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'Innocent Souls: Vietnam 1968'

in SUNY Broome Gallery exhibit

Glenn Hoover returns to Binghamton to share and discuss his photographic collection, "Innocent Souls: Vietnam 1968." The Gallery @ SUNY Broome will host this collection March 6 through March 31. All are welcome to a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. March 6. (more…)...
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Binghamton Photo Opening Reception

Including "BINGHAMTON ON FILM" photography exhibition

SATURDAY, February 25th OPEN HOUSE 7-10PM • FREE • Join us to tour the darkroom, learn more about community access and how to get involved, enjoy refreshments, and explore our new permanent collections as well as the opening of our new gallery space.  (more…)...
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Live Figure & Portrait Sessions

Open Drawing/Painting with the Model at KAPOW!

Wednesdays, 10am-1pm in the gallery (Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts) Three hour session without instruction. (Instruction is optional for an additional fee, please inquire.) You choose what medium you'd like to work in. Easels and lights available. Bring your own supplies (non-toxic painting materials please). (more…)...
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Celebrate The Arrival of Spring In Style

Wine & Food Fest 2017

Tickets Now On Sale! Roberson's Wine & Food Fest returns April 27, 2017. Wine & Food Fest is our most popular annual event and is widely touted as "the best wine and food tasting in the Southern Tier." Many also mark it as the "unofficial" arrival of Spring.  (more…)...
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Now Playing: Oscar Nominated Short Films and "Julieta"

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"A Lie of the Mind"

is a matter of the heart

By an award winning playwright Do you remember the feeling of first love? Did you ache with longing? Do you want fall in love again? Come join the roller coaster ride of A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard at Binghamton University’s Watters Theater from Feb. 24-March 12! Witness the dynamics of two intertwined American families seen through the eyes of one of America’s greatest playwrights. Read more