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Arts and Culture

Commentary: Here’s what’s being featured at the university’s museums

Staff Reporter Stephanie Maria explores some of the university's current exhibition offerings.

The university’s oldest improv group, the Rubber Chickens, gears up for another semester

As in-person events are becoming more frequent, the group is planning for a year full of improv shows and workshops.

Sandy Robbins, producing artistic director of the Resident Ensemble Players and Theatre Department chair, announces retirement from positions

His career at the university was a long one filled with many projects and shows that involved the university and local communities.

Firefly to require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test for entry

Considering the festival’s close proximity to campus, it is common practice for university students to attend.

Welcoming jazz and improvisation and game studies and esports majors to the university

These majors have just been finalized but both have been in the works for years.

University professor Dr. Jennifer Barker shares her musical journey

After several years of composing and teaching in Delaware, Barker has earned the Master’s Fellowship.

Collaborative artists’ original paintings on view in newly renovated Morris Library

The collection includes paintings that focus on books as the main subject, celebrating the significance of literature.

Letter from the Managing Arts and Culture Editor

If you’ve been a particularly loyal reader of The Review, you may be wondering who I am and where this delightful little section came from.

Delaware History Museum curates LGBTQ exhibit for Pride Month

Curated by Kristin Mikles and Carolanne Deal, the "Existence is Resistance" exhibit will be displayed throughout the summer.

Dance at the university: How COVID-19 took center stage

Both dance classes and dance RSOs have had to make significant adjustments as a result of the pandemic.

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