Eyebeam Residency

Website: http://eyebeam.org/events/trust/

The Eyebeam Residency is an for artists engaged with technology and technologists working in the arts. Residents work in Eyebeam studios in Brooklyn for one year on experimental, interdisciplinary projects. Work generated by artists during their residency from October 2017 to September 2018—whether art, research, code, or machines—are to be made open source and accessible to the public through means like teaching tools, open events, public repositories and documentation. A stipend of up to $30,000 is offered to all residents. Part of the stipend needs to be dedicated to production, materials or events. Residents are responsible for travel costs, accommodation, and moving expenses.

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Expires: March 29, 2017


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