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“Wishes Are Horses” Opens September 14, 2017 at Kohl Gallery at Washington College

Written on:August 29, 2017
“Wishes Are Horses” Opens September 14, 2017 at Kohl Gallery at Washington College

Delaware Art Museum Unveils First Virtual Reality Experience

Written on:August 28, 2017
La Bella Mano, 1875. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1828-1882. Oil on canvas, 62 x 46 inches. Delaware Art Museum

Art Making at Mainstreet Gallery in Cambridge – 6 Years and Counting

Written on:August 28, 2017
Photo: Laura Hofherr "Necklaces"

September at the Dorchester Center for the Arts Galleries

Written on:August 25, 2017
Screen Painting by John Iampieri

From Stage to Classroom – The Arts at Dorchester Center for the Arts

Written on:August 21, 2017
Photo: Fiber art instructor Windy Karpavage

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Fall Speaker Series begins October 18, 2017

Written on:August 21, 2017
Photo by SG Atkinson: CBMM’s latest exhibition, Robert de Gast’s Chesapeake

Artworks for Freedom/Easton to Feature Films and Discussion

Written on:August 16, 2017

RiverArts Call For Artists: Life on and Around Eastern Shore Waterways

Written on:August 8, 2017

Rehoboth Art League 44th Annual Outdoor Show

Written on:August 8, 2017
Laura Hickman - Contributed Photo

Sabra Richards & NY Artists Guild Plus Juried Photography Exhibits Open Friday at RiverArts

Written on:August 3, 2017
Photo: Disquiet, Jappie King Black installation (NY Artists Guild)

Caroline County Public Library hosts Maryland Public Television’s “MPT Salutes Vietnam Veterans” Traveling Exhibit

Written on:August 1, 2017
Photo: MPT Traveling Exhibit

Artworks for Freedom Easton Debuts September 8, 2017

Written on:July 31, 2017
Photo: Pictured is the Artworks for Freedom/Easton multi-media exhibit that uses the arts to inform, educate and transform public perceptions about the rapidly growing crime of human trafficking and modern day slavery, and to give a voice and support to survivors.
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