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Danville Art Gallery Committee Seeking Proposals For Exhibits


The Curatorial Committee for the Village Theatre Art Gallery in Danville is currently accepting proposals from guest curators for art gallery exhibitions. The Village Theatre Art Gallery, 233 Front St., is a 1,000 sq. ft. exhibition space which opened its doors in November, 2009. The overall goal of the Village Theatre Art Gallery, as identified by the Town Council, is to enhance the Town’s cultural arts program offerings through the presentation of exciting and vibrant art exhibits which will appeal to, engage, and educate Danville and surrounding communities.

Those interested in proposing an exhibition are encouraged to visit the space, become familiar with the gallery’s past and current exhibition program, and understand the Danville community before submitting a proposal. Strong proposals will be clear and concise, will present innovative and engaging ideas, and will tend to draw a diverse group of participants and visitors.

Review Process: There is a two-step process to review submissions. The initial review is an opportunity to communicate the essential elements of the curatorial idea, presenting a limited number of images and writing materials. Once the Curatorial Committee completes the initial review, additional materials and a project budget will be requested from a select number of applicants for a follow-up review.

For further details and the proposal form, go to www.villagetheatreartgallery.com .

For additional information, contact Visual Arts Coordinator, Marija Nelson Bleier at (925) 314-3460 or mbleier@danville.ca.gov


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