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February 16 | Graham Dougherty
Dougherty is a long-time studio artist at The Delaware Contemporary whose paintings are meditations on architectural interiors awash in color and light. An exhibition of his work will be on display through February 24.
February 23 | Michael Kalmbach
Kalmbach is a visual artist who focuses on painting and social practice. He is associated with the Creative Vision Factory in Wilmington and a strong advocate for arts in the community.
March 2 | Amy Hicks
Hicks works with a range of time-based media including film, photography, video projection, and low-tech animation.
March 9 | Marianne Bernstein
Bernstein is the curator of Due South, a three-gallery exhibition of artists from Sicily and the U.S. She will talk about the process of organizing a large-scale international show and provide a gallery tour.
March 16 | Tara Booth
Booth is a ceramicist and educator from Colorado known for her visceral, bodily, and heavy work.
March 30 | Jenny Drumgoole
Drumgoole is a Philadelphia artist whose work questions our obsessions with celebrity, desire, and the limits and illusions of individuality in popular culture. Her work will be on display in the group exhibition Show the People What They’ve Won, on display from April 1 to July 2.
April 6 | Sister Spaceship
Sister Spaceship is a partnership between Kristin Mills and Angie Melchin. The Philadelphia-based video and performance duo will be exhibiting in Show the People What They’ve Won.
April 13 | Kyle Bauer
Bauer is a sculptor who combines metaphorical references to maritime navigation with sculptural forms that convey balance, tension, and control. His work will be on display from March 10 to May 21
April 20 | Marianna Williams
Williams pursues projects that examine the role of personal history and migration in terms of our encounters with the environment.
April 27 | Heather Ossandon
Ossandon is a teaching Artist at the Delaware Art Museum and a member artist of Practice Gallery in Philadelphia. Her work includes ceramics, installation, and video.
Banner image: Michael Kalmbach