PROGRAMS & EVENTS

Jan
6
Sun
Artist Demonstrations
Jan 6 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Artist Demonstrations

Visit with artists from the Juried Craft Exhibition and watch as they demonstrate their craft techniques.

Saturday, October 20 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. David Knopp (wood carving, on terrace)
Sunday, November 11 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Barbara Straussberg (printmaking)
Friday, December 7 | 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Ashley Catharine Smith (embroidery)
Sunday, January 6 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Leslie Pontz (crochet)
Sunday, January 27 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Kimberly Hall and Justin Hardison (screenprinting)

About the Exhibition

Juried Craft Exhibition
October 20, 2018 – January 27, 2019

For over 90 years, the Delaware Art Museum has showcased contemporary craft in its temporary exhibitions by artists working locally and throughout the region. Capitalizing on the Museum’s popular annual exhibitions of drawings, prints, paintings, sculptures, and watercolors, the first juried Contemporary Crafts Show was formally established in 1958. Since then, a rich array of woodwork, ceramics, furniture, jewelry, textiles, metalwork, glass, enamel, and leather has been selected by jurors from museums and universities located throughout the United States. Selected by Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Director and juror Paul Sacaridiz, the 2018 Juried Craft Exhibition will celebrate this long history and one of the most vital modes of artistic production today.

Jan
17
Thu
Women’s Suffragists Movement: Purple Sashes to Pink Hats
Jan 17 @ 6:00 pm
Women's Suffragists Movement: Purple Sashes to Pink Hats

YWCA Delaware brings you the first Investors Cabinet of 2019—”The Women’s Suffragists Movement: Purple Sashes to Pink Hats.” Partnering with YWCA Delaware for this event are the Delaware Art Museum and the Turning Point Suffragists Memorial.

Please join us to learn about:

  • Barbara Bodichon, an early female participant in the Pre-Raphaelite movement and a tireless reformer and women’s rights champion, presented by  Margaretta Frederick, Curator of the Bancroft Pre-Raphaelite Collection
  • The Turning Points Suffragists Memorial, a history of the suffragists movement, presented by Staci Burton
  • A brief history of Mary Ann Shad Cary, presented by historian Lora Englehart;
  • An update on the Delaware Women’s March, presented by Donna Shand.
Jan
21
Mon
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day of Service
Jan 21 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day of Service

Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at the Museum in partnership with One Village Alliance and Raising Kings. Activities include tours of the collection, art-making, mentorship opportunities, and more.

Jan
24
Thu
Connected Series Open House
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm
Connected Series Open House

The Connected Series engages local creative community members to produce arts-based programs at the Museum. Join us for appetizers, a cash bar, and a short introduction to the Connected Series followed by time to network, share skills, and brainstorm ideas with fellow community leaders and groups.  Pre-register for a free drink ticket.

Learn more about the Connected Series.

Curator Conversation: Politics and Paint: Barbara Bodichon and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm
Curator Conversation: Politics and Paint: Barbara Bodichon and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

Delve deep into the watercolors and biography of Barbara Bodichon on a tour with Curator Margaretta Frederick.

Jan
27
Sun
Artist Demonstrations
Jan 27 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Artist Demonstrations

Visit with artists from the Juried Craft Exhibition and watch as they demonstrate their craft techniques.

Saturday, October 20 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. David Knopp (wood carving, on terrace)
Sunday, November 11 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Barbara Straussberg (printmaking)
Friday, December 7 | 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Ashley Catharine Smith (embroidery)
Sunday, January 6 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Leslie Pontz (crochet)
Sunday, January 27 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Kimberly Hall and Justin Hardison (screenprinting)

About the Exhibition

Juried Craft Exhibition
October 20, 2018 – January 27, 2019

For over 90 years, the Delaware Art Museum has showcased contemporary craft in its temporary exhibitions by artists working locally and throughout the region. Capitalizing on the Museum’s popular annual exhibitions of drawings, prints, paintings, sculptures, and watercolors, the first juried Contemporary Crafts Show was formally established in 1958. Since then, a rich array of woodwork, ceramics, furniture, jewelry, textiles, metalwork, glass, enamel, and leather has been selected by jurors from museums and universities located throughout the United States. Selected by Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Director and juror Paul Sacaridiz, the 2018 Juried Craft Exhibition will celebrate this long history and one of the most vital modes of artistic production today.

Jan
31
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 31 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Inside Look
Jan 31 @ 6:00 pm
Inside Look

Join us for an inside look and in-depth dialogue around a single work of art on a tour led by local graduate students.

Feb
2
Sat
Curator Conversation: Politics and Paint: Barbara Bodichon and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Feb 2 @ 2:00 pm
Curator Conversation: Politics and Paint: Barbara Bodichon and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

Delve deep into the watercolors and biography of Barbara Bodichon on a tour with Curator Margaretta Frederick.

Feb
3
Sun
Inside Look
Feb 3 @ 2:00 pm
Inside Look

Join us for an inside look and in-depth dialogue around a single work of art on a tour led by local graduate students.

Feb
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jul
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jul 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Aug
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Sep
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Sep 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Oct
31
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Oct 31 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Nov
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Nov 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Dec
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Dec 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jan
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Feb
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jul
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jul 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Aug
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Aug 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Sep
24
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Oct
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Oct 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Nov
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Nov 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Dec
31
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Dec 31 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jan
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Feb
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
24
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 24 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jul
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jul 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Aug
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Aug 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Sep
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Sep 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Oct
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Nov
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Nov 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Dec
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Dec 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jan
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Feb
24
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 24 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
31
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 31 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jul
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jul 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Aug
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Aug 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Sep
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Oct
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Oct 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Nov
24
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Nov 24 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Dec
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Dec 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jan
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Feb
23
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 23 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jul
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jul 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Aug
31
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Aug 31 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Sep
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Oct
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Nov
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Nov 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Dec
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Dec 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jan
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Feb
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jul
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jul 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Aug
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Sep
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Sep 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Oct
31
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Oct 31 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Nov
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Nov 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Dec
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Dec 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jan
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Feb
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
24
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jul
31
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jul 31 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Aug
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Aug 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Sep
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Sep 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Oct
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Oct 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Nov
27
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Nov 27 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Dec
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Dec 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jan
29
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jan 29 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Feb
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Feb 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Mar
26
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Apr
30
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

May
28
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
May 28 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December

Jun
25
Thu
DelArt Readers: Book Club
Jun 25 @ 6:00 pm

The DelArt Readers will select a book (or a collection of articles, or a film) each month. Our selections will have an arty or creative slant to them as we attempt to cross boundaries, giving our readers the opportunity to learn, question, debate and champion texts of every kind.  Our meetings occasionally take place off site as we explore and embrace the creative community of greater Wilmington. RSVP encouraged but not required—email ejarvis@delart.org.

January 2019

The Woman in White by Willkie Collins

Available for purchase in the Museum Store.

February

“Museums as Didactic Projects vs. Spaces Where the Art is Allowed to Speak for Itself” Selected Articles—Discussion led by Christopher Tharp, PhD candidate, University of Delaware.
Should museums tell visitors how to feel about the art and artifacts on display? Should museums control the story they tell about the pieces in the collection? Should museums have a clear vision? Are museums political projects? Should museums be curated in such a way as to allow for radically open interpretations?  Join us as we discuss these questions.RSVP for digital copy of the articles.

March – November

Book selection TBA

December

No meeting will be held in December