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      January 13, 2019 - January 13, 2020 Visual Arts Events

      Oddball Art Hall

      Oddity Bar

      Jan
      18
      Fri
      INbudget Top Pick
      #INbudget ($0-$10), Rock, Visual Arts

      Join local artist hosts Pat Higgins and Kristen Margiotta on the 3rd Friday of every month for a FREE night of regional art exhibits and live art back by a groovIN' dj at Oddity Bar...

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 24 more times through Dec 18

      Photographing Wildlife in our National Parks

      Cokesbury Village

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      Jan
      28
      Mon
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      INbudget
      #INbudget ($0-$10), Classes, Lectures & Workshops, Visual Arts

      Speaker Dee Langevin, discusses photographing wildlife in our national parks.

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      SOMEWHERE ELSE

      The Delaware Contemporary

      Jan
      29
      Tue
      Family Focused INbudget
      #ALLinFun (Family Focused), #INbudget ($0-$10), Visual Arts

      SOMEWHERE ELSE
      Group Exhibition

      January 18 - February 21, 2019

      Opening Reception: Friday, January 18
      2 - 4 PM

      The Delaware Contemporary continues the initiative to expand its reach in a cultural exchange with Chinese-based artists, designers, and curators. In a joint collaboration with The University of Delaware Chinese Students and Scholars Association (UD CSSA), The Delaware Contemporary will showcase an exhibition of photographs from the East Coast Chinese Community. Various viewpoints on the topic of "Somewhere Else" will examine differences in daily life between places, emotional moments of nostalgia, or other narratives that point to the ambiguous and unknown. By exploring issues of identity, cultural barriers and bridges, the exhibition intends to widen the aperture on the lives and talents in the local Chinese community, especially through the lens of early adulthood that often records, discovers, creates, and challenges perspectives.

      How does one define homeland? By definition homeland means one's native land, speaking to an intimate familiarity and a sense of security. Many people find themselves floating outside this realm of safety by living, studying, or traveling to somewhere else. Among those individuals finding themselves "somewhere else" are the overseas students, workers, or families from China. They are, or have experienced, moving from native land to somewhere else, from Chinese culture to another culture, only to find the transition initially somewhat disorienting. The Gretchen Hupfel Curator of Contemporary Art, Kathrine Page, addressed this relocation phenomenon like "adjusting to the light" as if exiting or entering from a dark room into the bright light of day.

      The exhibition includes the following 15 artists.

      Fangyu Cai: from Xi’an, Shaanxi in the middle of China. “Nine years of studying in the US taught me that everything in life is precious.“

      Yi Cao: a Beijing native with a Master's Degree in arts management at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.

      Bozhan Hong: a junior year student at the University of Delaware. “I am hoping that one day I can travel around the world to learn about different cultures and diverse food.”

      Tianyi Hou: “I am a college student who enjoys recording life with cameras and food.”

      Zhongyuan Hu: a Computer Science major at University of Delaware. “I love to take pictures of my life and places using many devices.”

      Yihang Jiang: graduate student at the University of Delaware. “I grew up in the beautiful city of Zhenjiang, Jiangsu. After six years studying in America, I have gradually turned Newark into my second hometown.”

      Shuyao Li: “I am a finance student who loves traveling and often uses the holidays to travel and broaden horizons.”

      Tianyu Liu: “I am from Tianjin. I like to take pictures of beautiful scenery. Recently, I decided to own a bookstore”

      Yufan Wang: born and raised in Beijing, pursuing a Bachelor's degree at the University of Delaware. “I enjoy taking pictures, while singing in the wild.”

      Yu Wei: from Tianjin and student at the University of Delaware. “I like to record every beautiful moment in my life with photos.”

      Muyang Wu: born in Beijing and currently studying at the University of Delaware. “I really like traveling to places. My goal is to travel around the world before the age of 30.”

      Linhan Xu: from China. “I love photography because it can translate my inner feelings into tangible photos.”

      Ruisen Yang: from China. “I like photography, because I can use the camera to record life.”

      Furui Zhao: “I am an outdoor adventurer and nature lover. I believe that you need to make efforts to reach true beauty.”

      Xiaofeng Zhu: studying in the University of Delaware Chemistry Department. “I enjoy painting very much.”

      Curated by Wenlu Bao.

      Constance S. & Robert J. Hennessy Project Space

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      Graphic Novel Swap

      The Comic Book Shop

      Jan
      30
      Wed
      Family Focused INbudget Top Pick
      #ALLinFun (Family Focused), #INbudget ($0-$10), Games & Trivia, Visual Arts

      Want to try something new but don't want to spend money? READ FOR FREE during The Comic Book Shop's week-long Graphic Novel Swap!

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 8 more times through Feb 6

      Graphic Novel Swap

      The Comic Book Shop

      Jan
      31
      Thu
      Family Focused INbudget Top Pick
      #ALLinFun (Family Focused), #INbudget ($0-$10), Games & Trivia, Visual Arts

      Want to try something new but don't want to spend money? READ FOR FREE during The Comic Book Shop's week-long Graphic Novel Swap!

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 7 more times through Feb 6

      Art Move of Public Transportation - Geraldo Gonzalez

      Market Place Gallery

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      Visual Arts

      This exhibition depicts the work of Geraldo Gonzalez.  Geraldo is showing his work of self portrait and mostly primary and secondary color designs realistic artwork in 3D.

      These works will be on view through February 15.

      Review Gallery from February 1st  thru 15

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 15 more times through Feb 15

      Graphic Novel Swap

      The Comic Book Shop

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      Family Focused INbudget Top Pick
      #ALLinFun (Family Focused), #INbudget ($0-$10), Games & Trivia, Visual Arts

      Want to try something new but don't want to spend money? READ FOR FREE during The Comic Book Shop's week-long Graphic Novel Swap!

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 6 more times through Feb 6

      GARLAND OF SUCHNESS

      The Delaware Contemporary

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      Family Focused INbudget
      #ALLinFun (Family Focused), #INbudget ($0-$10), Visual Arts

      GARLAND OF SUCHNESS
      Karoline Wileczek

      February 1 - 24, 2019

      Opening Reception: Friday, February 1, 2019 | 5 - 9 PM during Art Loop

      Karoline Wileczek's grid pattern work functions much like the drone in Indian/Hindu music representing the eternal self, or the Braham, behind all the changing forms in her paintings. She uses gravity to help draw the lines of paint. Changing the direction of the pours brings the intersections. These crossings create the interconnection, the overlap, and the bonds between the paintings. An interfusion of forms and materials are harmonized. Color jumps, dances, and is followed in and through her paintings, carrying emotional as well as conceptual weight.

      Wileczek holds a Master of Fine Art in painting from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Fine Art from Temple University's Tyler School of Art where she studied with Frank Bramblett and Stanley Whitney. Her work is held in private and corporate collections internationally and she has exhibited her work widely on the national level notably at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Soap Factory, and the Painted Bride Art Center. She has been awarded multiple grants and scholarships from various institutions and state agencies. She has kept a studio at The Delaware Contemporary since 2016 and participates in the monthly open studio events during Art Loop.

      Elizabeth Denison Hatch Gallery

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      Glances from White Privilege Art Loop Reception

      St. Stephen's Lutheran Church

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      Visual Arts

      “Glances from White Privilege” features artwork by Rev. Linda Gunderson, a pastor at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Newark, DE. Her exhibit features images painted on vintage slide show screens, as well as PowerPoint screens and advertising stands. They offer glances reflecting white privilege.

      Light refreshments.

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      February Art Loop

      The Delaware Contemporary

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      Family Focused INbudget
      #ALLinFun (Family Focused), #INbudget ($0-$10), Visual Arts

      Stop by The Delaware Contemporary on first Fridays for exhibition openings, open artist studios, food trucks, cash bar, and new programming every month.
      5 - 9 PM | FREE

      FEATURED OPENING RECEPTIONS:
      "A Sense of Place 47°- 80° N" by Bethany Springer
      "Garland of Suchness" by studio artist Karoline Wileczek

      PLUS stop by the Redding Gallery on French Street for one last peek at Timmy Graham's work!
      LOUIS L. REDDING GALLERY
      800 N. French Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
      "Introduction to Fourth Dimensionalism" by Timmy Graham
      In partnership with Mike Purzycki - Mayor of the City of Wilmington"

      Art Loop is generously sponsored by:
      Art Loop Wilmington, Out & About, Dogfish Head, and Riverfront Rink

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      "Abstracticus" by Hillary Pease (Art Loop Opening)

      Delaware Center for Horticulture

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      INbudget
      #INbudget ($0-$10), Visual Arts

      “Abstracticus” is a playful collection of abstract paintings inspired by music and the life of artist Hillary Pease. These works use color and pattern as a window into the vibrant inner world of the artist...

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      Off Site (Pop Up Art KSQ)

      Shipley Artist Lofts

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      Visual Arts

      Stop in to see a range of artists exhibiting together- painters, new media, fibers, sculpture.

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 22 more times through Feb 22

      Art Loop at Arden: New Work in Old Traditions - Alan Burslem

      Buzz Ware Village Center

      Feb
      01
      Fri
      INbudget
      #INbudget ($0-$10), Museum Exhibitions, Visual Arts

      Since 1976, Alan Burslem has been designing and creating a diverse line of high-fire pottery and sculpture in the historical village of Arden...

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      Art Move of Public Transportation - Geraldo Gonzalez

      Market Place Gallery

      Feb
      02
      Sat
      Visual Arts

      This exhibition depicts the work of Geraldo Gonzalez.  Geraldo is showing his work of self portrait and mostly primary and secondary color designs realistic artwork in 3D.

      These works will be on view through February 15.

      Review Gallery from February 1st  thru 15

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 14 more times through Feb 15

      Graphic Novel Swap

      The Comic Book Shop

      Feb
      02
      Sat
      Family Focused INbudget Top Pick
      #ALLinFun (Family Focused), #INbudget ($0-$10), Games & Trivia, Visual Arts

      Want to try something new but don't want to spend money? READ FOR FREE during The Comic Book Shop's week-long Graphic Novel Swap!

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      RECURRING EVENT: Occurs 5 more times through Feb 6
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