Partner Exhibits 2018-01-23T15:37:49+00:00

Partner Exhibits

The Delaware Museum of Natural History partners with many nature, science, art and educational organizations in Delaware and the region, including special partner exhibits designed to connect with and supplement the current traveling exhibit or other programming.

2018-10-05T15:29:32+00:00

From Here to There: Canadian Minerals

Canada's four billion year old geological core streches from the Arctic to the Great Lakes. Minerals, precious and semi-precious gems have been unearthed throughout Canada. Notable specimens and locations include: emeralds (Yukon), diamonds (Northwest Territories), sapphires (Nunavut), ammolite (Alberta), uranium (Saskatchewan), gold (Ontario) and uvarovite (Quebec). Rock collecting in Canada can be an amazing adventure and Delaware Mineralogical Society Members Teddi Silver, Tom Pankratz and others agree. Whether waiting along Nova Scotia's shoreline [...]

2018-10-05T15:16:32+00:00

From There to Here: Canadian Inuit Art

Canadian Inuit cultures have an illustrious reputation for high-quality craftsmanship. What was once a small scale trading industry among neighboring Arctic tribes became an artistic phenomena with the arrival of the Europeans in the 16th century. High quality souvenir art, including hand-drawn art, carved animals, and dolls and toys were skillfully produced and traded with whalers, sailors and explorers. As these regional art forms became more popular, a young artist, James A. Houston, [...]

2018-10-05T15:47:06+00:00

From Here to There: A Photographic Journey

In celebration of the fall traveling exhibit, From Here to There, Delaware Photographic Society (DPS) members share images of animals in motion. As captured in these pictorial stories of migration, hunting, or even a moment of playful abandon, getting from here to there can be a captivating journey. This is the case with Monarch butterflies, capable of flying as far as 3,000 miles to reach their winter homes. DPS member Jon Massey reflects, [...]