Dedicated to educating and exposing audiences to experimental and interdisciplinary work that critically engages with new technologies, Eyebeam provides an environment for dialogue, collaboration, and discovery. Founded in 1997 to showcase the dynamic fusion of art & technology in our society, Eyebeam has become one of the leading art & technology centers in the US.

Eyebeam offers Creative Residencies for artists and technologists working in a wide range of media who both create new art projects as well as develop new technologies within a framework that promotes cross-pollination of disciplines and generous skill sharing.

Up to 20 Residents work at on site labs developing new projects which may lead to free exhibitions, lectures and panels, participatory workshops, live performances, and educational series that are open to the public. Providing its Residents a fertile context and state of the art tools for digital research and experimentation, Eyebeam is a lively incubator of creativity and thought.

Through Eyebeam’s Creative Residency Program, over 300 artists and creative technologies have been supported. They include Paolo Cirio, Ayah Bdeir, Christian Marclay, James Bridle, Jonah Peretti, Jessica Banks, Cory Arcangel and Sanford Biggers. The Webby Awards, Guggenheim Fellowships and Prix Ars Electronica are just some of the awards won by Eyebeam alumni.

Currently led by Director Roddy Schrock, Eyebeam is reigniting its community of Creators.

Be a creator.

Photo above by Christine Butler