Art Salad 
Winter/Spring 2014

Thursdays Noon - 1 pm

Round table discussions.
Casual atmosphere.
Join us and be a part of the discussion.

 

 

Art Salad is a free lunchtime discussion forum. Artists, historians, educators, and curators share multi-point perspectives into the world of contemporary art. You are welcome to bring a lunch or order from our visiting food truck partners. Offered jointly with University of Delaware's Osher Lifelong Institute.

 

The DCCA is proud to be a part of the University of Delaware Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Osher students can sign up for extracurricular activity #X01 through the Osher website here.  http://www.lifelonglearning.udel.edu/wilmington/

 


February 6 – Delaware-based artist Hunter Clarke talks about her solo exhibition Sublime Creatures: The Animal-Human Hybrids of Hunter Clarke.

February 13 – In conjunction with Little White Cubes, Lee Tussman discusses the Philadelphia-based artist collective and gallery space Little Berlin.

February 20 – Margeaux Walter, MFA candidate from Hunter College, talks about her work in the 2013 MFA Biennial exhibition Post-Consumed: A Millennial Biennial.

February 27 – DCCA studio artist Emily Artinian shares both past and current work.

March 6 – Mary Jane Taylor, University of Delaware Internship Coordinator and Program Developer at the National Constitution Center, discusses issues in museum studies.

March 13 – Amanda Shields, Curator of Fine Art and Registrar at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, gives a lecture about the collection and the history of art and alchemy.

March 20 – Allington Dissertation Fellow Elisabeth Drago discusses her research with the Chemical Heritage Foundation, expanding on themes present in the DCCA exhibition Magnum Opus.

March 27 – University of Delaware professor Dr. Yasser Payne and founding director of the New Wilmington Art Association Michael Kalmbach discuss Wilmington Trap Stars: A Street Art Exhibition at the DCCA.

April 3 – Artists Mark Harris and Carmel Buckley speak about their work in Sparrow Come Back Home, an exhibition based on Trinidadian musician Francisco Slinger’s legacy.

April 10 – Daniel Cutrone, Assistant Professor of Glass at Tyler School of Art at Temple University, talks about his solo exhibition Objects of Desire.

April 17 – A participating artist discusses issues considered in Wilmington Trap Stars: A Street Art Exhibition.

April 24 – Gretchen Hupfel Curator of Contemporary Art Maiza Hixson gives a preview of the summer 2014 exhibition season.