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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 | October (Cancelled)
Notice Date Change due to Broome County Executive Office requesting residents to stay home for fourteen days as of October 7th, 2020. Galleries may still be open during business hours – please check this page and our social media accounts for updates.
Orazio Salati Studio & Gallery
Cindy Henry, Michelle Leonard, Fern Lynn, Orazio Salati, Vigo Madsen
On view: 10/1 – 10/4
Fiber Arts, Encaustic, Ceramic & Printmaking
STAP Prevention Services
By appointment only until otherwise noted.
Cooperative Gallery 213
Betsy William, Linda Ciallelo, Chuck Haupt, Judy Salton, MaryRose, Kit Ashman
On view: 10/2 – 10/17
This eclectic group of Cooperative Gallery artist will show portraiture, photographs, paintings, prints, and mixed media for Art Trail. The exhibit will continue Sat. 11 am- 3 pm until Oct. 17th.
Lost Dog Cafe
Abstract & Semi-Abstract Paintings
On View: 9/1 – 11/2
Art highlights a dissonance between two simultaneous truths that exist only relative to one another and echo throughout the human experience.
Joy Through My Eyes
On view: 10/2 – 10/31
Feel the cold winter air blowing across the ice when you stand in front of “Ice Fishing” as I did when I was standing there painting it. I hope this inspires you to find the beauty surrounding us.
Phelps Mansion Museum
Events cancelled until further notice.
American Civic Association
All upcoming events and classes at the American Civic Association are canceled until further notice.
Roberson Museum & Science Center
Propaganda: Selling A War
On view: 1/15 – 10/31
This exhibition takes viewers back to when neutrality–staying out of war was the cultural mindset in America. It examines the powerful role of media and messaging played, and the art of propaganda.
Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church
Anti-Slavery in Upstate NY
Phyllis Amenda, PhD.
On View: 10/2 at 5PM
Upstate NY was a hotbed of abolitionism in the years leading up to the Civil War. Prof. Amenda explores events in and around Syracuse, NY, including persons of national, and some of local, renown.
Tune into this virtual event here at 5pm: http://Trinity1stFriday.org
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.
Mabel D. Orr
Normal business hours have returned, but no First Friday event this month.
Marcy Swartz Gallery at Riverside Towers
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