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  • Sep
    PAC Symposium
    Sep. 23rd, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
    Delaware Art Museum

    This event is complimentary and open to all current and future members of PAC. ​Register here.

  • Sep
    Banned Books Read-Out
    Sep. 25th, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    Stand for the banned! Join your fellow rebel readers to speak out against censorship and celebrate banned books.

    Sign up to read an excerpt from a banned or challenged book and listen to others as they read from their favorites. For inspiration, take a look at the American Library Association’s list of the top eleven most challenged books of 2018.

    Bring your favorite banned book, select one from the Library’s holdings on site or choose from pre-selected passages available for readers at the event table. Walk-up readers are welcome, though advance sign-ups are encouraged and will receive first priority.

    This event is co-hosted by the UD Library, Museums and Press and the UD English Department.

    Announcement of location forthcoming.

  • Oct
    PAC Retreat
    Oct. 1st, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
    Executive Banquet Center

    This event is open exqlusively to PAC members and registration is required. 

    To register please visit:

  • Oct
    "My Art Speaks for Both My Peoples": A Symposium on Elizabeth Catlett
    Oct. 4th, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
    Trabant University Center, 17 W. Main St. Newark, DE 19716

    In conjunction with the exhibition The Art of Elizabeth Catlett, the University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press will sponsor a day-long symposium that explores Elizabeth Catlett’s art and activism in its transnational contexts.

    Trabant University Theater, 17 W. Main Street

    Registration requested. For more information, please visit

    This event is supported by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Paul R. Jones Initiative (PRJI).

  • Oct
    What You Need to Know to Get Published
    Oct. 22nd, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
    Morris Libary 181 S. College Ave. Newark, DE 19717

    How do I get my work published? What should I publish? Who should I choose to publish with? As you look to use publishing to advance your career, join us to explore the rights and responsibilities associated with being an author.

    During this workshop, learn how to avoid pitfalls in getting your work published, how to craft your work so it is more appealing to publishers, and how to find the best publication opportunities in your discipline. You will also explore whether open access publishing opportunities would be a good fit for you and your work.

    Julia Oestreich, director of the University of Delaware Press, will lead the workshop.

    This workshop is open to the public. Registration is required as seating is limited. Register Here. 

    To learn more about publishing, join us earlier in the day for the “Open Access, Impact Factor, Predatory Publishers: What Does It All Mean?” workshop from 2-3 p.m.

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    The Newark Arts Alliance

    The Newark Arts Alliance is a membership organization dedicated to providing local artists with the opportunity to explore and display their creativity, and participate in cultural events that build community. 

    Vist The Newark Arts Alliance on the web at:

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  • Partnership for Arts & Culture
  • 111 Academy Street | Graham Hall 182
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • University of Delaware
  • Phone: 302-831-8672
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