Join us for an enchanting fundraising gala set in the Victorian world. Indulge in delectable appetizers crafted by Sovana Bistro, sip period cocktails, and watch acrobats from Skylark Circus while surrounded by stunning decor and pop music covers by Elegance Quartet. Stroll through the special exhibition The Rossettis, which will be open all evening. Whether you’re a fan of Pre-Raphaelite art or simply want to show your support for the arts, this event promises to be a night to remember. Dress to impress.
A silent auction with items generously donated by friends of DelArt will be held during the Pre-Raphaelite Promenade. Only attendees will be able to bid on exclusive experiences and items including lunch with Delaware Governor John Carney at his residence in Dover, vacations to Loire Valley in central France and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, and a work of art by popular local painter Mary Page Evans.
The Promenade is the highlight of our Pre-Raphaelite Weekend.
Chairs: Dan Cole and Roashan Ayene
Sam Anderson and Taylor Patterson
Sherry and Jon Brilliant
Nancy and Evan Crain
Jennifer and Howard Fulton
Amanda and Todd Kimball
Susan and Dan Kreshtool
Margaret and Dan Lindley
Marie and Ed Stewart
Meghan Wallace and Jarred Keena
Gina and Rod Ward
Illustration by Elle Powell.
This event is sponsored by AARP Delaware; Amy and Joe Barry; Capital & Worth (doing business as H&R Block); Social Contract; Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor; Brandywine Valley SPCA; Daniel M. Cole and Roashan I. Ayene; Laura and Ben du Pont; Gina and Rod Ward; White Horse Winery; Bayhealth; Behavioral Health Consortium – Office of Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long; Blank Rome; Carvertise Inc.; ChristianaCare; Delle Donne & Associates; Marie Dugan; Elite PT, LLC; Rick Fitzgerald and Marilyn MacGregor; Amanda and Todd Kimball; Sonya and Christopher Lemole; The Mottola Group; Kate and Bob Pincus; University of Delaware College of Health Sciences; and Weiner Benefits Group. This organization is supported, in part, by the National Endowment for the Arts and 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 www.DelawareScene.com.