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Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History
in collaboration with DRF and the Danville Art League
A CLOSER LOOK@Black History & Women
Places | People | Things | Dreams
March 13 - April 3, 2022
A Night of Artwork and Poetry
A special event to benefit The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History
Featuring Slides of selected Artwork & Poetry Slam | April 3 | 2-5pm
Tickets: $20/pp, $30 at the door, available at DMFAH or Eventbrite
Eventbrite: Click here for tickets on Eventbrite
Location: 975 Main Street, Danville, VA
October 16, 2021 to November 21, 2021
Opening reception: October 16, 2021 | 2 - 4pm
Location: 24 Reid Street, Chatham VA 24531
Hours: Monday – Saturday | 11am - 2pm • Sunday | 2 - 4pm
Additional Hours: By appointment for Group Tours, call 434-793-5644
The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History (DMFAH), in partnership with the Smithsonian, the Virginia Association of Museums (VAM), Virginia Humanities, Preservation Virginia and their Crossroads Community Partners: Chatham First, Old Dominion Agricultural Complex, Pittsylvania County Historical Society, Hunt & Co., and the Reid Street Gallery in Chatham Virginia, have teamed up to bring you Crossroads: Change in Rural America.
Crossroads is part of Museum on Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and state humanities councils nationwide.
Date: October 16 – November 21, 2021
Opening reception: October 16, 2021 | 2-4pm
Location: 24 Reid Street, Chatham, VA 24531
Hours: Monday – Saturday | 11am – 2pm • Sunday | 2-4pm
Group Tours by appointment. Please call 434-793-5644
The DMFAH presents a retrospective of Danville native Carson Davenport’s works in conjunction with an acknowledgement of his mural “Harvest Season in Southern Virginia,” 1938, at the Chatham Post Office in Virginia. The Carson Davenport Retrospective outlines The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History’s Carson Davenport collection that has never before been seen together.
WANDERLOVE: A STITCH IN TIME
The Riverwalk and River District Area Exhibit
Wanderlove: A Stitch in Time Survey: (click to open) Wanderlove Survey
Using a photography process invented in the United States in the nineteenth-century, Timothy Duffy creates masterful one-of-a-kind tintype portraits of American musicians, preserving the faces of American roots music for future generations.