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Paul Brumaghim Gallery

    The Danville Art League is having its first-ever pottery exhibit
at the Paul Brumaghim gallery through September.  The exhibit features works by Art League members and artists from the community. Many works are offered for sale. Stop by to see some wonderful pottery examples from area artists.  The Art League continues to offer a "starving artist" sale at other areas in the Art League. Pieces are offered for sale for the bargain price of $5.00. Many varied works of art are still available.  

In October, the gallery will feature ‘5th Grade Dreams’. This exhibit is a photographic documentation of Sunny Strader revisiting her fifth-grade classmates in their adult lives. In 2002, these students were selected for a unique gifted program in Danville, Illinois. Of the 17 classmates, six are

parents, eight graduated from college, eight live in Danville, and one is married. This work is an in-depth and intimate look at the millennial

generation and its nuances. Sunny Strader is a documentary artist based in Los Angeles. Sunny was born in Danville. She worked as a newspaper

photographer and as an assistant to filmmaker Lauren Greenfield

before beginning her own art career. An artist reception will be held

Saturday, October 12 from 5 to 7 p.m. Stop by to meet Sunny and

discuss her unusual exhibit.

For more information about the exhibit or our hours, please call the Art League at (217) 442-9264 or check our website at
www.danvilleartleague.com The Art League is located at 320 N. Franklin Street in Danville and is open Tuesday through Saturday from

9 a.m. until noon.

320 N. Franklin St., Danville, IL 61832

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Art League Hours & Open Studio

Tuesday-Saturday 9am - 12pm

Other times available by appointment.

DAL will be closed if Danville Dist.118 is closed for weather.

The Danville Art League is located at 320 N. Franklin Street, corner of Seminary, in downtown Danville, Illinois.