Art Loop at the DCCA

ART ON THE TOWN

Sponsored by the City of Wilmington, Art on the Town is a great way to view the exhibitions in our galleries and visit the artist studios during our extended gallery hours. Held on the first Friday of the month, Art on the Town is free and open to the public. 5 - 9 pm unless otherwise noted.  
 
DCCA Studios open 5 - 9 pm.

Visit the City of Wilmington's website for a downloadable version of the Art on the Town Magazine each month.
 

* Please note: Some calendar exceptions apply when First Friday falls on a holiday weekend.

 

Friday, November 7

Hiro Sakaguchi's Avert Escape or Cope With Opening Reception

Hiro SakaguchiDuPont II Gallery
November 1, 2014 - April 26, 2015

A selection of whimsical paintings and sculpture inspired by an aesthetic for animation and childhood toys, Sakaguchi's work focuses on themes of war and natural destruction.

Dan Jackson's Manufactured Opening Reception

Dan JacksonDuPont I Gallery
November 8, 2014 - May 3, 2015

Jackson's solo exhibition of still life photographs and photo-realistic figurative paintings reflect art historical precedents as well as advertising and movie sets.

 

 

Underground Comic Con 2

Underground Comic Con 2Learn More!

DCCA Auditorium
FREE!

Adult and kid Cosplayers are highly encouraged to come. Comic book artists will be showing their skills on site and there will be superheroes available for photo opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supporting Kidds Art Exhibit Closing Reception

Supporting Kidds ExhibitionReception: 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
DCCA Lobby

Supporting Kidds provides a compassionate pathway to healing for grieving children and their families, and empowers the community to support them in the grieving process. November 7 will be the last chance to see the week-long Expressions of Grief Art Exhibit at the DCCA.

 

 

Featured Artist Jim Graham

Jim Graham photograph DCCA Art Lounge in the Lobby

Delaware photographer Jim Graham has worked as an editorial, commercial, and fine art photographer for more than 35 years. Among other honors, Graham was named Southern Photographer of the Year and was twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. His fine art photography has been shown throughout Delaware and in galleries in New York, Maine, Indiana, and on Nantucket.