Borrowing from neighbors was once a commonplace practice. It kept us connected and was and part of the web of relations between those who lived in close proximity. Today, online purchases are shipped within hours and information can be discovered without leaving the couch. Our reliance on, and relationships with, those nearby have diminished. Two contemporary galleries located in Upstate NY, separated by 77 miles of Interstate, have developed a neighborly relationship built on sharing ideas, resources and encouragement. Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts in Binghamton, NY and Exhibit A in Corning, NY are collaborating on a tandem exhibition titled, A Cup of Sugar, which opens in August at the two art venues.