FREE Family Sundays 

The Delaware Contemporary’s Free Family Sundays are a great way to introduce children to new concepts in art and expose them to the artistic process in a fun and inviting way. All ages are welcome and no registration is required. Guided family tours, classroom activities, and scavenger hunts through the galleries!

Free Family Sunday

Visions of Peace
Sunday, September 18
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

To coincide with Delaware Peace Week and the Pacem in Terris Children’s Peace Art Exhibition here at The Delaware Contemporary, we invite families to come together to create individual and collaborative artwork representing their own visions of peace.

Color!
Sunday, October 16
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

Activate your creative energy as we explore the vibrant work of exhibiting artists, Jessie & Katey and transform an ordinary museum space into a fun and playful place through the exciting world of color!

New Ancient Symbols
Sunday, November 20
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

Discover the work of artist Quentin Moseley in his show The Museum of Prehistory. In the style of Moseley, we will reimagine ancient Paleolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age symbols to create new symbols of our own.

Natural Wonders
Sunday, December 18
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

Explore Stephanie Garmey’s work in her solo show Indigo Dream to create nature inspired artwork.

David Bowie Remembered
Sunday, January 8
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

“I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring.” In celebration of the late, great David Bowie, born on January 8, 1947, families will create works inspired by the work of this beloved and innovative artist.

Love Letters - Art with Heart
Sunday, February 12
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

Be inspired by Steve Powers’ mural project, A Love Letter For You and the iconic Robert Indiana’s L0VE sculpture to create bold, text-based artwork in the spirit of Valentine’s Day.

The Night Sky
Sunday, March 12
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

Your Body is a Space That Sees is series of cyanotype prints by artist Lia Holloran that represents discoveries by female astronomers including craters, comets, galaxies, and nebula. Be inspired by these beautiful prints to create celestial works sure to be out of this world!

From Trash to Treasure
Sunday, April 16
Noon – 3 pm
FREE

In honor of Earth Day, we will help improve our earth by reusing and up-cycling household trash into treasured objects.


For more information, contact Jennifer Polillo, Curator of Education, by email or at 302-656-6466 x7101.