Short for Columbia-Montour, the CoMo Artist Talks is an event to give regional artists and individuals interested in art an opportunity to see new techniques, approaches, and concepts. It gives interested people the chance to see, hear, speak, and connect. So far the Danville Arts Council and the Exchange in Bloomsburg are participating in this regional project and we encourage more organizations to participate in hosting an artist talk in your town.
Where: The Booth Theater
328 Mill Street, Danville
(formerly 116 Mill Street)
When: Friday, March 9, 6–8 pm
What to bring: This is a potluck event so please bring a dish of your choice. BYOB.
The Danville Arts Council hosts the first in a regional series of artist talks, this one to take place at the Booth Theater in Danville.
The idea behind this event is to give regional artists and individuals interested in art an opportunity to see new techniques, approaches, and concepts. It gives interested people the chance to see, hear, speak, and connect.
Any level of artist can present their work. If you are interested in presenting contact us at or click the button below. We will accept the first people to respond since there is a limited number of presentation slots.
For more information and future CoMo Artist Talks check out the Danville Arts Council website at and also the DAC and The Exchange Facebook pages.
This is a potluck event so please bring a dish of your choice. BYOB.
Artist Presenters will show 15-20 images of their work.
Each artist will have 5-10 minutes to present.
After all artists are finished with their presentation we encourage everybody to mingle and continue the discussion with the Artist Presenters.
The selection process for those interested in presenting is first come, first serve.
Submit the required materials in order to reserve your spot as an Artist Presenter as soon as possible.
Requirements from Artist Presenters:
- One PowerPoint file containing 15-20 images/slides of artists work. (Please use high resolution images)
Submitting may take a moment.
Please be patient.