The Grand Galleries are a great opportunity for area artists to gain more exposure as well as offer enrichment and enjoyment to patrons, performing artists, artistic partners and staff.

The Grand is actively seeking artists to exhibit their work during the coming year. Along with the opportunity to show for the month, artists will also take part in the City of Wilmington's Art on the Town, also known as the "Art Loop" on first Fridays.

For artists interested in exhibiting their work at The Grand, download an application here.

Download guidelines for exhibiting at The Grand Galleries.

Copeland Hall Gallery
Copeland Hall Gallery

May Exhibit: Pacem in Terris, “Traveling Peace Exhibition”

Pacem in Terris is a grassroots, nonpartisan, interfaith, member-supported peace and justice non-profit organization based in Wilmington that is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year. It works collaboratively with people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and professions to spread, deepen, and enrich peace in the world, nation and neighborhood.

Last year, Pacem in Terris invited local youth to create art that is a vision of peace— that answered the question, “What does peace look like?” and “What does the world that you want to live in look like?”   Over two hundred and fifty students from 16 schools and community organizations submitted inspiring work that was exhibited for nine days at The Delaware Contemporary, September 18-26, during PeaceWeek Delaware.

Through a generous grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, the Pacem in Terris Traveling Peace Exhibition is now traveling through Delaware. For more information on the show see the Youth Peace Art website.

Baby Grand Gallery
Baby Grand Gallery

May Exhibit: Terron Mitchell, “Mitchell’s Unique Expressions”

Terron Mitchell is a professional artist specializing in three dimensional artistic creations called sculptural paintings. These unique creations are intricately carved out of wood and delicately painted with a combination of warm earth tones and vibrant colors.

Terron Mitchell was featured in the Examiner magazine after having a juried Art show at the ArtExpo NY 2016. He was also featured in the Delaware News Journal to represent the Delaware by Hands organization for advertising purposes of promoting juried art shows. His work has been displayed in several juried shows including the ArtExpo NY 2016, the Grand Opera House Art Loop, the Wayne Art Center, the Main Line Art Center, the Delaware State University Art Gallery, and the University of Delaware Art Gallery. He has managed his own personal art gallery called Mitchell’s Unique Expressions in Smyrna, Delaware for almost 10 years.

Terron Mitchell was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. At the age of 18, he left Tennessee and moved to Delaware to attend the school of Arts at the University of Delaware. He received his BFA from the University of Delaware in 2003 and started building his own art gallery in 2006.

Abstract art is his passion and purpose in life. He dedicates the remainder of his life to creating art for world to enjoy yesterday, today, tomorrow, and forever.

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