Art

Binghamton University Art Museum celebrates 50 years

The Binghamton University Art Museum opened its doors on Friday to students, faculty and the public for a gala reception in honor of the museum’s 50th anniversary. Complete with a black-tie optional...


Off-Campus Events

Binghamton is for artists

If you’re anything like me, you came to Binghamton University excited for your classes, the clubs you might join and, most importantly, the events where a Bearcat could kick back and maybe...


On-Campus Events

Library celebrates the 1960s

If you’re already in Glenn G. Bartle Library for finals week and looking for an escape from your studies, try traveling back to the 1960s through the library’s new exhibition, “Summer of...


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Museum shows postcards of tragedy

At first glance, a series of shelves showcasing photographs of young people with tea lights in front of them may seem like nothing more than a simple memorial for a tragedy. However,...


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New perspective in Fine Arts

Take a step back. The Binghamton University Art Museum has transformed the recent artworks of famed designer Milton Glaser (best known for his “I heart NY” design) into something larger than life...


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Artists stay up all night for drawing marathon

“Coffee and sheer willpower.” That’s how life-drawing art model Bethany Gordon, a senior majoring in graphic design, planned to stay awake during the second annual Drawing Marathon, sponsored by the Binghamton University...


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Professor combines performance and philosophy with course

Jeffner Allen’s performance art class is designed to showcase one-of-a-kind moments — and make people think about them. Allen, a professor in the philosophy department whose academic focuses extend to the Africana...


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Gallery in Q Center to show student work

Binghamton University’s on-campus LGBTQ resource hub, the Q Center, is in the process of putting together a gallery of artwork submitted by members of BU’s LGBTQ community. Gallery Q will debut March...


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University Art Museum features 20th-century works on paper

Capturing the complexity of life in two dimensions is challenging, but for the artists featured in the Binghamton University Art Museum’s new show, paper offered the perfect medium. “Works on Paper Between...


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Arts communities respond to Trump

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, people across the nation have been coming together to voice opposition. In the arts community in particular, people have been creating and releasing collaborative...