The Bundy Museum of History and Art is proud to host Hidden in Plain Sight, a traveling photography exhibition from the Preservation League of New York State. This exhibit showcases black and white photos by Bruce Harvey of the League’s 2018-19 Seven to Save list of at-risk historic places.
Through Seven to Save, the Preservation League has worked with local stakeholders to avert demolition, develop plans for reuse, secure landmark designation, and foster greater public awareness of the value of New York’s unique and irreplaceable historic resources. Threats to dozens of at-risk buildings, landscapes, downtowns, and neighborhoods have been reduced, and in many cases, eliminated by the Seven to Save designation and subsequent actions. Hidden in Plain Sight uses art as a way to rally advocates to the sites that tell unique stories of New York's communities.
The opening reception takes place on Oct. 4 from 6:00 - 7:30 PM as part of Binghamton’s First Friday Art Walk. The exhibit will remain on display until November 1. Admission to the Bundy Museum photography gallery is free.