Hosted by Rhizome 2009-2013, this map identifies organizations, networks, and related links throughout NYS and beyond, that offer a variety of media arts services and information. Coming soon, in 2014, Wave Farm will manage a significant overhaul of The NYS Media Arts Map. A vital connecting point for cultural organizations and the general public interested in electronic art, media, and film statewide, the new Map will dynamically profile organizations and their public programs. Online discussion and networking opportunities will facilitate communication and collaboration, while virtual tours will provide the general public with new information and access.

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2015 New Works Residencies

The Harvestworks Artist-in-Residence Program is pleased to announce our 2015 recipients. The recipients are commissioned to create a new work in the Harvestworks TEAM (Technology, Engineering, Art and Music) Lab. The applications were reviewed by composer Miya Masaoka, media artist Art Jones and technologist Daniel Belquer with support from Harvestworks Director and New York Electronic Art Festival Producer Carol Parkinson.

[Mar 1] Thalamus Lab: XSL Open Call for Sounds

Harvestworks and Thalamus Lab are collaborating on the creation of an album, involving you. We are aiming to reach new horizons in collaborative art. With this in mind, we have been curating the XSL, a free sound collection by several artists around the world. Next, we are launching an open call for audio works created out of the sounds included in it.

[Mar 4 – 9] Brendan Fernandez: “(buli)” / “Still move”

Harvestworks Digital Media Art Center presents visual artist, Brendan Fernandes, to show his multi-channel moving image work “(buli)” along with his recent video work, “Still move”. “(buli)” explores barriers and codes that language creates through the lens of ethnicity, using a Dadaist style of repetition and nonsensicality . “Still move” – Taking inspiration from the notion of stillness these abstract videos capturing the body in motion create a contemplative and ephemeral space.

[Jan 23] Frank Rothkamm: The Wiener Process – A Technology and Philosophy

The “Wiener Process” is a 24 hour computer music work initially developed as an antidote to Frank Rothkamm’s 2010 diagnosis of the brain processing disorder Tinnitus. Completed in 2014, the “Wiener Process” is a nod to the mathematician and philosopher, Norbert Wiener. This lecture aims to introduce the audience to the mind-boggling world of sound, time and uncertainty. Frank Rothkamm will reveal everything he knows about his “Wiener Process” including, but not limited to: who, when, where, why, how, and what.

2015 at The Brick!

Resident Artists

The Syndicate
Written and performed by The Syndicate
Directed by Emily Spalding
January 8 – 17, 2015

The Listeners 
The Brick Theater, Inc.
Written by Matt Freeman
Directed by Michael Gardner
February 1 – February 14, 2015

The Temple, or, Lebensraum
photo by Nat Cassidy
Tin Drum Productions
Written & Directed by Nat Cassidy
February 15 – February 28, 2015

photo by Hunter Canning
Little Lord
Written by Michael Levinton & Laura von Holt
Directed by Michael Levinton
March 1 – March 21, 2015

Sea Fraud
photo by Hunter Canning
Written by Zoë Geltman
Directed by Julia Sirna-Frest
April 5 – April 11, 2015

Emily Climbs (Machine Méchant)
photo by Matt Andrade
Nellie Tinder
Written & Directed by Julia May Jonas
April 12 – May 2, 2015

MAMMOTH: A De-Extinction Love Story
Buran Theatre
Written & Directed by Adam R. Burnett
May 3 – May 23, 2015

Poor Sailor
photo by Hunter Canning
Tugboat Collective
Based on the comic book by Sammy Harkham
From the short story “At Sea” by Guy de Maupassant
Written by Chloe C. Brown and Tugboat Collective
Directed by Eben Hoffer
May 24 – June 6, 2015

Slumber Party ’84
Bruise Colors
Written and Directed by Joshua Conkel
August 2015

Never Odd or Even
Directed by Theresa Bucheister
September 2015

Written by Mariah MacCarthy
October 2015

Mainstage and Festivals

Bonedive Scrounger
Obvious Volcano
Written by Fred Backus
Directed by Maggie Cino
January 22 – 31, 2015

A Star Has Burnt My Eye:
The Strange Case of Connie Converse

 Written and Performed by Howard Fishman
Directed by Sarah Huges
March 26 – April 3

a sextival
For more, visit bricktheater.com/applications
June 2015 

Game Play 2015
For more, visit bricktheater.com/applications
July 2015

The Collisionworks 2015
Gemini Collision Works
November 2015

And more to be announced!!

Office Closed on Holidays

We’re closed Christmas Day (25th) and New Year’s Day (1st). We may also be closing early on the 24th and 31st, so call or email before you come in – just to make sure… Contact link: http://www.harvestworks.org/category/people/   … Continue reading

[Dec 15] New Works Residency 2015 Call For Proposals

THIS DEADLINE HAS PASSED. The Harvestworks New Works Residency is a national program that offers American artists (US-residents) commissions of up to $5000 to make a new work in our Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) lab. Each artist receives up to a $2000 artist fee with the balance of the award used for TEAM lab activities including research and development, sound and image production, programming and prototyping. The artist works with a team comprised of Harvestworks’ Project Manager and consultants, technicians or instructors. The proposed projects should explore new aesthetic premises and push the boundaries of conventional art forms and media.

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