EYEBEAM WILL HOLD OPEN STUDIOS FOR FELLOWS AND RESIDENTS
Friday, December 16 + Saturday, December 17, 2011: 3–6PM
A two-day presentation at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center providing an inside look at current research and in-progress work.
Eyebeam has a rich history of supporting creative technologists with a focus on production that emphasizes public iteration and open process. Open Studios offers a chance to engage the artists and creative technologists working here. Visitors are invited to explore our shared studio spaces and R&D lab as well as join in a guided tour by an Eyebeam fellow every hour, on the hour, where you will meet Eyebeam’s most valuable resource: its community of visionary creators.
STUDENT RESIDENTS 2011
Eyebeam's yearly Student Residency Program offers New York City high school students space to experiment, learn, and create original work using our state-of-the-art facilities and mentorship from Residents and Fellows. This year's Student Residents are Ariana Marini, Giulia Girgenti, Ian Antoni, Tanjhid Chouhury, and Toni Koval. They came to Eyebeam first as participants in the 2011 Digital Day Camp, and their current projects explore topics as diverse as video production, dance, activism, game design, and textile technology.
HONORARY RESIDENTS + RESEARCH ASSOCIATES
Each year Eyebeam invites key people who have previously worked at Eyebeam or are core collaborators with current Fellows and Residents to access our facilities in a range of honorary positions. This year, Honorary Fellow Kaho Abe and Honorary Residents Stefani Bardin, Albert Hwang, and Maria Michails will present their work at Open Studios.