Smithsonian Poster Exhibitions  at Wilmington Library

Smithsonian Poster Exhibitions at the Wilmington Library

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Smithsonian Poster Exhibitions: I Want The Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program 1942-1964 Open to the Public July 21, 2014 – August 30, 2014 The Delaware Humanities Forum and the Wilmington Public Library are hosting two Smithsonian poster exhibits at the Wilmington Library. The exhibitions are free and …

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Remembering Rona Finkelstein

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We pay tribute to Rona Glassman Finkelstein, founding director of the Delaware Humanities Council, who passed away peacefully with her family on April 16, 2014. She continued to attend many programs after her tenure as founding director; we recognized her presence every time, remembering how she stood and offered her gracious smile. As the fifth director of the Delaware Humanities Forum, and on behalf of all of us- no one did more important, long-lasting work. We credit her efforts, honor her memory, and walk in her footsteps.

Birds-eye view of Wilmington, Delaware, 1864

Join us in Exploring the First State’s Largest City

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Market Street: From River to River The Delaware Humanities Forum is pleased to present Market Street: River to River, a self guided audio tour of Market Street, the main thoroughfare of Wilmington’s central business district. A close look at the city’s landscape reveals national trends in architecture, retailing, industrialization, urban planning and preservation. The tour is divided …

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Delaware’s Poet Laureate JoAnn Balingit at the Newark Arts Alliance

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JoAnn Balingit is the Poet Laureate of Delaware. Her recent books include Words for House Story (WordTech Editions, 2013); Forage (Wings Press, 2011), which received the 2010-2011 Whitebird Chapbook Prize; and Your Heart and How It Works (Spire Press, 2009), which received the 2010 Global Filipino Literary Award in Poetry. As part of her discussion, she will display early drafts of …