Emotion Winds (2014) by Maurice Benayoun
Since 2008, Streaming Museum exhibitions,
programs of the arts and world affairs
and our original videos have reached
millions on seven continents.
They've been presented in public spaces and the online public space, and at cultural,
educational and commercial centers.
Programs have brought together the general public and experts to discuss society's issues
and potential, and the interconnected
role of the arts.
The museum promotes the power of the arts
as witness, humanist and futurist interpreter, motivator, unifier, beautifier, problem solver, meditation zone, illuminator of cultural commonalities and diversities and new ways
of seeing, model of the creative process, and teller of the stories that matter.
Memorable spectacles and events have been created in collaboration with international artists, experts and partners
Bjork's "Mutual Core" is about the human connection to nature and universe. Exhibited across Times Square to launch the World Tour of Nordic Outbreak exhibition and public programs featuring 30 Nordic video artists. Video by Streaming Museum. Left: Cocor MediaChannel, Bucharest, Right: Sao Paulo, Brazil
The goal has been to present art and ideas in the places most accessible to the public in their daily lives - public spaces and online, as well as in physical space in a variety of venues
Streaming Museum in residence in Antarctica, at Carlini (formerly Jubay) Scientific base of Argentina
Arts and conversations with experts across fields look at how art and technology sharpen how we see the world and help create solutions to critical problems with an understanding of the interconnected world
Cynical, pessimistic viewpoints about the future become a self-fulfilling prophecy, says Anthony Leiserowitz, Director Yale Climate Change Communications
A VIEW FROM THE CLOUD, 2015 at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza-"the Gateway to the United Nations" with Astronaut Ron Garan, Assistant UN Secretary General on Climate Change, Janos Pasztor, international art and screening of Overview, co-produced with World Council of Peoples for the United Nations
... in 2017 at United Nations Church Center, Dr. Emile Bruneau, Director of the Peace and Conflict Neuroscience Lab at University of Pennsylvania. Videos by David Bates, Jr / Streaming Museum