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Kid's Art Classes:
Elements in Art

Interactive Tour & Project Activity

We will offer kids classes instructed by the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society & Museum staff! Participants will walk through the park to see the sculptures, journal their experiences, and create their own small kinetic projects inspired by Paul Daniel’s work!


$5 per student per class | AGES 7-10

Classes are offered on Thursdays throughout the summer!

Thursday, June 20th & 27th, 10-11:30am

Thursday, July 11th, 18th, & 25th, 10-11:30am

Thursday, August 1st, 8th, & 15th, 10-11:30am

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August 2023

The PAC Chair, Heidi Lowe, instructed three Intuitive Painting Classes at the Rollins Community Center. These classes took students through a transformative process to reach their inner creativity. All proceeds went towards brining new art to Lewes!

April 2023

The Committee sponsored a bus trip to the Glenstone Museum in Potomac, Maryland.  We spent a captivating day touring the grounds where sculpture seamlessly melds with the landscape.  It was a great opportunity to see what can be created.

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July 2022

On July 2nd, members of the Public Art Committee were stationed at each of the four summer installations in order to answer questions and guide discussions of the artwork.

June 2022

The PAC was excited to work with the Lewes African-American Heritage Commission for the first Lewes Juneteenth celebration.  The sculptures by Rose DeSiano that were installed at George H.P. Smith Park used images supplied by the LAAH Commission x.  DeSiano's use of portraying local teachers, community leaders, and other recognizable figures from the historically-Black neighborhoods of Lewes in her sculptures provided an interesting sight for attendees.

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November 2021

On November 3rd, the PAC sponsored a community gathering to discuss the reactions, good and bad, to the 2021 summer projects and where the next year would take us.  Presentations were given by Rodney Robinson, master landscape architect and head of Canalfront Park committee, and Kate Dodd, one of our 2021 artists.

Spring 2019

The committee members took a field trip to Philadelphia to tour various public art installations around the City.

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