New Work by Ken Weir
Apr 3, 2020 — Apr 25, 2020
Due to COVID-19 efforts to #FlattenTheCurve, or slow the spread of the virus, the gallery is closing for a month and will re-evaluate after April 13. In the interests of public safety First Friday will not be observed. We may re-schedule.
Please refer to our Facebook page or this website for updates.

Announcements

Become an Exhibiting Member
We are looking for qualified artists to join our gallery. Exhibiting members show their work every 18-23 months, solo or shared, in a spacious and well-lit gallery. Members also can exhibit a new piece every month.
Become a Supporting Member
You can be a member of the Cooperative Gallery and participate in the Annual Holiday Show, participate in Life Drawing and generally support the arts community in Binghamton, all for only $35 a year.
Cooperative Gallery 213's Response to the Coronavirus
The Cooperative Gallery 213 has chosen to be socially responsible by closing its doors while officials are trying to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus. We want to play our part in this community effort and join other arts and educational organizations who are suspending public events. We plan to monitor the situation closely and re-evaluate by mid April. Karen Kuff-Demicco’s show “Introspection” will remain up until April 25. Ken Weir’s exhibit will be re-scheduled to July. We will decide about other shows as the situation develops. Art and Culture are an important part of our lives and we will offer art videos and offer arts news and home exercises using our Facebook page, website, and e-newsletter. If you are not connected, you can subscribe to the free newsletter on website at www.cooperativegallery.com or Facebook: Cooperative Gallery 213

Upcoming Events

Cooperative Gallery 213's Response to the Coronavirus
03/18/2020, 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM

The Cooperative Gallery 213 has chosen to be socially responsible by closing its doors while officials are trying to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus. We want to play our part in this community effort and join other arts and educational organizations who are suspending public events. We plan to monitor the situation closely and re-evaluate by mid April.

Karen Kuff-Demicco’s show “Introspection” will remain up until April 25. Ken Weir’s exhibit will be re-scheduled to July. We will decide about other shows as the situation develops.

Art and Culture are an important part of our lives and we will offer art videos and offer arts news and home exercises using our Facebook page, website, and e-newsletter. If you are not connected, you can subscribe to the free newsletter on website at www.cooperativegallery.com or Facebook: Cooperative Gallery 213.

Mural Mapping with LUMA
04/01/2020, 01:39 AM - 01:39 AM

LUMA Projection Arts Festival and the Cooperative Gallery are collaborating on the Mural Mapping Project during LUMA. This year we will be using the Old Stone Opera House on Chenango St. You can use the architectural outlines of the building to create a story with your art. Available on canvas, paper or digitally using PhotoShop or another graphic arts program. Get started by watching this video by Joshua Bernard. To order a canvas or paper template go here: https://forms.gle/xs7qUeC7HC9fTyDb7