Cooperative Gallery 213 was founded in 2000 in Binghamton, NY to provide exhibition space for our member artists. We are a self-supporting institution, staffed and maintained by members who donate their time and creative energies.
There are two levels of membership at our gallery.
Supporting Memberships are always open. All you need to join is an interest in supporting the arts. If you are an artist, a Supporting Membership can be a way to meet and work with other artists, to show your work at a prime gallery location, and to enjoy support from both the gallery and the larger arts community. Learn more about becoming a supporting member.
Exhibiting Memberships are limited in number and share in the responsibility of running the gallery. In turn a member can expect a solo or shared show once every membership year (16-19 months) and the opportunity to exhibit at least one work each month in the shared members’ gallery space. Exhibiting Members are working artists who go through an interview, jury, and voting process to join. There are openings only when someone leaves the gallery organization.