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Rosefsky Gallery features visting artist Charles Matson Lume

Last Thursday, the Elsie B. Rosefsky Memorial Art Gallery in the Fine Arts Building hosted artist Charles Matson Lume’s exhibition, “you can almost see (for Joyce Sutphen),” with a public reception featuring...


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Art history faculty and graduate students listen to Tom McDonough's VizCult talk

On Wednesday evening, Thomas McDonough, associate professor of art history, gave a paper titled “The Gestus of Things” for The Harpur College Dean’s Workshop on Visual Culture (VizCult). His research was presented...


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Students walk 'The Path of Tolerance' on the Spine

Walking to class this week, students will temporarily be marching alongside a very important message. On Sept. 23, Binghamton University welcomed “The Path of Tolerance,” an on-campus art exhibition being displayed down...


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Rosefsky Gallery exhibits artist Jenny Day

Last Thursday, the Elsie B. Rosefsky Memorial Art Gallery in the Fine Arts Building welcomed visiting artist Jenny Day’s exhibition, “Lone Star, True But Whatever,” with a public, two-hour reception. Day’s exhibition,...


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Open Studio Night to showcase senior students' works

During its Open Studio Night event, the Binghamton University art and design department displays the work of both BU’s students in the department as well as students who pursue art outside of...


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Six BFA students display capstone project in Downtown exhibition

Several Binghamton University seniors debuted artwork in the Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts Gallery on April 26. The featured students are part of BU’s bachelor’s in fine arts (BFA) program in the art...


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All sketching, no sleeping

Artists will use their creativity in demanding circumstances to create life drawings during the third annual Binghamton University art department 24-hour Drawing Marathon. Ten to 12 participants were chosen to participate in...


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Exploring the mysterious 'Nuvolone'

An exhibition unique to the museum, “The Binghamton Nuvolone: Restoring an Object in Six Parts” focuses on the life of Max Eisenstein, the previous owner of the eponymous piece. Eisenstein was an...


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William Culverhouse charts a course for choral groups

Students stand shoulder to shoulder in a Fine Arts Building classroom. They raise their voices in unison, working together to achieve perfect harmony. They place their trust in the vision of a...


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Conjure' installation connects students with artist

“Every moment in life is an improvisation.” This was one of the key ideas for artist Samantha Parker Salazar’s “Conjure,” a single-object exhibition held at The Elsie B. Rosefsky Memorial Art Gallery...