Town of Danville partnered with local artists’ group on display opening November 4.
By Samantha McNally, Lamorinda Arts Alliance
The Town of Danville announces the opening of Brilliance, an exhibition featuring works by members of the Lamorinda Arts Alliance. Brilliance is juried and curated by Karen Baden Thapa, and co-curated by Ruth Stanton with the goal of displaying a selection of media that when seen all together, creates a dynamic, uplifting show for all to enjoy.
The artists of Brilliance describe their combined collection of artworks in this show as “full of intensity, sparkle, dazzle, and luminosity.” Brilliance opens Saturday, November 4 with an artists’ reception from 4 to 6 p.m. The reception is open to the public, and the exhibition runs through December 15.
About the Town of Danville
Incorporated in 1982, the Town of Danville is in Contra Costa County, at the center of the San Ramon Valley. The Town comprises 18.5 square miles and has 43,906 residents. Danville began as a small rural village during the 1850s, and although the Town is suburban, it still retains its small-town character. The Town operates and maintains over 167 acres of parkland, including six community parks, sports fields, a dog park, walking trails, and facilities including the Village Theatre and Art Gallery and Danville Community Center. Danville’s primary commercial district lies in the center of the community and offers resident-serving commercial businesses, boutique shopping, and fine dining. The Town operates under the Council-Manager form of government and is governed by a five-member Town Council elected at large and serving staggered four-year terms.