First Friday Venues

Highlights of Binghamton's Next First Friday Art Walk at 16 Venues - JANUARY 4

Photographic art takes center stage during the first First Friday of the new year with several shows on January 4. Plus, there's diverse art exhibits... from group and holiday shows to a masks display ("Unmasking Alzheimer's: The Memories Behind the Masks") during the next First Friday Art Walk, 6-9 PM with 16 venue locations downtown and west side of Binghamton.

  • - 8th Annual Bob Johnston Memorial Photography Show and Competition, sponsored by Cooperative Gallery 213 and Two Rivers Photography Club (Jan. 4-26, 2019), at Cooperative Gallery 213 (213 State St., Artists' Row). (Winners announced Jan. 4 at 7 PM.)
  • - ABFA 15 Year Anniversary: Group Exhibition (Thru Jan. 26, 2019) featuring new works by Steve Carver, Wayne Claypatch, Stephen Fox, Joseph Mayernik, Nadine Robbins, Peter Roth and Seth Tane at Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts/ABFA (186 State St., Artists' Row).
  • - Lisa Iannello: "Rural Landscapes"-New Acrylic Paintings at Orazio Salati Gallery & Studio (204 State St., Artists' Row). Plus Holiday Show continues, showcasing: Fern P. Lynn and Mud & Fire-Pottery | Anthony Locane- Woven Digital Art | Small Gems: Small Art Pieces from Louise Burke (Thru Jan. 2019).
  • - "Faces Thru Time"-Art by Crocky: Portraits inspired by women of stage and screen from the late 1800's to present day (Thru Jan. 29, 2019) at The Bundy Museum, 3rd Fl. Gallery (129 Main St.). Opening Reception held 1/4, 6-9 PM. "Rivers of Relations: Indigenous Binghamton": Interactive art, culture & history exhibition highlighting local indigenous life, past, present & future (Thru Jan. 28, 2019) in the Bundy Museum's 2nd Fl. Gallery.
  • - #No Filter: Photography by Marc Newton - Fragmented landscape images from various National and State parks across the U.S. from the lens of a Smartphone (Thru Jan. 29, 2019) at Bundy Museum's Binghamton Photo (32 Cedar St.). [Artist website: marcnewtonphotography.com/nofilter/]
  • - Dr. Mark Epstein, Photographer: Photos of Recent Travels to Egypt, Africa, Israel, and more (Thru Feb. 2019) at Marcy Swartz Gallery at Riverside Towers (5 Riverside Dr.). (Gallery Reception, 6:30-8 PM & Artist Talk at 7 PM.)
  • - Marie Veschusio: "The Heart Collection: perfect human-ness" (Thru Jan. 2019) at Artisan Gallery at Broome County Arts Council (95 Court St.).
  • - The Rev. Dr. Cynthia Huling Hummel: "UnMasking Alzheimer's: The Memories Behind the Masks" - Presentation of 36 masks she created to describe the changes and challenges that come with an Alzheimer's diagnosis at Memory Maker Gallery (215 State St., Artists' Row).
  • - Artists Adam Nixon: Artworks and Lazlo Luongo: Sculptures (Only on 1/4/19, 6-9 PM) at Community Options (182-184 State St., Artists' Row).
  • - Chenango Valley Elementary's 3rd Grade Students: "Southwestern Art" (Thru Jan. 2019) at Lost Dog Cafe (222 Water St.).

  • - CANDLECHANT: The Trinity Men's Choir, performing 7:30-8 PM at Trinity Memorial Church (44 Main St.). - Home for the Holidays at Roberson Museum (30 Front St.) and the last chance to experience 100s of hand-decorated trees, beautiful holiday displays, and international forest for traditions/stories of other cultures from around the world (Thru Jan. 6, 2019). ($4 admission on First Fridays and includes a Planetarium show at 6 or 7 PM.)
YEAR OF 2019

EVENT,
BINGHAMTON, NY.

FROM 6PM TO 9PM
JANUARY 4 16 Venues
FEBRUARY 1 TBD
MARCH 1 TBD
APRIL 5 TBD
MAY 3 TBD
JUNE 7 TBD
JULY 5 TBD
AUGUST 2 TBD
SEPTEMBER 6 TBD
OCTOBER 4 TBD
NOVEMBER 1 TBD
DECEMBER 6 TBD

First Friday Art Walk, presented by the Gorgeous Washington Street Association/GWSA, is spon- sored by M&T Bank, with 16 venue locations open January 4 from 6-9 PM, unless noted otherwise. First Friday schedule is subject to change without notice. More info on January 4 First Friday Art Walk, contact Chris Bodnarczuk (GWSA chair) at cbodnarczuk@gmail.com, or online at: gorgeouswashington.com.