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Bourbon, Beef & Brews

New Fundraiser to Support BCAC

September 28 5:30 - 8:30 pm The Binghamton Club 83 Front Street, Binghamton September is National Bourbon Heritage Month.  Northeastern Striping Corporation and the Broome County Arts Council will present Bourbon Beef & Brews to benefit the arts.  This special evening of tasting will provide an opportunity to sample craft spirits that are distinctly unique, small batch and locally produced in the New York State Greater Southern Tier area.  Read more
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Kick Off the Philharmonic's 2017-18 Season

With Our Music Director Search!

Three Fantastic Soloists

Be sure to see the BPO principal musicians, John Lathwell, Anthony Limoncelli and Paul Won Jin Cho this weekend at the Forum Theatre on September 23rd at 7:30 pm. Pre-Concert Chat Help us welcome guest Ellen Bacon as she leads our Pre-Concert Chat this Saturday beginning at 6:15pm in the Forum Theatre recital hall.   (more…)...
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Linocut Demonstration & Member Exhibition Opening Reception

at the Urban Arts Crawl!

Linocut Demonstration with Christina Baker

at The Evelyn Peeler Peacock Gallery September 29, 2017 The Evelyn Peeler Peacock Gallery at The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes will host a linocut demonstration by Christina Baker at The Peeler Peacock, 79 West Market Street, Corning, New York on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 5 to 8 pm during the Urban Arts Crawl. This is free and open to the public. Read more
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Are you getting involved with the ARTS?

Keeping you up to date with the latest Bradford County Regional Arts Council offerings and other ART Happenings in the region. Visit our Website (more…)...
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BCAC Show Brings  “Animal Magnetism” to Binghamton

Bonnie Drum-Yetter’s  artwork will be featured in a solo show at the Broome County Arts Council during the month of October. Mrs. Yetter is well known for her pastel depictions of animals ——domesticated, wild and human.  She has studied with some of the top pastel artists in the country, and has shown extensively at regional galleries and art centers in the northeast.  Her goal is to “convey the deep emotional connection we have to the animals around us,” she explains. Her...
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Kiki Smith / From the Creek

SOLO exhibition in conjunction with the series OPEN HOUSE: Contemporary Art in Conversation with Cole EXTENDED THROUGH NOV 19 KIKI SMITH / From the Creek is Inspired by Smith’s Experience in the Very Same Landscape that Captivated Cole and Led him to Create America’s First Major Art Movement The Thomas Cole National Historic Site announced today that internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Kiki Smith is creating a new multidisciplinary exhibition throughout the historic site where the groundbreaking American artist Thomas Cole lived and...
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