STATE ST. Cooperative Gallery 213 | 213 State Street “Growth Patterns” “Familiar Spaces” Diana Whitehead, Karen Fedczuk On view: 08/05/22 – 08/27/22 Diana Whiteman, who is showing at the Cooperative Gallery for the first time, will show paintings in acrylic. She says, “I am attracted by the patterns in the natural world as well as inside the body. I … [Read more...] about First Friday Line up for August
The Cooperative Gallery is excited to present the work of Diana Whiteman in “Growth Patterns” and Karen Fedczuk in “Familiar Spaces” opening First Friday August 5th and open Fridays 5- 8 pm and Saturdays 11 am- 3 pm through August 27th. The artists will talk about their work at the gallery’s regular Third Thursday Art Talk August 18th 7 pm via zoom and live … [Read more...] about “Growth Patterns” and “Familiar Spaces” in August
WHAT IS MURAL MAPPING? While projection mapping generally requires expertise in 3D animation software, Mural Mapping is a more traditional spin on the same idea that allows area artists to engage with projection mapping concepts. For Mural Mapping, LUMA creates a 2D scale drawing of a historic building facade which then gets screen printed onto canvas and … [Read more...] about LUMA Mural Mapping
The Dept. of Public Art is looking for boarded up buildings to design and paint temporary murals for each site. Depending on the size there may be opportunities for artists to paint 3-5 projects. "We need permission from property owners to place murals on their building, but there is no other charge," according to Peg Johnston. In addition, a Brooklyn … [Read more...] about Free Murals! Want One?
Broome County Arts Council Presents July First Friday BINGHAMTON, NY. Broome County Arts Council (BCAC) is pleased to present July’s First Friday Art Walk from 6PM to 9PM in Downtown Binghamton on July 1st, 2022. Some locations have varying hours, please check details below. Most exhibitions are free and open to the public. This month’s First Friday … [Read more...] about BCAC Presents July First Friday
“Day By Day” Opens First Friday Three artists at the Cooperative Gallery join together to present “Day By Day” opening First Friday July 1st and continuing through July 23rd. John Carroll works in oil, Linda Ciallelo paints still life and figures in pastels and oil, and Gulzara Tokhtamysheva paints landscapes in watercolor. The gallery is regularly open … [Read more...] about Day By Day: Three Artists Show in July
“warm to the touch...and cold as ice” Judy Salton and MaryRose present companion exhibits in the Cooperative Gallery 213's June show opening First Friday June 3rd running through June 25th, 2022. They were inspired by a visit to Eastern State Penitentiary in downtown Philadelphia, built in the 1800’s, closed since 1970, and now open to the … [Read more...] about warm to the touch…and cold as ice
IMAGINATION FOREST is coming to the Ross Park Zoo! Looking for volunteers to paint/build homes for magical creatures. Binghamton, NY: Envision a magical forest filled with gnome homes, dragon lairs, fairy houses, hobbit holes and pure magic to delight young and the young at heart! “I’m excited to be partnering with the zoo to bring a little magic to … [Read more...] about IMAGINATION FOREST is coming to the Ross Park Zoo!
Third Thursday Art Talks 5-19-22 at 7 pm via Zoom and in person. Link here. The Cooperative Gallery is sponsoring three artists, Barbara Bernstein, Ken Weir, and Steph Schweitzer in its May 6-28th show in a truly diverse offering. Barbara Bernstein has formerly worked in glass and is exhibiting her new directions in “Is There Life after Glass?” Ken Weir … [Read more...] about Three (Very Different) Shows at Cooperative in May
Art can tell stories, ignite imagination, and stir emotions. As a gallery and as a community our hearts go out to the Ukrainian people whose country is being subjected to an unprovoked attack by Putin’s Russian military. The Cooperative Gallery 213 is organizing “Art for Ukraine” a weekend of art that will raise funds and awareness Friday April 29th from 5- … [Read more...] about Art for Ukraine