Launched in response to the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, Rapid Response became Eyebeam’s inaugural, fully digital artist fellowship. Marking the beginning of a new kind of artist support at Eyebeam, the 9-month program supported 30 artists and collectives from across the globe with robust financial and professional support to first imagine and then take tangible steps toward building a better digital future.
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. This program, made possible by Craig Newmark Philanthropies, paves the way for artists to help revolutionize how complex moments are made more comprehensible.
Digital Day Camp (DDC) is Eyebeam’s longest-running program. DDC is an intensive, multi-week youth technology program taught by artists and serving approximately 20 NYC public high school students each summer.
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.
Read the last in the Pulitzer Prize-winning series by Alison Killing & Megha Rajagopalan, supported in part by Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism and published in BuzzFeed News. This reporting revealed that there is enough room to detain over 1 million Muslims in the Xinjiang detention camps in China.Read
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
Eyebeam believes that the open distribution of inventive work by a broad and diverse group of artists provides an antidote to toxic supremacy in its many forms. Eyebeam is committed to creating equitable systems in support of creativity and in service to artists—and therefore to society at large.
Can you imagine a future designed by artists? We can—and that future is built on optimism.