ARTchat for Artists with Susan Danton of the Miller White Fine Arts Gallery

July 26th at Cape Museum of Art
Susan Danton, Director of Miller White Fine Arts Gallery (Courtesy photo)

Cape Cod Museum of Art

ARTchat for Artists with

Susan Danton, Director of Miller White Fine Arts Gallery

Thursday, July 26, 2018 – 5:30 – 7 pm

A casual potluck social; Bring finger food or $5; beverages included

 

Susan Danton, known for her elegant & thought-provoking gallery exhibits at Miller White Fine Arts will share her views on presenting art and the ways a contemporary art gallery supports the larger community.   This is a casual potluck social.  Bring your original work to share or simply share mobile images with fellow artists.

 

Now in its eighth year of operation, Miller White Fine Arts in Dennis has come to be known as a gem among fine art galleries on the local, national and international market. Owner and director Susan Danton expertly coalesces a family legacy of prestigious fine art promotion with her own creative and discerning eye, while producing invitational exhibitions of contemporary fine art that are both visually and intellectually compelling.

 

Additionally, in collaboration with Duffy Health Center and St. Joseph's House, Danton designed and operates a therapeutic open studio in Hyannis, MA, as a service to the Cape’s homeless population. Susan also serves on the steering committee for ArtSpring Cape Cod, an annual springtime Cape-wide arts and culture festival, as well as the Associate Board of Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill.

 

Danton’s prior professional experiences include registered stockbroker, criminal defense paralegal, expressive arts therapist, Tomatis listening therapy and director of a private school for children with autism.

 


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