Each summer the Division of the Arts collaborates with the Division of Libraries and the Division of Parks and Recreation to bring arts programming to communities throughout the state. This year, more than 30 libraries across Delaware will feature [artists to be announced in mid-May] as part of their summer reading program. Likewise, state parks across the state,from White Clay Creek to Cape Henlopen, will present summer arts programming. The Division of the Arts is proud of these ongoing partnerships, helping us to reach thousands of youth and adults in the summer months in non-traditional venues across the state. For these and other arts activities this summer, we invite you to explore DelawareScene.com. You’ll be glad you did!
Find out more about the 2019 Summer Reading Challenge:Summer Reading
This post is part of the Division’s 30th Anniversary Timeline series.