The Rehoboth Art League welcomes back the Young at Art exhibition, which showcases teacher-selected artwork from Sussex County children in grades kindergarten through high school. This show celebrates the next generation of Delaware artists by providing local young creatives with support and encouragement to pursue their artistic ambitions.

Young at Art takes over the Corkran and Tubbs galleries from March 16-30 at the Rehoboth Art League. The public and participating students are welcome to celebrate the exhibition’s opening by visiting the galleries throughout the day on Saturday, March 16th.

Each year, the Rehoboth Art League awards a variety of cash and scholarship prizes to outstanding works, including the Tom Wilson Award Best in Show and the James Kenneth Derrickson Memorial scholarships. Every piece featured in the show is hand-selected by art teachers across the county, with this opportunity providing young locals with the chance to display their art in a gallery space for the first time.

This year, RAL welcomes thirty public and private schools to exhibit a selection of their students’ artworks in the galleries on the historic Henlopen Acres campus. Participating schools include Beacon Middle School, Benjamin Banneker Elementary School, Blades Elementary School, Cape Henlopen High School, Delmarva Christian High School, Delmarva Christian K-8, East Millsboro Elementary School, Georgetown Elementary School, H.O. Brittingham Elementary School, Indian River High School, John M. Clayton Elementary School, Lewes Elementary School, Lord Baltimore Elementary School, Love Creek Elementary School, Lulu Ross Elementary School, Mariner Middle School, Milford Central Academy, Millsboro Middle School, Milton Elementary School, Mispillion Elementary School, North Georgetown Elementary School, Seaford Middle School, Selbyville Middle School, Southern Delaware School for the Arts, Sussex Academy Elementary School, Sussex Academy High School, Sussex Academy Middle School, Woodbridge Early Childhood Education Center, Woodbridge High School, and Woodbridge Middle School.

This exhibition, which is underwritten by PNC Bank and supported by Delaware College of Art and Design, The Howard Pyle Studio Group, Village Improvement Association and Dr. Ellen E. Notar is free and open to the public during the regular gallery hours of Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday, noon to 4 pm.

The Rehoboth Art League is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on

The Rehoboth Art League is a membership-based nonprofit arts organization dedicated to teaching, preserving and inspiring the arts in the region.  For additional information about this exhibit, the Art League, its classes, memberships, events and exhibitions, please visit the website at or call 302.227.8408. You can find us on Facebook and Instagram @RehobothArtLeague.

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