Bob Johnston Photography Competition Announces WinnersThe Cooperative Gallery 213 and the Two Rivers Photography Club are sponsoring the 7th Bob Johnston Photography Show and Competition January 5-27th, 2018. “Now in its seventh year, this Photo Competition has attracted 97 incredible photographs in both black and white and color,” according to Bill Gorman of the Cooperative Gallery. “We are very excited to welcome back Chuck Haupt, a professional photographer, formerly with the Press and Sun Bulletin and a current gallery member, as this year’s judge.”
Life Drawing at the Cooperative GallerySunday, February 11 Draw, paint from the model. Sharpen skills and engage with other artists! To see the human condition in the old woman, in the child, in the model on the stand, in that particular human being, and to let the hand trace it, this act of adoration is called, 'drawing from life.' (Frederick Franck) (more…)...
7th Bob Johnston Memorial Photography Show and CompetitionJOIN US First Friday at 7 pm to find out who will be honored at the 7th Bob Johnston Memorial Photography Show and Competition January 5- 27, 2017 We know the weather is chilly but we promise a stunning show and a warm gallery with hot drinks. And don't forget, the Exhibit is open First Friday 3- 9 pm, Saturday 12-4 and every Friday 3-6 and Saturday 12-4 until Jan. 27th! Support your local photographers!
EDITOR’S NOTE: Naturally, all of us at Broome Arts Mirror are very excited about the upcoming Heart of the Arts celebration on Sept. 19. To help you join in on the excitement, BAMirror is featuring brief Q&As with our honorees. Today, our conversation is with photographer and public arts advocate Margaret “Peg” Johnston, a recipient of a 2016 Heart of the Arts Award. HOTA recipients are honored for significant recent contributions to and impact on the arts in Broome County. They are nominated by...Read more
Another season of Third Thursday events will begin at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at Cooperative Gallery 213, 213 State St., Binghamton. The public is invited to join Barbara Bernstein and Karen Kuff-Demicco, the current exhibiting artists at the gallery, in a conversation about "Clay, Glass and the Figure," discussing the influence of the artistic medium on the portrayal of the human figure. Come share your thoughts on art and arts related topics with a group of like-minded artists or art lovers. Lively but friendly discussion is...Read more