PLEASE NOTE: All workshops are now filled to capacity. We may accept some walk-ins, but unfortunately can't guarantee space for those who are not already registered.
Join us for the Open(Art) Workshop Day, in which our Eyebeam Fellows explain and share their final projects. This is the culmination of a year's worth of Open(Art) research and development, launched as a joint initiative between Eyebeam and Mozilla, which aims to support creativity at the intersection of art and the open web.
Schedule: 12pm: Short presentations and Q&A with all three Fellows 1-3pm: Individual workshops 3pm: Re-group to share inspirations and eat pizza!
Eyebeam is pleased to announce the Open(Art) exhibition and workshop series, which marks the culmination of our Open(Art) Fellows' projects.
Open(Art) is a joint initiative launched by Eyebeam and Mozilla to support creativity at the intersection of art and the open web. It offers a unique opportunity for artists and technologists to collaborate on work that catalyzes participation on a global scale, and engages audiences through innovation, transparency, and utility.
Open(Art) Fellow Toby Schachman is an artist and programmer with a background in mathematics. He has worked in the contexts of internet startup culture, Hollywood 3D animation, exploring perception through interactive art, and teaching computers to understand stories.
Toby's current focus is creating alternative interfaces for programming computers. These interfaces are targeted at alternative programmers, artists and creative explorers with non-technical backgrounds. Toby graduated in 2006 from MIT with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics with Computer Science, and received a master's degree in 2012 from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU.