The Nanticoke River Arts Council (NRAC) was founded by a small group of artist & art enthusiasts with a strong desire to share their love for the Arts. Currently, artisan members create in the following mediums; watercolors, pen and ink, acrylics, pastels, oils, photography, scale model lighthouses, wood turnings, and jewelry making. The goal of the NRAC is to expand the organization to include other art forms, including music, theatre and other creative pursuits. To date, artists have shown their work at Seaford Riverfest, the Seaford Public Library, Ross Mansion Victorian Christmas, Act II Garden Party Show and Sale, The Seaford Museum, Art in Kiwanis Park, Heritage Days, Seaford Community Concert Series, Western Sussex Farmer’s Market, and most recently have participated in an ongoing show at the Bridgeville Library.
On October 8, 2011, NRAC opened Gallery 107 in a storefront at 107 Pine Street, Seaford, Delaware to rave reviews. Within one month the gallery had outgrown its space and made the decision to move the gallery to the larger storefront within the same building at 324 High Street. This location provided us with more space and a much larger classroom, which we desperately needed. We reopened Gallery 107 on January 6, 2012 with a very well attended reception.
Visit the website to find out more about Gallery 107 and the Nanticoke River Arts Council.