An exhibit by artists from the University of Delaware’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes throughout Delaware is set to open March 10 through April 14 at Dover Public Library, 35 E. Loockerman St.

“We’re excited about hosting an event that celebrates artists from all over the state and showcases the vibrant art programs at each of UD’s OLLI locations,” said Anna Moshier, program manager of UD’s Dover, Lewes and Ocean View lifelong learning programs.

A highlight of the exhibit will be an opening reception held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. March 18. The community is invited to participate in tours of the exhibit and the library, as well as meet the artists and discuss their works.

The upcoming exhibit represents the second event to feature artists from all of UD’s OLLI programs, which are located in Dover, Lewes, Ocean View and Wilmington. Each program has a wide offering of art-related courses taught by artists who are program members. Delaware’s OLLI programs are academic cooperatives for those 50 and older. The programs’ more than 3,700 members come from a variety of educational backgrounds and live in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland.

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