Youth Drop-In Program

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Brian is currently completing a MFA degree at Pratt Institute and is working with Stephanie Pereira for Eyebeam's educational programs.  Brian's recent work investigates human relationships with the environment through audio-visual sensory experiences.

Eyebeam CV
2010FIntern
SIntern
 
Start Date: 
19 Feb 2010
Hours: 
11AM –3PM
Cost: 
$5 (covers lunch)
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Youth between the ages of 13-18 are invited to participate in a Winter Break Workshop onsite at Eyebeam.

Don Miller, a.k.a. NO CARRIER (of 8bitpeoples artist collective and PlayPower's Platform Education Director) invites students into the programming side of the Nintendo Entertainment System. Students will learn how hack into classic NES games using free open-source software, and access and edit the graphics to make their own visual worlds within gaming environments.

Date: Friday, February 19
Time: 11AM-3PM
Cost: $5
Lunch will be provided.

Students must be currently enrolled in a NYC public school to participate.

THIS COURSE IS AT CAPACITY AND NO LONGER ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS.
Please check-out our FREE Thursday Afternoon Drop-In program for similar programs:
http://eyebeam.org/events/youth-drop-in-program

 

 
People: NO CARRIER, Don Miller
Research: Education
Tags: Youth Drop-In Program, Drop-In Program
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Mark Essen is a game designer, who lives in Los Angeles and is currently a grad student in UCLA's Design and Media Arts program. His work has been exhibited at FILE in Sao Paulo, the New Museum in New York, MoCCA in Toronto, FACT, [DAM] Berlin, Vice/Intel's international Creators Project, and various other galleries, festivals, and basements.

Eyebeam CV
2011F
SExhibiting Artist
2010F
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2009FTeaching Artist
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Patrick Davison

Works with Michael Mandiberg.

Eyebeam CV
2010F
STeaching ArtistIntern
2009FIntern
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