As a hub for ideas and exchange, Eyebeam presents programs with a mission to amplify the work of our current residents and alumni — a group of the most visionary thinkers and makers in the world. Deep thinking, experimentation, and engagement happen in our Bushwick home. Our events are always free and open to the public. Outside our walls, we forge partnerships around NYC and beyond to expand the reach of our community in both physical and virtual space, as well as in the media through the Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism.
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
The Eyebeam Residency is a prestigious award for those creating work that engages with technology and society through art.
Eyebeam hosts Digital Day Camp (DDC), an intensive, multi-week, youth arts and technology program for NYC high school students. In addition, we offer an after-school, 5-month residency for students.
The Storyteller-in-Residence Award is 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.
Refiguring the Future opened in February 2019 as a response to ongoing inequity in the fields of art, science, and technology. Featuring over 35 artists from around the world, the multifaceted project included an expansive exhibition, two-day conference, and a series of programs that engaged close to 5,000 participants across NYC and beyond.
Welcome Wednesday, Eyebeam Assembly, and Eyebeam Exchange create space for visionary thinkers, makers, and artists to host panels, workshops, and experiment with different formats that are open to the public.