Holiday Arts A Glow is upon us! You must be a member of the Danvers Art Association in good standing, and the items must be your work. You also need to volunteer 8 hours during the fair to participate.
Are you interested in displaying your work at the Peabody Institute Library in Danvers? We are looking for people to exhibit for the two month periods. You could do it jointly with someone else if you prefer. Many people visit the library each day and this is a great way for your work to be seen. Call Paul Meinerth at (978) 774-4454 for more information or email him at email@example.com
Would you like to become a gallery member and have the chance to display and sell your work? If you are already a gallery member, would you like to be the featured artist for a month? Contact Rebecca Prescott at (978) 741-0847 or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in either of these. Check out our page Gallery 62
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The Danvers Art Association is sorry to hear of the passing of longtime member and past DAA President Sally Rothman. Sally was a talented watercolor and oil artist, and a friend to all.
Sally was also an active member of the National Head Injury Association. She helped found Temple Beth Shalom of Peabody, was President of the Sisterhood, and was a very active member of the temple for many years.
Donations in Sally's name may be made to the Danvers Art Scholarship for local youth pursuing a college degree in the visual arts (checks may be made out to the Danvers Art Association, 105 Elliott Street, Danvers MA 01923, MEMO: "Sally Rothman, Danvers Art Scholarship"), or to
For more information or to register in the online guestbook, please visit
Former DAA President and longtime member Virginia Hill has passed away. She was a talented artist and a great friend to all of us. We will miss her dearly.