Art

7 deadly sins, 1 incredible show

By Rich Kersting -

The performance featured a combination of unique dance styles, including modern, lyrical and hip-hop.

2013 in review

By Release Staff -

The year is almost over, and to honor its highs and commemorate its lows, Release writers spoke out about the pop culture moments that impacted them most.

Picture perfect night at First Friday show

By Katie Kravat -

Jungle Science Gallery and Art Laboratories featured the work of Binghamton University students with the “Fills and Strokes” showcase for graphic design and “Between Light and Dark” showcase for photography.

Ink that tells a story

By Odeya Pinkus -

Whether we’re inked or not, we pass people with tattoos every day, not realizing that almost every piece was thought over, designed carefully and holds great meaning to the person who has it.

Celebrating America’s roots with antique and modern art

By Nathan Partridge -

The market included silver-work and pottery from southwestern tribes, handcrafted Navajo and Seminole dolls, totem poles from northwestern tribes and much more, with some pieces dating as far back as the 19th century.

Club Bling brings color to Bing

By Odeya Pinkus -

Art studio Club Bling opened its doors for business Monday, exposing Binghamton to a more artistic world.