What's On this Week at the Museum | June 15 - 21
Join us weekly to get your fill of art! Ch oose from online offerings featuring a variety of events, programs, and activities.
PROGRAMS
Art Chat Weekly: Guest Artist Holly Trostle Brigham 
Thursday, June 18
12 pm | Zoom 
Join Curator Margaretta Frederick and Philadelphia-based figurative painter Holly Trostle Brigham for a conversation on the spring 2022 exhibition  ‘I Wake Again’ : Holly Trostle Brigham on Elizabeth Siddal.  Brigham will discuss the process which led her to this project – the creation of an artist’s book investigating the life of pre-Raphaelite artist, model, poet, and muse Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal.  This program is sponsored by the Art Bridges Foundation. Registration required. Free for Members, $7 Non-Members.
CLASSES
Summer Art Camp 
The Museum will hold onsite camps for kids ages 6 – 12  beginning July 20 through August 21 and a virtual camp for teens ages 13 – 16 the week of July 27 - 31. All camps will comply with recent State of Delaware guidelines to ensure a safe, creative, and fun summer! For a full list of camp sessions, visit delart.org . Registration is still available!  
Virtual Gelatin Plate Printing Demo    
Saturday, June 27
10 am - 12 pm | Zoom 
Learn how to use inexpensive craft paint and a reusable gelatin plate to create whimsical and patterned works of art. Teaching Artist Caroline Coolidge Brown will review supplies and creative ideas while demonstrating different techniques with a live Q&A session. This program is sponsored by the Art Bridges Foundation.   Free.
LOOKING AHEAD
Virtual Studio Art Classes Coming Soon! 
Stay in touch with your creative side or experience a new art-form through the Museum’s virtual studio art classes this summer! 
Thursday, June 25
6 pm | Zoom  
Join the DelArt Readers in a book discussion about  In Sunlight or In Shadow: Stories Inspired by the Paintings of Edward Hopper , edited by Lawrence Block. Registration required. Free.
Wilmington Writers Conference: Untold Stories 
Saturday, July 18
8 am - 4 pm | Zoom 
Join us for the 4th annual Wilmington Writers Conference. This year we will be exploring the theme of Untold Stories through a keynote address, a full slate of craft sessions, and online networking opportunities.  $15 Members, $20 Non-Members, $10 Students.
This program is sponsored by the Art Bridges Foundation and The Happy Self Publisher ,  and supported, in part, by a grant from the  Delaware Division of the Arts , a state agency, in partnership with the  National Endowment for the Arts . The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com .
Connecting people to art is our mission and we strive to improve and enhance our offerings to become a vibrant hub for the community. These uncertain times make it extremely difficult to accomplish these goals. We need your help. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Museum’s Annual Fund or become a Museum Member, if you are not one already. Thank you so much for your support today and always!

Connect with art from home on the Museum's  virtual resource page where you can view the collection, experience art making, discover art as a family, and more!
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Our mission is simple – to connect people to art. Each day we strive to improve and enhance our offerings so we may become a vibrant hub for the entire community. We can't do any of this without your help. Please make a donation to the Museum's Annual Fund or become a Museum Member (if not already). Your tax-deductible contribution will help us continue to offer groundbreaking new exhibitions and exciting programming for all. Thank you!
This organization is supported, in part, by a grant from the  Delaware Division of the Arts , a state agency, in partnership with the  National Endowment for the Arts . The Division promotes Delaware arts events on  www.DelawareScene.com .

Top: Elizabeth Siddal, c. 1854. Dante Gabriel Rossetti ( 1828–1882). Graphite and watercolor on paper,   7 1/8 x 6 3/8 inches. Delaware Art Museum, F. V. du Pont Acquisition Fund, 1985