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Since 1997 Eyebeam has supported adventurous artists, hackers, coders and creative technologists by giving them space, money, tools, and a supportive and collaborative environment for the development of inspiring new work. This deep support of the creative process encourages highly innovative and sometimes unexpected outcomes that have real-world impact. One such project Ayah Bdeir’s littleBits—recently acquired by MoMA for their collection—is an open-source system of pre-assembled circuits developed during Bdeir’s Fellowship at Eyebeam. littleBits allows for easy assemblage of sophisticated electronics and is the perfect learning tool to empower individuals to create their own inventions.

Eyebeam engages and educates diverse audiences in new technology and art through public programs such as the Workshop series, a regular event engaging a wide range of ages and skill levels, and Student Residencies, offering intensive mentorships for New York City high school students with Fellows and Residents.

Your help ensures that Eyebeam is to able to continue supporting brilliant artists and creative technologists, of all ages, creating work which will inspire the future.