A Documentary About the Arts in Binghamton Premieres at the Bundy Museum
| February 21, 2019
Binghamton natives Everett and Nick De Morier no longer live in the area, but Everett has found subject matter there for two of his books. They join us to talk about their documentary
‘Binghamton: Valley of Creativity’, which premieres at the Bundy Museum’s Annex, and their discovery that when industry left the area, the arts stepped in to fill the void. After the premiere on Thursday, the film will be available to view on YouTube at Gopher Ink Studios.
Photo credit: Everett De Morier
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