Eyebeam offers courses, fellowships, and other programs to support artists, technologists, and more.
Democracy Machine provides direct support to artists through an innovate fellowship. Democracy Machine enables artists to create collaborative forms for building sustainable equity.
Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism (ECFJ) launches impactful journalism in partnership with major media outlets. ECFJ is an experimental grant-making program that supports artists producing innovative and revelatory journalistic work for major media outlets through a rolling application process.
Eyebeam's partnership with Hyundai Motorgroup’s VH Award, Asia’s leading award for new media artists. A virtual Eyebeam fellowship was awarded to five artists of Asian descent who are addressing the future of Asia through screen-based works. The winner, Lawrence Lek, received $25,000 in support of their work’s production.
Digital Day Camp (DDC) is Eyebeam’s longest-running program. DDC is an intensive, multi-week, youth arts, and technology program for more than 30 NYC public high school students. Applications open each summer.
Artists reclaim virtual space from surveillance capitalism.
Launched in response to the onset of the Covid-19 crisis, Rapid Response became Eyebeam’s inaugural fully-digital artist fellowship. Marking the beginning of a new kind of artist support at Eyebeam, the 9-month program supported 30 artists and collectives from across the globe.
Over the past 20 years, Eyebeam has hosted Edit-A-Thons, panels, workshops, screenings, and much more on topics ranging from representation in the age of digital consciousness to the aesthetics of black radicalism.