Eyebeam is a nonprofit studio for collaborative experiments with technology toward a more imaginative and just world. Come by for a coffee and a tour with Director of Programs, Sally Szwed. Learn about Eyebeam’s current public programs and the groundbreaking residency that’s been supporting technology by artists for 20 years. Go behind the scenes to see what Eyebeam is doing to open the world of art, science and technology to new communities with a focus on openness, invention, and justice.
Eyebeam is located at:
199 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206 (Bushwick)
There is a ramp located in the front of the building with a buzzer where you can buzz Eyebeam.
Eyebeam is ADA accessible, and the 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 reasonable accommodation, please contact J. Soto at least two weeks prior to the event via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 410-4189 (voice only).
The nearest subway is the L Train to Morgan (not ADA accessible).
The nearest ADA accessible station is the J/M Train to Flushing, which has an elevator.
Contact Eyebeam with questions: Sarah O’Connell, 401-525-0151