Gallery Hop locations for the Brass Band Festival – The Advocate-Messenger


The Arts Commission’s Gallery Hop 2022 kicks off the Great American Brass Band Festival Thursday from 5:30-8:00 p.m. around downtown Danville. The Hop features over 50 artists hosted by over 20 companies. The following guide will help you find artists you’ve known and new artists who are waiting to meet you. The guide will also be available at the venues and on www.danvillearts.org.

After a few years of hiatus, the Boyle County Public Library is ready and waiting for the wildly popular swing dance in the library parking lot, or inside if needed. Swing dancing starts at 7:30pm, so you have plenty of time to wander the streets to meet and shop before you settle in and the dancing begins.

You can shop and stroll from 5.30am, but come early for dinner at one of the local restaurants or end the evening with dessert and a coffee or drink.

Last minute changes to the guide will be noted on danvillearts.org. For more information contact [email protected]

GALLERY HOP 2022

Danville Bike and Footwear – 445 W. Main St.

Joe Forgacs – cartoons, watercolors

Kasey Webb – musician, luthier

Bluegrass Art Center – 401 W. Main St.

Yolantha Pace – mixed media

David Farmer – oil painting

Katherine Updegraff-White – painting, drawing

Terrell Atwood – painting, drawing, collage

Fire Pit and Easel – 131 N. 3rd St.

Amy Cooley – mixed media

Rhonda Gilliam – oils

Jennifer Hobbs Collett – mixed media

Heather Nicole Shannon – mixed media

Boyle County Public Library – 301 W. Broadway

Great American Swing Dance – 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Carol’s Bridal – 309 W. Main St.

Morgan vest – fabric, jewelry

LuAnn Lyons – mixed media

Coldwell Banker VIP Realty – 317 W. Main St.

Kathy York – recycled art

Kelly Tagarook – paint, mops

Mike Rogers – woodworking

Debbie Rogers – painting

Outside – 319 W. Main St.

Brandon Long – poster signing

Brass Band Merchandise

The Front Porch – 115 N. 3rd St.

Kathy Thompson – acrylics, pastels

CAMP LLC – 135 N. 3rd Street

Connie Beale – painting

Donna Forgacs – oils

John Andrew Dixon – collage

Tye Financial – 141 N. 3rd St.

Judy Schaefer – oils

Derby Shoppe & Raggs – 124 N. 3rd St.

Tom lamp – watercolors

Bill Berryman – drawings, watercolors

Checkered Elephant Books – 116 N. 3rd St.

Kate Snyder – mosaics

Jillian Long – “Beans and Reels: Handmade Stuffed Animals”

Chase Bank – 237 W. Main St.

Peggy Short – paintings

Sue Barry – guilts, woodworking

Lori Goggan – acrylic

Danville Office Equipment – ​​233 W. Main St. (EXTERIOR)

Tab Martin – woodworking

Jefferson Little – glass work

Pat Williams – weaving

Kris Steele – painting, sculpture

Gay McGuire – watercolors

Maple – 225 W. Main St.

Margaret Levi – jewelry

Melissa Crase – acrylics, inks, pastels

Jack Cochran – oils

Andrea Akers – watercolors

Dry Stack Roast – 217 W. Main St.

Marie Taylor – glass

Marlene Hanna – oils

DBCAAH – 108 N. 2nd St.

Michael Hughes – historian, archivist

Cerci – 222 Main Street West

Jana Bottoms – needle arts

Central Bookstore – 110 S. 3rd St.

Carrie Snow – ceramics, fabrics

CentreWorks – 3rd St. Spine Center Entrance

Germaine Dunn – paintings, prints, sculptures

Accessories A & L – 324 W. Main St.

Sandy Hogue – candy

Kaylie Devon – photography

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