The Biggs Museum of American Art, 406 Federal St., Dover, will continue the celebration of its 25th Silver Anniversary with a slate of exhibitions for visitors to enjoy during the summer.
Exhibitions currently on view include “Rembrandt's Etchings,” “Delaware Discoveries: Girlhood Embroidery, 1750-1850,” “Delaware Division of the Arts Award Winners XVIII” and “Milton Downing: Moral Assembly.”
"In addition to our permanent collection, if visitors drop by before July 8th, they will have a unique opportunity to view four amazing exhibitions," said Executive Director of the Biggs Museum Charles Guerin. "We are proud of the sterling exhibition schedule for our 25th Silver Anniversary which currently includes everything from girlhood Samplers from the 1700s, to work from contemporary Delaware artists, to an exhibition of original etchings from the legendary Rembrandt. To say we have something for everyone this summer is an understatement."
Additionally, for 2018 only, the Biggs Museum is offering a special $25 individual membership for new members, regularly $40. Museum members receive free admission to the museum, including its feature exhibitions and discounts on programs. Also, Child HELP Foundation Gallery will be stocked with free activities for children that coordinate with our current exhibitions, throughout the summer.
For more, visit biggsmuseum.org or call 674-2111.