Five properties and one historic district were listed in 2017.
Designation encourages successful preservation programs and practices.
Agency honored for its contributions to the tourism and hospitality industries in Kent County.
Delaware Senate passes concurrent resolution recognizing the division’s accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums
Accreditation is the highest recognition afforded to museums in the United States.
ARCUS Professional Fellowships strengthen the skills of emerging leaders in the cultural heritage and historic preservation movement.
Publicizing the division’s American Alliance of Museums’ accreditation and social-media best practices among topics discussed.
Article published in the American Alliance of Museums newsletter.
Scott Hayes of the Preservation Maintenance Team recently graduated from Wilmington University.
Carlton Hall, a cultural preservation specialist and historian in the Delaware State Historic Preservation Office was honored for his research into the state’s African-American history.
Event celebrated the agency’s 2017 achievements.
Greg Buchman, Chris Conley, Scott Hayes and James Scott honored for saving the life of one of their fellow employees.
Dec. 12, 2016 event recognized 2016 achievements.
Report illustrates the programs and services that led to the division’s accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums.
Accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums is the highest recognition afforded to museums in the United States.
Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs’ physical-plant maintenance supervisor commended for service above and beyond his required duties.
Division’s physical-plant maintenance supervisor commended for outstanding service and leadership.