Formerly known as the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (DCCA), the Delaware Contemporary is a "gathering place where art, design, and technology intersect to inspire creativity in daily lives".
The Delaware Contemporary is a non-collecting museum, focused on mounting a variety of exhibitions from artists of local, national, and international recognition.
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Showcasing artwork by current regional Master of Fine Arts candidates
Multimedia installations explore a sense of place
Abstract expressionist paintings explores the effects between nurture and nature
A multimedia exploration of fractals, string theory, geometry, and algorithms
Showcasing collaborative functional works in metal, glass, and porcelain
22 American artists focus on the figure
Exploring the 50th anniversary of the 1968 occupation and riots in Wilmington, Delaware
Collaborative duo tests alternatives to housing, transportation, and community
Ambitiously-scaled ephemeral installations and large-scale minimalistic paintings
Expressing relationships to a place, and how everyone else fits in to it
Examining the iconic imagery of suburban life through photographic still-life