The Council serves as the advisory body to the Delaware Division of the Arts. The Council advises the Division of the Arts on matters of arts policy, funding for the arts, and other issues relevant to support for the arts in Delaware. Council members represent the state geographically and politically and are appointed on the basis of their interest and experience in the arts.
Council members serve as advocates for the arts, promoting and encouraging participation in and appreciation of the arts throughout the state. Council members must be residents of Delaware and are eligible to serve a renewable three-year term. The Council meets quarterly, rotating its meetings between the three counties. For more information on the Delaware State Arts Council, download Delaware State Arts Council History.
If you are interested in being considered for an appointment by the Governor to the Delaware State Arts Council, complete the Boards and Commissions Application, found on the Governor’s site, and return it to the Governor’s office. Please indicate “Board #0014: Delaware State Arts Council” on the application.