As a hub for ideas and exchange, Eyebeam presents programs with a mission to amplify the work of our current residents and alumni — a group of the most visionary thinkers and makers in the world. Deep thinking, experimentation, and engagement happen in our Bushwick home. Our events are always free and open to the public. Outside our walls, we forge partnerships around NYC and beyond to expand the reach of our community in both physical and virtual space, as well as in the media through the Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism.
When ideals of capitalist progress become the driver of societal value, a position of refusal can be a political and necessary act. Eyebeam’s 2020 Residency Open Call asks applicants to consider refusal as it relates to technology and its impact on society. How do acts of refusal manifest in one’s life and work poetically or directly?
The Eyebeam Residency is a prestigious award for those creating work that engages with technology and society through art.
Digital Day Camp (DDC) is Eyebeam’s longest running program. DDC is an intensive, multi-week, youth arts and technology program for approximately 20 NYC public high school students.
Welcome Wednesday, Eyebeam Assembly, and Eyebeam Exchange create space for visionary thinkers, makers, and artists to host panels, workshops, and experiment with different formats that are open to the public.
Manifesting Equitable Futures: Building an Anti-Racist Technoculture hosted by Afrotectopia
Afrotectopia invites you to speculate and design a more equitable future through collaboratively building a manifesto that demands anti-racist technoculture.
Eyebeam is turning 20, and we want to look into the future with you as we party like it’s 2039!
On June 18, Fête of the Future, a benefit for Eyebeam, will celebrate two decades of enduring support for artists dreaming up new visions for our shared future.
Established in 1998, Digital Day Camp (DDC) is Eyebeam’s longest running program. A summer arts and technology intensive for NYC high school students, DDC challenges youth to apply creative thinking strategies across a range of technological tools and topics with the goal to help them develop critical, empowering, and long-lasting relationships with technology.