Firefly Music Festival at the Woodlands was a smash hit with amazing performances, fashions and a sighting of two Delaware hip hop artists.
The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation helps Delaware students find an artistic outlet through its Creative Nourishment Kit initiative.
Harmony Weavers Guild celebrates its milestone with a Delaware Center for Horticulture exhibition featuring wearable, functional textiles.
Amid a vast collection of fine works, Delaware artist Samara Weaver leaves a vibrant paper trail with her macramé hangings and paperscapes.
Formerly known as the Freeman Stage at Bayside, this familiar venue returned with a new name and brought back a popular festival.
The Delaware Art Museum confronts its racist history by mounting an exhibition it rejected 50 years ago, along with many others.
After being postponed in 2020, the Guest Bartender charity event raised funds for the Wilmington Flower Market for children's education.
Black Violin visits Delaware to perform its Grammy-nominated album, “Take the Stairs,” at the Selbyville Freeman Arts Pavilion.
Check out these foodie-centric festivals this summer throughout the First State with beverage tastings, carnival fun and live performances.
U'Gundi Jacobs opens the House of Laffs Comedy Lounge & Event Center in Wilmington, but Delaware wasn't the destination he first had in mind.
From classical painting to musical and culinary prowess, these Delaware professionals are buttoned down by day and artistic on the side.
National arts programs across the country receive aid from the National Endowment for the Arts program, including those in Delaware.
Juliet Thorburn-McIntosh brings her landscape paintings to life using inspiration from her Caribbean heritage and her Centreville home.
With high fashion and fast paced racing, Delawareans celebrate the Point-to-Point Steeplechase races at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.
A Philadelphia man retraces Harriet Tubman's 142-mile journey along the Underground Railroad across Delaware 165 years later.
Curator Alexandra Kirtley celebrates the stars of Philadelphia Museum of Art's furniture collection in a new extensive catalog.
Hit the stables this year as Delawareans prepare for the 2021 Steeplechase races around the First State with COVID-19 safety protocols and loads of fun.
Edward Loper Sr.'s 1999 painting, which once hung in Joe Biden's house, is now for sale at the Stuart Kingston Galleries in Greenville.
From May to August, Delaware Theatre Company hosts an outdoor performance series featuring performers from Broadway, Hollywood and Delaware.
The Music School of Delaware hosts the Serafin Summer Music Festival featuring 22 acclaimed performing artists during live and streaming shows.