Current show

Peg Johnston and many collaborators
06/02/2016 - 06/25/2016
A Collaborative Show curated by Peg Johnston of works of art created from our waste stream to bring attention to the environment.

Announcements

Glassworks by Barbara Bernstein
Barbara Bernstein would like to invite you to come to her new exhibition at The Gallery at 5 Riverside Drive in Binghamton, NY. It will be open daily May 7th to June 26th. This show focuses on her recent work and various glass-making techniques. It includes both cast-glass sculptures and fused-glass wall pieces.
EcoArt Meets Zero Waste Sat June 18th 1 pm
Talk by Zero Waste Expert Chris Berger of the Sierra Club at TRASH! EcoArt Exhibit. All Welcome
A three gallery tour Friday June 24th from 6:30 to 8 pm will explore how different artists incorporate “found objects” in their art. Rich Harrington reprises objects from his childhood in his autobiographical show at Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts. Muffin Ray uses found textiles in her colorful mixed media pieces at the Orazio Salati Gallery, and Peg Johnston has curated an Eco-Art Exhibit called TRASH! where all of the art is made from waste materials. The tour, with short talks at each gallery, will start at the Brunelli Gallery at 6:30 pm, Salati’s Gallery at 7 pm, and the Cooperative Gallery 213 at 7:30 pm.

Cooperative Gallery 213

The Cooperative Gallery 213 was founded in 2000 to provide accessible exhibition space for member artists. The gallery has created a community of artists and increased an appreciation for art in the larger community. Because of the quality of its exhibits the Cooperative Gallery is a popular stop on the First Friday Art Walk sponsored by the Gorgeous Washington Association.