We’ve just launched our end of year campaign here at Eyebeam, and for the first time ever we are working with our friends and family as peer ambassadors to help us reach our goal while sharing why the work we do matters
Artists need the chance to experiment and discover in order to engage with technology’s effect on society. No other organization is as uniquely positioned as Eyebeam to provide that platform.
In this Eyebeam Assembly in partnership with Denniston Hill and The Laundromat Project, Yo-Yo Lin and Pelenakeke Brown will consider their art making methodologies as crip, intersectional tactics that act as both creative process and tools for survival/ being.
Maya Millett with art commissioned by Johnalynn Holland, Andrea Pippins, Erin Robinson, Elise R. Peterson, Adriana Bellet, and Xia Gordon for The New York Review of Books
How many black women journalists from the 19th century can you name? Six artists have recreated portraits of the pioneering women working in the field of journalism who have been largely erased until now.
#AskTheExpert invites the Eyebeam community to ask an expert questions pertaining to their field. This week we opened up questions to Surya Mattu, an artist, engineer, journalist, and Eyebeam alum.
Eyebeam announces the recipients of their 2020 Residency, alongside the inaugural Storyteller in Residence Award, a new multi-year initiative launched in partnership with RLab to celebrate masters of visual storytelling and examine the role of emerging technologies through the lens of equity and access.