WDVR Interview with Eric Fiorito

WDVR Interview with Eric Fiorito

ArtYard Production and Volunteer Manager, Eric Fiorito, was interviewed on WDVR last Monday on “Let’s Talk” with Andy Kin. Play the video above to hear how Eric found his way to ArtYard, and about his recent involvement with the Frenchtown Food...
New Addition to the ArtYard Campus

New Addition to the ArtYard Campus

It gives us great pleasure to announce a new addition to the ArtYard campus. This May we closed on the beautiful and iconic building at 12 Bridge Street, once known as the Apgar House. It is our sincere hope that in this moment, our presence on Bridge Street signals...
ArtYard’s Update COVID-19

ArtYard’s Update COVID-19

Dear friends of ArtYard,  In light of continuing developments and preventative measurements against COVID-19, we have decided to remain closed beyond March 30th and through the Spring of 2020. While our galleries and theater are closed, we will continue to engage with...
Alone Together

Alone Together

“I sat at the foot of a huge tree, a statue of the night, and tried to make an inventory of all I had seen, heard, smelled, and felt: dizziness, horror, stupor, astonishment, joy, enthusiasm, nausea, inescapable attraction. What had attracted me? It was difficult to...
ArtYard’s COVID-19 Statement

ArtYard’s COVID-19 Statement

Effective Immediately: March 12, 2020 Dear Friends of ArtYard, As COVID-19 cases spread in our region, we wanted to let you know that we share your concerns and are taking this matter seriously. The health and well-being of ArtYard’s audiences, artists, and staff are...
Interview with Mike Wiley

Interview with Mike Wiley

Please join us for Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till, a one-actor, 36 character play about one of the most infamous murders of the Civil Rights Era. ABOUT THIS EVENT In 1955, a 14-year-old black Chicago youth traveled to the Mississippi Delta with country kinfolk and...
Videos from Crank Night!

Videos from Crank Night!

CRANK NIGHT! On March 30th of 2019 at ArtYard, we enjoyed an evening of performance and storytelling by local artists, poets, and musicians from the Delaware River community. The event was part of our exhibition specific programming for the Creative Commons. Please...

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