* Expect interruptions from COVID-19. Please continue to check this page for last minute cancellations and changes.
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First Friday Art Walk
Established in the early 2000’s by a creative trio of women dedicated to the arts in Binghamton, the First Friday Brochure highlighted arts spaces that opened their doors on the First Friday of every month from 6-9pm. Almost 20 years later, First Friday has expanded to include our vibrant restaurant scene, and additional creative sites. In 2020 the Broome County Arts Council adopted the First Friday art walk as their own. The Broome County Arts Council is proud to help preserve this iconic guide with the generous support of M&T Bank, the City of Binghamton, and Visit Binghamton.
FIRST FRIDAY | April 3, 2020 | 6PM – 9PM
Orazio Salati Studio & Gallery
“New Fiber Works” | Joan Lockburner Deuel | 204 State St.
Colorful hand painted and hand dyed quilts, with free motion quilting and come Shibori Techniques. A variety of sizes and shapes.
On view: 2.7-4.28
April First Friday is Cancelled. Gallery open Saturdays 11-3 & By Appointment During the Week.
STAP Prevention Services
By appointment only until otherwise noted.
Cooperative Gallery 213
“The Cooperative Gallery 213 has chosen to be socially responsible by closing its doors while officials are trying to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus. We want to play our part in this community effort and join other arts and educational organizations who are suspending public events. We plan to monitor the situation closely and re-evaluate by mid April.
Karen Kuff-Demicco’s show “Introspection” will remain up until April 25. Ken Weir’s exhibit will be re-scheduled to July. We will decide about other shows as the situation develops.
Art and Culture are an important part of our lives and we will offer art videos and offer arts news and home exercises using our Facebook page, website, and e-newsletter. If you are not connected, you can subscribe to the free newsletter on our website at www.cooperativegallery.com or Facebook: Cooperative Gallery 213.”
“Soft Thorn” | 95 Court St.
Soft Thorn addresses complexities in sexuality, language, and voice. The series is built of intangible yet highly relatable sentiments stemming from female experience in contemporary society.
Opening Reception: 4.24, 6-9PM
On view: 4.3-4.27
Phelps Mansion Museum
Events cancelled until further notice.
Roberson Museum & Science Center
All Roberson Events are postponed through April 13, 2020.
“Joseph Opshinsky: Regional Color” | 30 Front St.
Opshinsky’s work is rooted in the remnants of past industry. His pieces made of cut paper placed and layered into intricate collages reveal a beauty in overlooked and forgotten spaces.
On view: 2.28-8.23
American Civic Association
All upcoming events and classes at the American Civic Association are canceled until further notice.
Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church
All services cancelled until further notice.
Redeemer Lutheran Church
All services canceled until further notice.
Bundy Museum of History & Art
All scheduled meetings and events are to be canceled until further notice.
GORGEOUS WASHINGTON ST.
“Pat Raube – Singer/Songwriter” | Pat Raube | 116 Washington St.
Featuring Singer/Songwriter Pat Raube.
Scheduled on: 4.3
Mabel D. Orr
Closed, by appointment only until further notice.
Marcy Swartz Gallery at Riverside Towers
“Drawings, Prints and Mixed Media” | Nancy Ryan | 5 Riverside Dr.
Paintings in mixed media.
On view: 3.4-4.30
Social on State
Lupo’s S&S Charpit
Craft Bar & Kitchen
Little Venice Restaurant
Loft @ 99
House of Reardon
Water Street Brewing Co.
Lost Dog Cafe
S. WASHINGTON ST.
Whole in the Wall