Ends on June 14, 2019

Join us for two weeks exploring the intersections of art, technology, and access!

During Digital Day Camp (DDC), you'll get to work alongside artist-educators and staff, engaging in lectures, hands-on workshops, and creative play around this year’s theme of ACCESS: how does a multiplicity of intersectional, lived experiences such as disability, race, and gender inform, challenge, and invite reimaginings of what digital and physical access can be?

You have the option to choose between two sessions, which will cover the same content and instruction.

Session 1: July 15th - July 26th, 9:30am to 4pm (Mon - Fri) 

Session 2: July 29th - August 9th, 9:30am to 4pm (Mon - Fri)

Where: 2 Metrotech @ NYU Tandon / Game Center, Downtown Brooklyn

Deadline for Submission: Friday, June 14th, 11:59PM Eastern Standard Time

Notification of acceptance to program: Monday, July 1st


Students are eligible to apply if they

  • Were enrolled in a NYC high school during the 2018-2019 school year
  • Can demonstrate an interest in art, technology and/or cultural issues
  • Have a willingness to learn and try new things
  • Are available to attend each day of either Session 1 or 2 for the entire duration
  • Have permission from their parent or legal guardian to participate

Previous experience with new media tools and technology is not preferred and is not a prerequisite for the program. Ideal candidates are interested in learning, excited about new environments and experiences, and want to engage with different students and artists!


Program Fee

$1,000 per session, which covers all educational instruction and workshop materials during the two weeks, in addition to breakfast, lunch, and snacks. 


Scholarship

Full scholarships covering the program fee, a $100 stipend, and Metrocards are available for eligible students from public schools with 51% or more free or reduced lunches.

 

Accessibility

The accessible entrance to NYU Tandon Game Center is on Lawrence Street. Restrooms in the space are wheelchair accessible. The nearest accessible subway stop is the Jay St-Metro Tech station (A, C, F & R train). For information on accessible transit on the MTA visit this link. For questions regarding accessibility, or to request access services, please email info@eyebeam.org or (347) 378-9163 (voice only).


Questions

Any questions regarding DDC19 or this application can be sent to the Programs Associate, Yidan Zeng at yidan.zeng@eyebeam.org. For more information, visit our Digital Day Camp page