Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

The Arts

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Welcome to The Arts at Delaware County Community College!

Each year the College offers exciting opportunities to experience the arts. The New Music concert series begins its fourth season with an impressive lineup of contemporary performances you won't want to miss. The Art Gallery currently hosts eight visual art exhibitions showcasing the work of students as well as professional artists of national and international reputation. In addition to exhibitions, artists are periodically invited to hold lectures, collaborative projects, and workshops for the College community and the public. The Drama Department is committed to providing a comprehensive theatre education to our students while bringing the results to the community through a vibrant, thought-provoking production each semester. Our goal is to make the College a cultural destination and contribute to the arts environment available in the Philadelphia region.

Upcoming 2018/19 Arts Season

Visual Arts Series

Art Gallery | Room 2305 | Marple Campus
FREE Admission | Monday – Friday | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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September 18 – October 26, 2018​

A.F.A. Foundations Exhibition 

Opening Reception Tuesday, September 18 2018 | 11 a.m.–3 p.m.


November 12 – December 21, 2018

215|610 CONTEMPORARY Juried Exhibition

Juror Jean Shin | Exhibition Reception & Artist Talk TBD


Call for Artists NOW OPEN! >>

January 16 – February 22, 2019 

Regional High School Art Exhibition

Featuring the work of high school students in Delaware and Chester Counties
Opening Reception TBD

March 6 – April 12, 2019

Drive Thru

The photography of Chi Pan
Exhibition Reception and Artist Talk TBD

Fall Student Theatre Production

Large Auditorium | Academic Building | Marple Campus
$10 General Admission | Tickets Go On Sale August 1st!
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November 8–10 & 15–17 at 7 p.m.


By William Shakespeare
Directed by Stephen Smith

Othello is a tragic Shakespearian play which was written around the year 1603 and was based on a sixteenth century Italian story titled Un Captiano Moro which means ‘A Moorish Captain’. Othello is portrayed as a Moorish general serving in the Venetian army of the time.

The play addresses issues of that time period, most of which are still seen in existence today. It highlights the impact of racial discrimination, jealousy, love and betrayal; elements which are not alien to most Shakespearian plays.


New Music Concert Series

Large Auditorium | Academic Building | Marple Campus
FREE for Students & Employees of DCCC
$10 General Admission | Tickets Go On Sale August 1st!

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Sunday, September 16 at 3 p.m.


Andy Kozar & Corrine Byrne | Soprano & Trumpet Duo

Performing works by Rob Deemer, Reiko Füting, Paula Matthusen, David Smooke, Scott Wollschleger and Scott Worthington. The Byrne:Kozar:Duo presents historically informed performances of Baroque music for natural trumpet and soprano in addition to commissioning new works for modern trumpet and soprano. They have been said to create 'an arresting symbiosis in their melding of voice and trumpet timbres' (Textura) and that the 'trumpet and voice seem to take on one another's qualities' (Bandcamp Daily).
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Sunday, October 7 at 3 p.m.

Nick Zoulek

Multimedia Saxophonist

Nick Zoulek’s influence on the fields of modern music and avant-garde performance has added color, energy, and light to the enigmatic world of contemporary saxophone. An artist of “pure mindfulness and talent” (PopMatters), Nick’s craft has taken his Midwestern roots across France, the United Kingdom, Canada, Serbia, India, Italy, Uganda, and the United States. He remains equally engaged in solo performance, multimedia collaboration, improvisation, and commissioning new works.
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Sunday, November 11 at 3 p.m.

NakedEye Ensemble

Time's Illusion

Originally premiering at the National Watch and Clock Museum in June, Time's Illusion is an afternoon-length multi-media and multi-composer work. Featuring works by Monica Pearce, Stefanie Lubkowski, Whitney George, Florent Ghys, Rust Banks, and Delaware County Community College professor Richard Belcastro.
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Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 3 p.m.

Hub New Music

Flute, Clarinet, Violin & Cello Quartet
Celebrating the fluidity and diversity of voices in today’s classical music landscape, Hub New Music is “one of the most talked about younger contemporary classical ensembles” (Oregon ArtsWatch). With its unique instrumentation of flute, clarinet, violin, and cello, this ensemble has been praised for its performances of adventurous repertoire.
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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 3 p.m.


Chamber Quintet Featuring Dan Lippel, guitarist
In its nineteen years of virtuosic performances and daring programming, the composer/performer collective counter)induction has established itself as a force of excellence in contemporary music, being hailed by The New York Times for its “fiery ensemble virtuosity” and for its “first-rate performances” by The Washington Post.
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Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 3 p.m.

Duo Cortana

Soprano & Violin Duo
This ensemble explores new sounds and possibilities for its intimate, expressive, and vital combination.  Duo Cortona works to establish a new and thus far unexplored repertoire, pursuing the endless possibilities of this union. The program will feature a world premiere with music by Delaware County Community College professor Richard Belcastro and text written by Delaware County Community College professor Dave Robson.
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