RSVP for our upcoming Eyebeam Exchange. This program will have a workshop taught by current resident, Shannon Finnegan, and a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon that aims to highlight disabled artists and disability artistry online.
Shannon Finnegan writes about her practice and how we can move towards better, more nuanced approaches to access in digital spaces. “Instead of focusing on compliance and doing the minimum, what if we approach access creatively and generously, centering disability culture?”
ECFJ is a new experimental grant-making program that supports artists producing innovative and revelatory journalistic work for major media outlets. This a collection of pieces published by various media outlets and press.
Eyebeam is a space to nurture projects that are on the horizon of what is possible — then share them locally and globally through presentations, workshops, online initiatives, and innovative programs that move beyond the typical exhibition.
Through donations from the Eyebeam family, we can keep supporting artists revealing new paths for our shared future. All donations are tax-deductible, you’ll thank yourself at tax time.
All the work here is driven by an open-source ethos.
Build on old ideas to generate new possibilities.
Technology by artists is a step towards equality and democracy.