Local community leaders got an update on our local arts scene recently.
Broome County Arts Council Executive Director Nancy Barno Reynolds gave a presentation to the Binghamton Noon Rotary Club.
Reynolds provided an update on what’s going on with the Arts Council and detailed upcoming events such as The Broome Art Trail.
On June 1st and 2nd, a self-guided art trail of 53 studios showcasing the work of 110 local artists across the county.
Reynolds says it’s something special to get this many local artists collaborating on one project.
“It’s super cool. It’s the first time that we’ve met and been able to reach out to artists throughout the county. We’re excited about that. 20 of the venues are in home, private studios of the artists. That’ll give the public a unique opportunity to see where art is made.”
Reynolds also discussed the Art Council’s new headquarters located at 95 Court Street in Binghamton.
The new location is home to the Artisan Galley which will be a stop on the Art Trail.
The Gallery is open Thursday through Sundays from 11 to 3 with events on First Fridays from 6 to 9.