Delco Arts Week 2021

Delco Arts Week: October 2-9, 2021

Click here to see the week’s calendar of events!



The Delaware County Arts Consortium (DCAC) is a collaborative of arts and culture groups working to advance the economic vitality of the Delaware County arts and culture community, and to promote the value of cultural resources to our local community.

From the nation’s first community theater, to professional musical performances, ballet companies, distinctive galleries, history museums and thousands of classes for people of all ages, all roads DO lead to the arts in Delaware County. Learn More


View our Upcoming Events to see what is going on in the Delaware County Arts and Culture scene, or add your event to be listed on our calendar!

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Wayne Art Center Presents Back to Nature 2021 – A Landscape Painter’s Invitational

Elise Phillips Ardrossan FieldsWayne Art Center is celebrating the landscape in Back to Nature 2021 – A Landscape Painter’s Invitational – an art exhibition featuring the work of 21 regional painters both in-gallery and online through June 26, 2021.

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Media Arts Council Gallery Reopens to Public

The Media Arts Council’s MAC Art Gallery is open again to the public. The gallery will be open Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 4 pm – 7 pm, for up to eight people at a time.

All the MAC Gallery Artists will have rotating representative works from their collections.

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Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra Creates Virtual Perfomances for Spring Fling

Lansdowne Symphony OrchestraLansdowne Symphony Orchestra Director Reuben Blundell recently assembled the LSO virtually to produce two performance videos for inclusion in the Delco Arts Spring Fling event. Performed entirely in the individual orchestra members’ homes, the LSO came together under the guidance of Blundell (with a little help from technology) to stream two pieces by William Grant Still.

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Ten Reasons to Invest in Your Local Arts Agency

Randy Cohen, Vice President of Research at Americans for the Arts, states the case for prioritizing arts funding in this piece, which can be useful when asking for support from donors and benefactors.

Local arts agencies—arts councils, arts commissions, cultural affairs departments—are an essential tool for community leaders as they rebuild their economies and promote social cohesion in the wake of COVID-19. The nation’s 4,500 local arts agencies (LAAs) support, present, and promote the dynamic value of the arts.

Read the piece in its entirety here.


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Presented by the Delaware County Arts Consortium and the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance