Eyebeam’s new Bushwick space allows exciting panels and workshops, as well as presentations by residents and alumni — a group of the most visionary thinkers and makers in the world.
A flexible, social time and space for current and former Eyebeam artists to share new ideas, works in progress, host conversations, and experiment with different formats. Think “happy hour”, Eyebeam style! Free and open to the public.
The Eyebeam Assembly is a monthly public program inviting artists and thinkers to take on the biggest issues facing the fields of art and technology along with their broader implications on society. Created for Eyebeam’s new hub in Bushwick, the Eyebeam Assembly is a space for discourse on topics ranging from representation in the age of digital consciousness to the aesthetics of black radicalism and much more.
Eyebeam education enables students of all ages to learn technology in a collaborative environment, led by practicing artists. Our focus is to develop accessible and engaging educational programming for adults, teens and teachers typically underserved in the areas of STEAM learning.
Learn more about Eyebeam Exchange and Digital Day Camp here.
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.