The Cooperative Gallery 213 Celebrates 20 Years
| February 21, 2020
Mary Rose Griffin
Cooperative Gallery 213 celebrates 20 years with a retrospective exhibit. Artists Mary Rose Griffin and Judy Salton talk about how a kitchen table discussion about art in Binghamton, with comments about scraping gum off a ceiling, led to a vibrant art gallery on a formerly run-down block, that is now the home to other arts enterprises, restaurants, coffee shop, a gluten-free bakery, and even a “speak-easy.”
Photo credit: Cooperative Gallery 213
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