Streaming Museum launched in 2008 in NYC to produce and present art exhibitions in public spaces across media screens on seven continents, cultural centers, and its website. Over the years it expanded into the production of public programs and publications encompassing art and the interconnections of world affairs, cultures, technology, and nature—their challenges and systems, and the designs that imagine and create a breathable welcomed future.

Streaming Museum is a partner in The European Institute of Innovation and Technology - a body of the European Union, a 15-year program launched in November 2022, to develop The Next Renaissance.

War and Transformations

Third of May

The 3rd of May 1808 in Madrid, or The Executions, oil on canvas by Francisco Goya, 1814. Height: 268 cm, Width: 347 cm.  Courtesy, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 

Artist Monika Weiss on Francisco Goya, War, Trauma, and Unforgetting History

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Michael Najjar, electric rainfall from cool earth series, 2021-ongoing Hybrid photography, 132 x 202 cm, © Michael Najjar

Michael Najjar cool earth,
2021-ongoing

The artworks of the cool earth series combine science and fiction. They imagine the transition to a world without fossil energy and open up a mental field of possibilities for the viewer of how we could shape a liveable, post-destructive world.

Behind the walls of Ritsona, Greece’s largest refugee camp

Artists, poets, writers and musicians share their work with Streaming Museum in the hope of transcending the walls that keep them out of sight. A 4-part series.

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Fedele Spadafora, Potter Park, Michigan, 2016. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20"

Forests have social lives:
The science + the art of
Fedele Spadafora