Thursdays Noon - 1 pm
Round table discussions.
Join us and be a part of the discussion!
Art Salad is a free lunchtime discussion forum. Artists, historians, educators, and curators share multipoint perspectives into the world of contemporary art. You are welcome to bring a lunch or enjoy on-site lunch options WiLDWiCH in the DCCA Art Lounge and KOI on the Go food truck. Offered jointly with the University of Delaware 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 #X02 through the Osher website here.
March 19 – Delaware artist Dennis Beach discusses his eye-catching geometric sculptures in the DCCA solo show Color is Approximate.
March 26 – Karli Wurzelbacher, PhD candidate of Art History at University of Delaware, talks about the history of art collection and display.
April 2 – Sam Blanchard discusses his thought-provoking multi-media installation in the DCCA exhibition “…this used to be easier…”
April 9 – Members of the Wilmington-based makers community Barrel of Makers demonstrate exciting projects that combine art, craft, and technology.
April 16 – Gary Sczerbaniewicz talks about his interactive, three-part installation in the DCCA exhibition Aloft.
April 23 – DCCA studio artist Hugh Atkins discusses his exhibition in the Elizabeth Denison Hatch Gallery.
April 30 – With DCCA Curator Maiza Hixson and Delaware Art Museum Curator Mary Holahan, artists Antonio Puri, Charles Burwell, and Margo Allman participate in a panel discussion about their work and exhibition Layering Constructs.
May 7 – Drew Leshko talks about the detailed architectural models featured in the DCCA solo exhibition Relics, which are based on the artist’s own Philadelphia neighborhood.
May 14 – University of Delaware professor and artist Virginia Bradley discusses work featured in the University of Delaware BFA & MFA Exhibitions held at the DCCA.
May 21 – David Slovic speaks about his delicate, minimalist compositions in the DCCA solo show Whisper.
May 28 – Brothers Crae (xManik) and Corei Washington of SMASHED LABEL discuss their DCCA exhibition The xPop Show, which addresses graffiti art and pop culture.
June 4 – A representative artist from The Annual Members’ Juried Exhibition: New Eyes: Experimental Photography Today speaks about their work.