The exhibit explores lives of everyone from founding fathers to enslaved blacks.
The merger will increase D&L’s operational efficiency and expand the reach of the NCM’s story.
The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, Cambridge, Md, opens March 11, as Delaware celebrates Harriet Tubman Day.
The Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center at the University of Delaware has launched The Digital Scholar, a newsletter for disseminating information about digital humanities and digital scholarship.
Visitors to New Castle will see the results of an improvement plan that the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs curated at four state-owned historic properties.
Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums welcomes proposals related to the theme “Museums Exposed: Real Issues/Real Talk.”
Submissions are due February 29, 2016 and this year’s conference is titled “Oral History and Technology.”
Beginning on February 13, the Seaford Museum will host “Through the Lens,” an exhibit of photographs from The William D. Willis World War II Photographic Collection.
Most grants will reach a maximum of $1,000, yet, in some special cases, amounts of up to $4,000 have been awarded.
A total of 22 individuals and groups were recipients of the 2015 Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Awards, with five coming from the Johnson Victrola Museum.