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Delaware Division of the Arts (DDOA) Award Winners XIX

June 7 – July 21, 2019

Each year, the Biggs Museum of American Art hosts the winning artists of Delaware’s most prestigious fellowship competition in one group exhibition. The Delaware State Arts Council, in cooperation with the Delaware Division of the Arts, selects these fellowship winners from a pool of hundreds of literary, visual and performing artists at all professional levels. They are awarded cash grants, exhibition and performance opportunities and yearlong recognition. The Biggs Museum has partnered with CAMP Rehoboth and Cab Calloway School of the Arts to feature this exhibition in Sussex and New Castle Counties.


Spirit Revealed: New Works by Aaron Paskins

May 3 – July 21, 2019

Aaron Paskins is a Dover sculptor who has been building a national and local reputation for imaginative, inspiring African figures and imagery using unexpected materials. The essence of Paskins’ sculptures capture the complexity of various indigenous tribes, executed with imagination and a touch of fantasy. Come and engage with this powerful tribute to African culture, now on display until July 21.


ArtLane: Visualizing the Museum

May 3 – July 21, 2019

The Biggs invited the artist critique group exhibition club, ArtLane, to study the museum as a subject of their photographic art works and to each create a distinct series of images that reflect their own artistic points of view. Featured artists include: Elisabeth Bard, Pat Field, Karl Leck, Ray Magnani, Dain Simons, Heather Siple, Beth Trepper, and Rob Tuttle.







Across the Year 1900: Impressionism at the Biggs

June 3 through the end of Summer

Across the Year 1900 is an intense look at the wealth of paintings in the Biggs Museum’s collection from the 1880s to the 1920s. This impressive display involves nearly every major example of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist work in the museum.










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