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Check out a Google map of the final projects from Eyebeam's Digital Day Camp, Summer 2011. Each pin-point represents a 10'x10' square of NYC that DDC teens claimed as their own. They used their spaces as sites for collaboration, creative intervention, research and performance. Through this project, we re-mapped our city.

http://bit.ly/qSteIX

 

Excited to announce the end of a truly exciting Art Hack Weekend: Starting with a BBQ meet and greet, growing into a 2-day design and prototype party with 50 makers in attendance, and finishing with a grand celebration, project presentations, and awards.

Two winning projects were selected by a jury including Creators Project’s Julia Kaganskiy (Global Editor), and Ciel Hunter (Creative Director), Eybeam’s Amanda McDonald Crowley (Executive Director), MoMA’s Kate Carmody (Curatorial Assistant, Department of Architecture & Design), and artists Taeyoon Choi (Eyebeam Fellow) and Rashaad Newsome (Eyebeam Alum).

 

Eyebeam Fellow Taeyoon Choi, in collaboration with The Public School New York and various artists, presents a multi-week class exploring sound art and electronic music.

Class Schedule:

2/5 from 1PM-5PM @ Eyebeam
Introduction to Sound Art #1
with Mike Clemow
Discussion will focus on the basics of sound, acoustics, field recording, and musique concrète. Demonstrations will use Audacity to present a wide repertoire of sound sources in composing a piece.

 

Workshop Schedule Updates / Opportunities for
Eyebeam Roadshow at 01SJ

 

PERSONAL POWERPLANT v3
workshops with Mouna Andraos & fluxxlab

$20 materials fee

Workshop #1: Thursday, September 16 - Friday, September 17, 12-5pm
Workshop #2: Saturday, September 18 - Sunday, September 19, 12-5pm

 

STUDIO-BASED SUMMER MASTERCLASSES
Deadline to sign-up June 21
Sign-up and more info here: http://eyebeam.org/events/summer-school-2010

Creative practitioners are invited to join us this July for a series of week-long, studio-based intensives. Work alongside our Fellows and their collaborators, experimenting and playing with creative uses of the latest tools in art, media, and technology. Walk away with at the very least a working prototype of a project, and of course learn some new skills along the way.

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Research: Education
Tags: masterclass, SS2010

These video clips (15 total) are from the Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus Artists' Breakfast public discussion, with artists John Hawke, Steve Lambert, Takashi Kawashima, Christopher Robbins, Giana Gonzalez, and members of The Institute for Infinitely Small Things. Exhibition curators Paul Amitai, Mushon Zer-Aviv, and Jason Jones were also in attendance.

This video is Clip #5: Steve Lambert on telling bad jokes as a form of protest.

See them all here: http://vimeo.com/album/241104

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STUDIO-BASED SUMMER MASTERCLASSES
Deadline to sign-up June 21
Sign-up and more info here: http://eyebeam.org/events/summer-school-2010

Creative practitioners are invited to join us this July for a series of week-long, studio-based intensives. Work alongside our Fellows and their collaborators, experimenting and playing with creative uses of the latest tools in art, media, and technology. Walk away with at the very least a working prototype of a project, and of course learn some new skills along the way.

 

Caroline and crew have been hard at work this week for their interative installation for the I Bushwick party on Sunday. Caroline's vision is to create wishing trees. The trees will be central to miniturized playgrounds where park-party guests can incorporate their wishes, hopes and dreams about their neighborhood as leaves on the tree. The leaves are shaped like Bushwick, and the wishes collected will become part of CAPITAL B's community development research.

 

We are super-psyched and kicking into gear with our rainbow hued party installation at Maria Hernandez Park this weekend. Our rainbow theme is inspired by the very beautiful playground at the park, that is color coordinated by structure.

 

 
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