2017 Artists in Residence

Harvestworks announces the 2017 New Residents

The Harvestworks New Works and Emerging Artists Residency in Sound (EARS) Program is pleased to announce our 2017 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 music/sound … Continue reading

2016 New Works Residencies

Harvestworks announces the 2016 New Works Residents

The Harvestworks Artist-in-Residence Program is pleased to announce our 2016 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 media artist Angie Eng, curator Kelani Nichole with … Continue reading

New Resident Martha Mooke

“Dreaming in Sound” is inspired by the sleep stage REM (Rapid Eye Movement) and the concept of lucid dreaming. Scored for solo electric viola, electronic processing, interactive video and audience involvement, this immersive performance experience will create a dreamscape in a multidimensional plane where chaos and order co-exist .
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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. Continue reading

[Jul 1] Call For Proposals: Creativity + Technology = Enterprise

Harvestworks in partnership with The Industrial and Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC) provides an opportunity for artists to create new works of art, further develop their creative tool set, and benefit from the advisory and professional services of ITAC to reach a marketplace looking for innovative approaches to new technology. Fifteen New York State artist/technician teams will be awarded up to $5000 (dependent upon funding) to produce, document, and present a new artwork. Women and minority teams are encouraged to apply. Continue reading