The University of Delaware presents   


honoring the history and creativity of exceptional enslaved potter and poet, DAVID DRAKE, through performance and poetry

Featuring dancers, researchers & Teresa Emmons

Directed & choreographed by Dr. Lynnette Overby Choreography of featured dancer Vincent Thomas Research & poetry of Dr. P. Gabrielle Foreman

Work of South Carolina poet Glenis Redmond

Art of Jonathan Green with score by Ralph Russell

Saturday, March 1 | 4:00pm 
Tatnall School | 1501 Barley Mill Road 

Admission $5 | Cash at door only

For info, call CCAC 302.652.0101 


Support from The Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center & Christina Cultural Arts Center. Painting by Jonathan Green. 

Artist Yaprak Soysal   


Edward Loper Sr. Gallery 
Life...People...Stories focuses on documenting life on the streets; capturing the essence of the moment in ordinary daily life, capturing the expressions of people around us which are all fascinating to me.  I will also be showcasing few images from my Portraits of Nature collection where the main focus is blooms and animals.
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Christina Cultural Arts Center & the Black Heritage Theater & Education Group invite you to join a group of provocative female artists including
Jeni Barton 
Theresa Knox 
Faye Bonneau
Tracey Merritt 
Thea Blunt Henderson  
Hope Rose

and more for a second installment of women's photography.

Eye Shadow Exhibit

Eye Shadow - A 

Bebe Ross Coker BrainChild

An exploration of themes from a woman's perspective, including nature, self-development, feminism, motherhood, health & wellness, spirituality, friendship, community and social justice. The exhibition opens Friday, March 7 with a Meet-the-Artists reception & gallery talk at 5:30pm; the exhibit closes April 30.