Rivers of Relations: Indigenous Binghamton, Continuing Exhibit – Open during First Friday
January 4 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm| Free
The Rivers of Relations: Indigenous Binghamton exhibit, which opened on November 30th in honor of Native November, seeks to communicate to its visitors context for Indigenous life in Binghamton, past and present. Indigenous people have a rich history in the region—dating back over 10 thousand years—and have lives and cultures that have never left the area, despite what is commonly taught and understood. This exhibit would like its viewers to shift their viewpoint of historical and contemporary Binghamton life away from that of a colonizer’s. Using Native art and artifacts, illustrations and a timeline of Native history, visitors will have a clearer understanding of what Indigenous life in Binghamton was and is.
The exhibit will be open during FIRST FRIDAY – January 4, 6-9PM. FREE.
The exhibit will be on display through January 2019.
Located in the Museum 2nd Floor Art Gallery
Admission to Art Gallery is Always Free
(Tuesday – Saturday 11-5PM)