Artist-led technology education for a more imaginative and just world
Eyebeam exchange is a monthly program created to provide hands on skills development and workshops geared towards learners of all ages and levels of experience. The Exchange features sessions led by experts in the Eyebeam community on a variety of topics ranging from digital activism to AI and human emotion.
Eyebeam’s Student Resident program is an after-school, 5-month residency open to New York City public high school students interested in studying the intersection of art and technology. During the residency, students work with full time residents, staff and mentors, get training in digital fabrication tools and develop projects working with the guidance of dedicated mentors alongside Eyebeam’s artists in the Residency Program.
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Digital Day Camp is an intensive, multi-week, youth arts and technology program for approximately 20 NYC public high school students. Through local partnerships, Eyebeam recruits applicants from youth in schools underrepresented in STEAM programs to ensure a diverse range of ideas and backgrounds in each cohort. During the program, students work alongside artist-educators and staff, engaging in lectures and hands-on workshops focusing on art and technology tools, careers in the field, and relevant social and artistic topics.
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Eyebeam is an accessible space. The 199 Cook Street entrance is accessible via a wheelchair ramp. Restrooms on the first floor are wheelchair accessible and the second floor restrooms are wheelchair accessible via an elevator. If you require accommodation, please contact J. Soto at least two weeks prior to the event via email at [email protected] or call (347)-378- 9163 x 1006 (voice only).
Our nearest train station is the L-Morgan station. The L-Morgan station does not have an elevator. The next closest station is the JM-Flushing which does have an elevator. For information on accessible transit on the MTA visit this link
We are located in Bushwick at 199 Cook Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206. If you get off from the middle of the Morgan Ave L platform you can turn right on Bogart Street, then right again on Cook Street (just before Flushing Ave). The next closest station is the JM-Flushing, walk down Flushing, take a left into Bushwick Ave and a right onto Cook Street.
Note that we are only open to the public during events. Reach out to [email protected] to learn more.