[May 25] Opening Concert for the 2019 New York Electronic Art Festival

The opening concert for the 2019 New York Electronic Art Festival will feature artists Mario Diaz De Leon, Colin Marston, and Lea Bertucci. These experimental composers and sound artists are prolific members of our community and participants in our programs.  They will be performing contemporary pieces that reflect the diversity, intensity, and impact of our community of makers.

Saturday May 25 @ 22 Boerum Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Tickets: $15 plus processing fees

About the New York Electronic Art Festival

The New York Electronic Art Festival was created to provide a responsive public context for the appreciation of cutting-edge electronic artwork through concerts, 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 is an showcase of exciting interdisciplinary work and serve as a catalyst for discussions and collaborations between artists, scientists, and the public. 

The NYEAF plugs 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 over 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.

Produced in partnership with The Trust for Governors Island, Issue Project Room, The New York Hall of Science, the Asia Society, and other partners with funds provided by the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, mediaThefoundation, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New Music USA’s NYC New Music Impact Fund made possible by the Scherman Foundation’s Katharine S and Axel G Rosin Fund, the James E. Robison Foundation, The David and Sylvia Teitelbaum Fund, Inc, Materials for the Arts and Friends of Harvestworks. Special thanks to Jeff McGovern.

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