Superstructure serves as the larger theme for seven individual but interrelated DCCA exhibitions taking place in Spring 2012. The symposium will present interdisciplinary scholarship and examine artistic/architectural practice as a platform for discussion of the built environment, including the urban and domestic, the environmentally sustainable and unsustainable, the beautiful and repellent, and the permeable boundaries between design, craft, and fine art. Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, March 23rd – 24th.
Together with Bob Marley, the Wailers have sold in excess of 250 million albums worldwide. In England alone, they’ve notched up over twenty chart hits, including seven Top 10 entries. As the greatest living exponents of Jamaica’s reggae tradition, the Wailers have completed innumerable other tours, playing to an estimated 24 million people across the globe. World Cafe Live at the Queen, March 28th, 8 P.M.
Join us, and see why we say, “Our volunteers are supreme!” Current volunteers, bring a friend! Not involved yet? MAL needs you! Come and find out how you can join in. MAL is a great place to meet people, help the community and get involved. There’s something for everyone so come to the party and have a good time! There will be pizza, make-your-own sundaes, recognition awards and door prizes! If you’re not able to attend, but have an interest in volunteering, stop by any day the Gallery is open. Mispillion Art League of Greater Milford, March 30th, 5 P.M.
The Delaware Humanities Forum presents Adam Goodheart, celebrated historian, essayist, journalist, professor, and author of the New York Times bestselling book 1861: The Civil War Awakening. Humanities Councils nationwide are planning lectures, seminars, book discussions, museum exhibitions, and specialized programs to commemorate the 150 anniversary of the US Civil War. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, March 30th, 6 P.M.