PARENTS OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: This summer, Eyebeam will host its annual Digital Day Camp (DDC) online for 6 weeks from July 5 – August 13 for students across the country. Not only is the program entirely free for selected applicants, but all enrolled students will be paid a stipend of $300 for their work in the program!Learn More
Eyebeam is thrilled to announce a partnership with Hyundai Motorgroup’s VH Award, Asia’s leading award for new media artists. The five shortlisted artists from across the Asian-diaspora will receive $25,000 each in support of their work’s production and will be invited to participate in a virtually-based residency program at Eyebeam.Learn More
The Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism (ECFJ) is an experimental grant-making program that supports artists and artist-journalist teams producing innovative and revelatory journalistic work for major media outlets.
Eyebeam supported Anna Filipova on her journey to the Norwegian Arctic to document a crucial satellite station providing essential data on the effects of climate change.View
In one of the latest for ECFJ, Bayeté Ross Smith has revisited the sites of Red Summer, a period of time in the early 20th century marked by white supremacist terrorism and race, to create a five-part 360 video series for The Guardian.View
June 2021 Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism piece has won it’s first Pulitzer Prize! Architect Alison Killing received support from Eyebeam to work on a 4-part series with Megha Rajagopalan and Christo Buschek. They utilized satellite images, architectural analysis, and digital reconstruction to expose the cruel reality of the modern-day internment camps of Xinjiang.Read More
Through a restructured version of the program, the organization will largely cede its power to artists themselves.Read