Date Posted: October 23rd, 2021
This week on Delaware State of the Arts Podcast, Michelle Kramer-Fitzgerald interviews Nanci Hersh, a mixed media visual artist and the executive director of Delaware Institute for the Arts in Education, about her recent series Unmasked: Portraits from the Zoom Room and her upcoming exhibition of the same name. Kramer-Fitzgerald and Hersh discuss the inspiration […]
Date Posted: October 9th, 2021
This week on Delaware State of the Arts Podcast, Kaitlin Ammon interviews Delaware poets Jane Miller, a 2021 Established Fellow in Literature: Poetry, and Jack Mackey, a 2021 Emerging Fellow in Literature: Poetry, about their upcoming, joint poetry reading. They also discuss ൪uartet, the online poetry journal that Miller helped to found and now co-edits, […]
Date Posted: October 2nd, 2021
This week on Delaware State of the Arts Podcast, Kaitlin Ammon interviews Cassandra Lewis, a Delaware playwright and author and a 2021 Established Fellow in Literature: Playwriting, about her latest play, Visitation, and its upcoming online reading that is being hosted by the ACLU of Delaware. To start, Ammon and Lewis discuss the different places […]
Date Posted: September 25th, 2021
This week on Delaware State of the Arts Podcast, Michelle Kramer-Fitzgerald interviews Nataki Oliver, owner and gallerist of The Sold Firm, and 7GOD, a local artist who recently collaborated with the gallery on a visual art installation and short film. Kramer-Fitzgerald and Oliver discuss the founding of The Sold Firm and how it is more […]
Date Posted: September 11th, 2021
This week on Delaware State of the Arts Podcast, Kristin Pleasanton interviews Mark Fields, Executive Director of The Grand, about The Grand’s upcoming 2021-2022 season at its three venues: Copeland Hall at the Grand, the baby grand, and The Playhouse on Rodney Square. After touching on the programming and events The Grand provided to the […]
Date Posted: July 31st, 2021
Paul Weagraff interviews Tina Betz, the Director of Cultural Affairs for the City of Wilmington, about Clifford Brown and the jazz festival named in his honor.
Date Posted: July 24th, 2021
Paul Weagraff chats with Alex Johnson, founder of House Lights, about a summer initiative in three Delaware libraries designed to bring together community members, social services, and local leaders around a common artistic project.
Date Posted: July 17th, 2021
Paul Weagraff interviews jazz musician Fostina Dixon about her training, career, and upcoming program at the Delaware Theatre Company entitled “Five Women”
Date Posted: July 10th, 2021
Paul Weagraff chats with Molly Giordano, executive director of the Delaware Art Museum, about the work of the museum, its expanded mission, and it recent success in receiving a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. This grant will support a historical exhibition honoring the art produced by the 1973 Federal Comprehensive Employment […]
Date Posted: July 3rd, 2021
Paul Weagraff interviews Dr. Jennifer Margaret Barker, Professor of Music at the University of Delaware, and 2021 recipient of a Masters Fellowship in Music Composition from the Delaware Division of the Arts.