From tapestries to mud cloth artists have used textiles to create art for centuries. Now it is your chance to create a Woven Wonderland at the DCCA with textile and fiber-based art projects and gallery games inspired by Susie Brandt’s exhibition, Five Stumps. Teaching Artist Rhonda Ike will lead a felting activity accessible for all ages in the classroom, after which families are invited to take part in a large-scale collaborative fabric installation in the lobby. Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, November 20th, 12 P.M.
Join the Museum as it celebrates the work of master illustrator, Howard Pyle! Kids and their families will make fantastical art inspired by Pyle’s stories and illustrations of subjects such as pirates and mermaids. Additionally, storyteller and artist Jeff Hopkins will bring Pyle’s characters and pictures to life on a large scale with live illustrating and interactive storytelling. Kids are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite Pyle character. Delaware Art Museum, November 20th, 12 P.M.
The highlight of this concert is the delightful story of “Tubby the Tuba,” with Gene Moore, recently-retired Central Middle School Band Director, as tuba soloist and Sue Moore, his wife, second grade teacher a W. Reily Brown, as narrator. A number of Christmas selections will be performed, and the instrument petting zoo will be open after the concert. Schwartz Center for the Arts, November 19th, 4 P.M.
The Rehoboth Art League invites the public to their Holiday Open House event. The day will include art demonstrations and activities for adults and children, beautiful instrumental music performed by Aaron Taylor, Michelle Peters, and students of Taylor Music Studios and light refreshments. Rehoboth Art League, November 19th, 10 A.M.