Delilah W. Pierce

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Exhibitions

One‑person Shows: (20 Shows)

1957 & 1969, The Margaret Dickey Gallery, DC Teachers College (2)

1963 ‑ 1974, The Artists Mart, Georgetown, DC (6)

1970 & 1980, DC Mayor’s Office (2)

1979, Canal House Gallery (1)

1979, Old Sculpin, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, (1)

1980 & 1981, Cousen Rose Gallery, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, (2)

1982, Richmond, VA (1)

1983, University of DC, A Retrospective of 44 years (1)

1987, Cosmos Club, Washington, DC (1)

1988, The Charles Sumner School Museum/Archives (1)

Group Shows: (Including Invited, Juried and Members Shows)

1949, 1950, 1951, Lois Jones/Celine Tabary Studio Shows

1952, 1953, Atlanta University ‑ “Negro Artists” (National)

1952, 1953, 1955, Smithsonian Institution Metro Area Shows

1952 – 1978, Smithsonian Anacostia Neighborhood Museum

1957, 1958, 1959, Corcoran Gallery Area Shows

1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965, The Margaret Dickey Gallery, DCTC

1958, 1959, 1960, Barnett Aden Gallery Shows

1958, Chevy Chase Center Fair

1959, The Baltimore Museum Area Show

1959 – 1972, Society of Washington Artists Shows

1960, 1961, Corcoran Gallery Traveling Show

1960 – 1974, The Artists Mart (Georgetown DC) Associate Member

1960, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1976, Howard University Gallery

1960, 1964, 1966, 1976, 1977, Martha’s Vineyard Island Shows

1960, American Art League Show

1964, 20th Century Gallery Williamsburg, VA.

1964, American Federation of Artists Traveling Show

1966, Rehoboth Art League, NJ

1967 – 1980, Smith‑Mason Gallery Shows

1968, “16 Washington Artists” Anacostia Neighborhood Museum

1968, Hampton Institute, Hampton, VA.

1969, Catholic University Gallery, DC

1970, “Aesthetic Dynamics‑Afro‑American Images”, DEL.

1970, Negro College Fund‑Alaine Locke Show, NYC

1970, Smith‑Mason Gallery and NJ State Museum National Exhibition of Black Artists

1972, “Reflections: Afro‑American Festival of Arts and Culture” University of Pennsylvania

1973, “12 Contemporary Artists” Martin Luther King, Jr.Library

1973 – 1980, US Art in Embassy Program, Cairo, Egypt and Zaire Africa

1973 – 1975, US Black Artists Exhibit, US Embassy Africa Dar‑Es‑Salaam Tanzania

1974, “Black and African Festival of Art and Culture”, University of Pennsylvania

1974 ‑ 1980, Mayor of DC, Gallery

1974, Artist Equity Association, Art Barn, DC

1976, DC Bi-centennial Show

1977, FESTAC, Lagos, Nigeria, NCA Division

1977, Barnett‑Aden Collection Show, Pittsburgh, PA

1981, 1982, Traveling Show, “Forever Free ‑ Art by African American Women, 1882‑1980”, Ill. State University

1982, 83, 84, “Armory Show”, Armory Pl. Gallery, Silver Spring,MD

1982, National Museum of American Art, DC, “A Life in Art”, Alma Thomas

1982, Corcoran Gallery of Art, “10 + 10 + 10” Show

1982, Sun Gallery, “3 Friends” DC

1982, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, “2 Artists”

1983, Schenectady Museum, NY, “Black Dimensions in Art”

1983, Evans‑Tibbs Gallery, “Six Master Artists”

1983, Art 7‑Interational Fair, Convention Center, DC

1985, DC Slide Registry of Artists, “8 area Artists”

1985, Washington Project for the Arts

1986, Kenkeleba Gallery, NYC, “Unbroken Circle”

1986, The Bethune Museum, Archives, “Black Women in Visual Arts”

1987, The Charles Sumner School Museum/Archives 1988, Anacostia Museum/Smithsonian Institution – DCAA Members Show, “Inspiration”, 1961 – 1989, DC

1990, Martin Luther King, Jr. Public Library, Shepherd Park Branch

1989 – 1992, Smithsonian Travel Show – Evans Tibbs Collection, 19 USA Museums, North/South, East/West.

Members Shows: 1950 – 1992, DCAA; WWCA; AEA; NCA; SWA.

1969 ‑ 1980, Smith‑Mason Gallery

1978 ‑ 1982, Canal House Gallery, Georgetown, DC (Co‑op)

1958 ‑ 1974, The Artists Mart Georgetown, DC

1971 ‑ 1992, Old Sculpin, Edgartown, Massachusetts

1980 ‑ 1992, Cousen‑Rose Gallery, Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts

Art Seminar Participant: (Artist/Art Educator)

1982, NCA, VA. Chapter, VA. Museum, Richmond, VA.

1982 ‑ 1983, Telephone Seminar, Bennett College, Greensboro, NC

1983, Smithsonian‑Anacostia Museum

1983, Gallery Evans ‑ Tibbs

1983, UDC, Retrospective of Experiences as an Artist and Art Educator

1985, NMAA Smithsonian Institution‑Continuing Traditions, “Conversations With Artists”

1989, Anacostia Museum, Smithsonian Institution DCAA – A New View: Black Women as Artists

1991, WCA – N.M.W.A. – A New View

1991 – 1992, DCAA; Washington W.C.A. – at N.M.W.A. “1991 Honoree Program” and Conferences.

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