito – Molly Giordano, Interim Executive Director
View the curator’s collection picks (Click on the links below.)
Curator’s spotlight (Click on the links below.)
Experience Art Making
Try your hand at creating a masterpiece! (Click on the links below.)
Meet Delart collection artists for studio tours and demonstrations. (Click on the links below.)
Discover Art as a Family
Enjoy a story reading, look at art, or make a work of art together.
Watch a museum story time (Click on the links below.)
Preview the Museum’s Performance Series and hear what we are listening to.
Performance Series Watch Parties (Click on the links below.)
Explore Educational Resources
Use these lessons and activities as an educational guide for children.
DelArt At-Home Lessons
Permanent Collection Curriculum Guides (Click on the links below.)
Collections image: Self Portrait in Gray Shirt (detail), 1912. John Sloan (1871–1951). Oil on canvas, 35 × 24 inches (88.9 × 61 cm). Delaware Art Museum, Gift of Helen Farr Sloan, 1980. © Delaware Art Museum / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.