34 35th St., Unit 26, Brooklyn, NY, 11232
Eyebeam Workshops are an important way for the fellows and residents to share ideas in a hands-on environment that engages a wide range of ages and skill levels. With a focus on project-based or theme-based activities (rather than skill-based training), Eyebeam offers both short-term and on-going workshop opportunities.
For more information about our learning programs, please contact Erica Kermani, Education Coordinator at erica [at] eyebeam [dot] org.
Upcoming Adult Workshops
Subnodes workshop with Sarah Grant
6 Sep 2014
The Subnodes project is an open source initiative focused on streamlining the process of setting up a Raspberry Pi as a wireless access point. Join Sarah to learn how to distribute content, media, and shared digital experiences via Raspberry Pi. The device behaves as a web server, creating its...
Sound Happens in The Group! a workshop with Theremidi Orchestra
10 Sep 2014 - 15 Sep 2014
Create your own instruments and sounds with basic electronics. Then perform live! The ten members of Theremidi Orchestra (TO) will guide and assist...
occupy.here workshop with Dan Phiffer
20 Sep 2014
Occupy.here is a tiny wifi darknet designed to be replicated. Using commodity hardware, open source software, and a bit of networking trickery, you can build your own backpack-friendly OCCUPY.HERE instance to communicate, sans-Internet, with your friends and neighbors. This workshop,...