These are the exhibits for the selected year.
From Raggedy Ann to the Royals Exhibit displayed from December 3rd through December 19th, 2010.
Co-sponsored by the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History, November 21 – December 19, 2010 in Jennings and Schoolfield Galleries
Opening Reception Sunday, November 21, 2010 2 – 4 PM
For the Birds, an Art Focus Tour for Preschool through Second Graders
Approximate Tour Time: 1 hour, Fee: $30 for groups of 15 or less; add $2 per each additional student
About fifteen contemporary mixed media paintings by Greenville, NC artist Destry Sparks
Displayed in the Boatwright gallery from June 25 to August 22, 2010.
35mm Street Photography and Other Ephemeral Moments by Glen Scarboro
An Exhibit of 35mm Photography of Danville between 1962 and 1974
Lighter than Usual refers to the smaller, linear-detailed watercolors, monoprints, and acrylic paintings. The works were begun on location, as observations from nature, reflecting southern and low country tales, adventures, memories, of people and events.
"I don't know the ghosts who visit themselves in my fabrics, but they follow me nonetheless,
showing up in garments to instruct the way they are made and tell of their lives."
The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History will exhibit its MINDS WIDE OPEN March 26 through May 2, 2010. The Museum decided to schedule female artists who focus on women in their art as subjects, consumers, and/or as audiences on a worldwide, national and local basis.