Harvestworks hosts artists open studios, an exhibition of digital media art and a workshop / research room to share how artists use new and emerging technology with the public on Governors Island. This year our partners include the TECHNE_Lab and the Streaming Museum.
LOCATION: Governors Island, Nolan Park Building 8a
DATES AND TIMES: May 25 – October 21, 2018
TIMES: Fri. Sat. Sun and Holiday Mondays noon – 5 pm
Harvestworks will host an exhibition of digital media art and provide a workshop / research room to share artworks and experiences by artists using new and emerging technology for artistic expression. Artists will talk about the core principals, the materials and the techniques to putting these works together on selected Saturdays from 3 – 5 pm throughout the summer/fall.
The Artworks and Experiences exhibition includes new works by Beth Bradfish/Connie Noyes, Kristin Lucas, Ursula Endlicher and Bryan Jacobs. In collaboration with Streaming Museum’s international programming for its 10th anniversary, we are presenting The TECHNE lab of the University of Colorado. We will exhibit the works of Michael Theodore, Ryan Wurst, Laura Kim, and Amerika. We will also present Carla Gannis’s “Portrait In Landscape” that will be showcased in Times Square Midnight Moment August 1-31.
The Harvestworks TEAM lab Workshops will be held on weekends from Saturday June 4 – July 23, 2016. The workshops will be free or cost of materials. All workshops would be computer-based and/or include safe building kits for children. There will be a lab attendant at all times.
Experience Lab workshops may include 3D modeling, DIY artwork (including Arduino and raspberry pi), and illustration/animation.
Artworks may rotate during the course of the exhibition. Visit www.harvestworks.org for the latest details.
About TECHNE Lab
techne_lab is a group show of artists affiliated with the techne_lab located at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. Techne_lab was founded in 2002 by artist Mark Amerika and has served as an experimental art incubator for future forms of creative practice and research in the new media / digital arts. This exhibition, taking place on Governors Island in conjunction with Harvestworks, features the work of Michael Theodore, Ryan Wurst, Laura Kim, and Amerika.
About Streaming Museum
STREAMING MUSEUM was founded in 2008 by Nina Colosi, as a public art experiment to produce and present exhibitions and programs of art, innovation, and world affairs. Since then programs have reached millions on 7 continents in public spaces, at cultural and commercial centers, and streamingmuseum.org.