August 31st – September 7th: Summer fun & games, Steve Vai, Glass Transformed, and Summer season finale

Summer Fun & Games

Get your body moving as we play (and giggle our way through) some old classics and new favorite games. Delaware Children’s Museum, August 31st through September 3rd, 12:30 P.M.

 

Steve Vai

Electric guitar virtuoso Steve Vai sculpts musical sound with infinite creativity and technical mastery. More than three decades, 15-million in album sales, and three Grammy Awards later, Vai has proven himself, in his own right, one of music’s true originals. The Grand, September 5th, 8 P.M.

 

Glass Transformed Opening Reception

Glass Transformed is the first museum presentation within the state of Delaware of the photographic work of Celia Pearson.  Based in Annapolis, the artist has traveled as far as Italy to photograph unique sea glass collections.  Spanning from still life to abstract studies, the exhibition is presented in forms that vary from framed prints to her more recent fiber installations. Biggs Museum of American Art, September 7th, 5 P.M.

 

Summer Season Finale & Fireworks

With the internationally recognized Morgan State University Choir and Opera Workshop, the Mid-Atlantic Symphony and Maestro Benichou bring you a program of vocal and instrumental favorites including selections from Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story. Stick around for the fireworks over The Freeman Stage! Free! The Freeman Stage at Bayside, September 1st, 7 P.M.

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