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
— City Files Motion In Federal Court, Setting Course For Eminent Domain Action Against North Side Eyesore — (BINGHAMTON, N.Y.) — Mayor Jared M. Kraham on Thursday announced the City of Binghamton has taken legal action against the owners of the Binghamton Plaza on the North Side, beginning a process to gain control of the longtime eyesore at 33 W. … [Read more...] about Mayor Seeks Control of Binghamton Plaza
Truth Pharm Selected to Receive Creatives Rebuild NY Artist Employment Grant Binghamton, NY - Truth Pharm is excited to announce that they received an Artist Employment Program (AEP) grant from Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY). Designed to support employment opportunities for artists, the program is funding 98 collaborations involving a dynamic group of … [Read more...] about Truth Pharm Receives Artist Employment Grant
“While not a surprise, we are upset and angry about the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V Wade today. Abortion is essential healthcare, and today, thousands of Americans are losing their right to easily access care that is safe and legal,” stated Susan Seibold-Simpson, Executive Director of Southern Tier Women’s Health Services, LLC in Vestal … [Read more...] about Local Abortion Clinic Still Open
In response to Friday's Supreme Court decision overturning Roe V Wade, the decision in 1973 that decriminalized abortion in all 50 states. Now each state can criminalize or restrict abortion any way they want, and several states have instantly outlawed abortion, with pre-existing "trigger laws" that take effect instantly. Clinics report that abortion … [Read more...] about Protesting Supreme Court Striking Down Abortion Rights
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
Thanks to the unprecedented infusion of federal recovery dollars, the state’s budget approved in April is loaded with massive, one-time investments. Some have attracted critical media attention (Bills stadium deal, Exhibit A), while some have escaped the spotlight. One of those hidden gems is a $250 million allocation to the Restore NY program, which has … [Read more...] about Binghamton and Broome Must Seize the Hidden Gem in NY’s Budget: $250 Million to Tackle Vacant Properties
“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
by Ruth Blizard How do the Sheriff’s refusal to resume in-person visitation along with for-profit inmate phone calls enable him to buy military vehicles without dipping into the Broome County budget? Banned in-person visitation: Sheriff Harder has refused to restart face-to-face visits, now that pandemic restrictions have been lowered, despite the … [Read more...] about Banned Visits, Beatings, and Bearcats!?