Start Date: 
2 Mar 2013 - 3 Mar 2013
Hours: 
7:00PM–late
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
319 Scholes
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Eyebeam and Mozilla are teaming up to co-sponsor Art Hack Day at 319 Scholes, which runs Thursday February 28-Saturday March 2, 2013.

Sixty artists and hackers will inhabit 319 Scholes to explore the idea of "God Mode" and produce new, collaborative projects.  Open(Art) Fellows Forrest Oliphant, Toby Schachman, and Addie Wagenknecht will participate along with Eyebeam Fellows, Residents, and Alumni: Heather Dewey-Hagborg, James George, Lauren McCarthy, Aaron Meyers, Jonathan Minard, and Ramsey Nasser.

Visitors are invited to engage and interact with the works as they are uploaded online throughout the hack and join the teams on Saturday March 2nd starting at 7:00pm for a closing exhibition, live performances, and celebration.

 
Activity Details
Call Type: 
Job
Start Date: 
09/17/2012

Eyebeam Art + Technology Center is looking for a part time (3 days/week) Communications Director to start August 1. Eyebeam Art + Technology Center is the nation's leading center for art and technology, offering artists and creative technologists paid residences in its Chelsea facility, in addition to a wide range of public programs.  

We are looking for a creative self-starter who can work closely with our staff and artists to tell the Eyebeam story. The candidate should be able to engage with audiences through both traditional and social media. Great writing skills, a good design sense, an ability to think strategically, and a collaborative approach are essential.  

Other criteria include: 

Contact E-mail: 
 
Activity Details
Call Type: 
Residency
Start Date: 
09/17/2012

FALL/WINTER 2012 RESIDENCY CALL

APPLICATION DEADLINE: All applications must have been received via online application by 12:00PM (noon) June 22, 2012. All applicants will be informed of their application status by August 13, 2012.

 

Renowned Deleuzian scholar and philosopher of technology Manuel DeLanda discusses his new book Philosophy and Simulation: The Emergence of Synthetic Reason (Continuum, 2011), a philosophical overview of the rapidly growing field of computer simulations.

STREAMING LIVE HERE

June 9, 6-8PM

 

Featuring live music performance by SUN RA ARKESTRA!

ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED. PLEASE PURCHASE AT THE DOOR STARTING AT 9PM.

MIXER, Eyebeam’s quarterly showcase for audiovisual performance and interactive art, goes back to the future – to the dawn of the imagined internet.

On Saturday, April 9, MIXER: Past Futures transforms Eyebeam’s vast West Chelsea space into an immersive environment combining video, music, design, and fashion to evoke visions of the future – both utopian and dystopian – as depicted through literature, movies, and video games of the recent past. MIXER: Past Futures conjures the spirit of both early internet theories and visual style, suggesting an alternate version of our own current reality, reflecting what was and what could be.

 

We give you the numbers; you make them speak to us.

Every year, Americans fill out income tax forms and make their payments to the IRS. It’s an important civic duty, but do we really know where our tax dollars go? Using data provided byWhatWePayFor.com, Eyebeam challenges you to create data visualizations that make it easier and more interesting for taxpayers to understand just how the government spends our money.

 
Eyebeam receives generous Matching Gift

Keep EYEBEAM the leading Art + Technology Center in the USA.

Support adventurous artists, hackers, coders, and creative technologists in developing innovative art+technology. We are an incubator for creative research, open culture, and open source technology. We support artists by giving them access to tools, providing professional development, opportunities for collaboration, and most of all an incredible community.

Whether your interests are in learning, sustainability, data-vis, or pop culture, we have artists working on ideas worth supporting.

Now we ask you, as a friend of Eyebeam, to contribute to their work too.

Now through December 31, your gift to Eyebeam will work twice as hard. All donations will be matched dollar-for-dollar by a generous gift, a challenge we hope you can help us meet.

 
Start Date: 
11 Mar 2014
Hours: 
6:30PM-10:00PM
Cost: 
$20 for the first part; $50 for both
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Register here!

Creating and managing digital archives, catalogs, and collections is a growing concern as organizations seek to manage files and records, metadata-gather, and enable complex searches of their cultural production, ephemera, archives and/or born-digital assets.

This one-evening, two-part workshop goes in-depth on two popular and well-supported open-source digital archiving and collections management softwares that address these issues. We'll look at Omeka, used primarily in academic and digital humanities projects; and CollectiveAccess, used primarily in GLAM [Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums] projects.

The first half of the workshop will orient you to who uses and how these softwares are implemented, what to expect and consider in a cataloging software project; and includes an overview of features,  metadata schemas, and problems to look out for.

 
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Eyebeam Storefront will be closed for summer break beginning August 18th-September 16th and will reopen on September 17th, 2013. See you all in the fall!

 
Start Date: 
21 May 2013
Hours: 
6:00PM-9:00PM
Cost: 
$25.00
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE

 
Projects: Computational Fashion
People: Arthur Young-Spivey, Francis Bitonti, Sabine Seymour
Tags: 3D printing, digital fabrication, Fashion, wearable technology
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