Newsletter January 30, 2017

1977 – 2017 – 40 years

Yes – We are celebrating our 40th anniversary this year. Join the Harvestworks community!

NEW! The Workspace Residency Program offers shared studio space or a private studio.

Sign up for our INDEPENDENT STUDY PROGRAM in audio, video and Max/MSP/Jitter.

Screen or Exhibit your film or media artwork.

Let us Manage and Produce your Project.

Become a Friend – for one year free membership plus special invitations to meet our artists and technical interns.

Upcoming Events 

Composers Now Festival starts February 1, 2017! Events at Harvestworks:

Thurs. Feb. 9 @ 8 pm Annie Gosfield: Jammed Radios, Flying Signals and String Noise.

Fri. Feb. 24 @ 8 pm Barbara Held/Benton C. Bainbridge: Pausa, an audiovisual performance. Supported by the New York State Council on the Arts’ 2017 Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds Grant program.

AIR News

AIR Thessia Machado: Mining the Unsound at the American Academy in Berlin.

Faith Holland presenting at Harvestworks

 AIR Faith Holland’s Android AppVibes (programmed by Mike Sperone) is available at thegoogle play store.

ACTS & INTERMISSIONS a film by AIR Abigail Child will be featured in Doc Fortnight 2017: MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media. February 16–26, 2017 click here for tickets.




Jackson MacLow at the Drawing Center. Listen to the Jackson Mac Low selection A Piece for Sari Dienes on FluxTELLUS – TELLUS #24

Executive Director Carol will present at the Art, Music, Technology (AMT) Festival Feb 2 – 4, 2017
festival. More info on the website.

Studio News

Rochester Students

Rochester students are back in the House!

Andrew Maillot and Bridget DeFranco are joining our intern program and Mert and Mariam are back for the spring semester.

Hans Tammen interviews Director Carol Parkinson about TELLUS, the Audio Cassette Series published between 1982 – 1996. Here’s the link on Mixcloud.

Carol Parkinson (Harvestworks) + Chu CHU, Yuchi LIU

Thanks to the NYFA program, our China New Media Curators spent a week at Harvestworks researching our history and translating it into their language. Awesome!


Still from Keep Your Electric Eye on Me by AIR Lauren Petty and Shaun Irons

Let’s Be Friends!
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Amazon Smile

If you shop with Amazon, consider donating to Harvestworks while shopping. Simply follow this link; once you make your purchase Amazon will make a donation to Harvestworks! This is a great program and we encourage you to participate.

AIR Daniel Fishkin looking for supplies


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