The Cooperative Gallery is mounting two shows in February: John Thomson’s “Small Stuff” sculptures and designed objects and “Self Portraits” from the exhibiting members. The show opens First Friday February 4th and runs through the 26th at 213 State St. Binghamton. The gallery is open Fridays 5- 8 pm, Saturdays 11- 3 pm and by appointment. John … [Read more...] about Small Stuff & Self Portrait
During the month of May there was an exhibition of some exceptionally engaging work by Peg Johnston. She is one of the founding members of Cooperative Gallery 213, an innovative artist run exhibition space that was seminal in creating the arts district in Binghamton, NY twenty one years ago. A brilliant eye for objects, images and craft of the past and … [Read more...] about Review: The Alchemy of De-natured Images
The Cooperative Gallery 213 is featuring a unique family collaboration, as MaryRose, Judy Salton, and their granddaughter Karissa explore different themes, including art and politics. The exhibits open First Friday September 4th, 2020 and continues through September 26th every Saturday from 11 am- 3 pm and by appointment with the artists (call 607 7243462 or … [Read more...] about Politics and Art in September
The Cooperative Gallery 213 is pleased to present an exhibition of its two newest members, Caroline Fay and John Carroll with an opening reception on August 2nd from 5-8 pm and First Friday 3- 9 pm. The exhibition titled, ‘Real & Imagined’ brings together oil paintings from two fine artists on two unique paths to representational painting. The public is … [Read more...] about ‘Real & Imagined’ Opens at Cooperative Gallery 213
When artistic talent runs in the family, sometimes a synergy happens as is the case with Generation Bridge, a joint show with Kit Burnham-Ashman and her grandson Zaccharie Charvolin. A Reception, open to the public, will be held July 6th from 2-5 pm at the Cooperative Gallery 213 State St. Binghamton on. First Friday hours extend to 9 pm. On July 21st from … [Read more...] about Generation Bridge
At this year’s LUMA Festival, September 7-9, 2018, local artists will have the opportunity to see their images projected on a downtown building. LUMA will project 30 images generated by artists using a template or outline of a building. “We want LUMA to be a celebration of the Arts in Binghamton and a chance to showcase artists, including those that work in … [Read more...] about ARTISTS!!! Be Part of LUMA Projection Festival!
The Cooperative Gallery 213 will present two exhibits by Joanne Thorne Arnold titled “My Backyard” and “Flow” by Carolyn Gilligan opening May 31 from 6-8 pm and First Friday from 3-9pm. Both artists will give brief Artist’s Talks at 7 pm at the Thursday Opening Reception. The exhibit will run through June 24 and is available to the public Fridays 3-6 pm and … [Read more...] about Thorne Arnold in “My Backyard” and Gilligan Paints “Flow”
Painting by Ken Weir This First Friday May 4th, the Cooperative Gallery 213 will open an exhibit, “Figures Wrapped in Patterns?Textures Trapped by Photos” with painter Ken Weir and photographer W Gregg … [Read more...] about Figures Wrapped in Patterns /Textures Trapped by Photos
The public is invited to a free demonstration of Golden Paint products at the Cooperative Gallery 213 State St. in Binghamton. Golden Paint produces high quality paints and is a great supporter of the arts, including the Dept of Public Art. They make a range of products will be demonstrated at the workshop presented by artist/author Patti Mollica … [Read more...] about FREE Golden Paint Demo
First Friday got cancelled due to the snowstorm, so State of the Art Street venues are inviting you to a Third Friday Art Walk instead. Come and vote for your favorite Smartphone Photos, and then return March 17th at 1 pm to see who won!! … [Read more...] about Do Over!! First Friday on March 16th on State St.