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Danville Art League

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Paul Brumaghim Gallery

The Paul Brumaghim gallery will feature “Art Speaks” - a collection of works by home grown Vermilion County artists.  They will be giving their voice to joy, love, fear, death and hope by communicating their personal interpretation of life.


Participating artists include:

Alexis Bergman Guzman, Rob Faulkner, Nicole Faulkner, Ben Sheehan-Holiday, Loni Hale, Ian Carey, Reagan Carey, Diana Gundrum Carey, Mason Gard, Launie Gundrum Morgan and Phil Morgan.


The league is open to the public Wednesdays and Saturdays from

9 a.m. to noon, and by appointment. Please call the Art League or Mari Marno-Martin at 217-260-6893 to schedule a visit.


For more information about the exhibit 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 currently open Wednesday and Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon.  Appointments are also available by calling the Art League.

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Art League Hours & Open Studio:

Temporary Hours:

Wednesday and Saturday 9am to noon

-Art Groups meet in the basement


The Art League is fully handicapped accessible with an elevator between floors and an upper and lower parking lot for easier access to classes. The lower parking lot is on the south side of the building on Franklin St.

The Danville Art League will be closed the week of Thanksgiving, November 22nd through November 30th.  We will reopen with normal hours on Wednesday December 1st 9 am to noon.


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.