2011 New York Electronic Art Festival

Thanks for your support!

Thank you to our artists, sponsors and visitors! Over 20,000 came to our festival and another 72,000 visited us on the NYEAF.org and the Harvestworks.org websites. We are looking forward to NYEAF 2013!

The New York Electronic Art Festival was created to provide a responsive public context for the appreciation of cutting-edge electronic artwork through concerts, panels, workshops, and exhibitions of the highest quality across the arts and technology spectrum. Attendees will get an overview of how technology is being used in various artistic disciplines, and have the opportunity to take part in a discussion about how these technologies will continue to shape contemporary art practice. This year’s festival will be a showcase of exciting interdisciplinary work and serve as a catalyst for discussions and collaborations between artists, technology, and the public.

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“New York is a major hub of experimental artistic exploration of art and technology worldwide, so it is essential that the New York Electronic Art Festival bring together innovative practitioners to share their work with the public through immersive sound and color, responsive environments, interactive strategies and experimental instruments,”

— Carol Parkinson, Harvestworks Executive Director


The NYEAF will plug into a national and international network of electronic art festivals, bringing significant contemporary art and music to the city. NYEAF is produced by Harvestworks, an international digital media arts center with 30 years of experience helping artists to get “inside the electronics” and to develop a hands-on, experimental and explorative approach to making art with technology.

VENUES: The New York Electronic Art Festival will be held at venues including several sites at Governors Island (see map), St. Paul’s Chapel at Broadway and Fulton Street, Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center 596 Broadway at Houston St in Soho and Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave Corner of Atlantic & 3rd Ave in Downtown Brooklyn.



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