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2020-2023 Highlights

Streaming Museum at 15
An overview of programs of art
world affairs since 2008

Streaming Museum launched on January 29, 2008 to bring awesome experiences of art to people in public spaces on 7 continents and on its website, using the burgeoning capabilities of technology.
     Over the years we've expanded to include a broad range of international programs, publications, and feature stories. With our Network partners we bring together art, culturally diverse audiences, and professionals across disciplines who sharpen how we see the world and create innovations that influence how humans and nature coexist.

Third of May

War and Transformations

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War and Transformations

A 2022 online exhibition featuring: Artist Monika Weiss on Francisco Goya, War, Trauma, and Unforgetting History; Michael Najjar’s cool earth, (2021-ongoing), imagines the transition to a world without fossil energy; Behind the walls of Ritsona, Greece’s largest refugee campForests have social lives-The science + the art of Fedele Spadafora; Mass for the Endangered, composer, Sarah Kirkland Snider, lyrics, Nathanial Bellows, videoart, Deborah Johnson; InBetween World 2022; by Marty St. James; Exploring NFTs and Web3, featuring NFTs by artists featured in Streaming Museum programs—Mark Amerika, Refik Anadol, Carla Gannis, Claudia Hart, Ryoji Ikeda, Tobin Jones, Eduardo Kac, Sophie Kahn, James Morgan, John F. Simon, Jr.; Lundahl & Seitl, North American artVR Tour; Arido Taurajo an operatic music video, human-AI collaboration, James Morgan and Maya Ackerman; The Next Renaissance, publication of the European Institute of Innovation, Technology, Culture and Creativity, includes Streaming Museum’s essay Of Poets: Human and Robot.

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. 


CENTERPOINT NOW, “Are we there yet?”
a special edition of the publication of World Council of Peoples for the United Nations, co-produced with Streaming Museum, presents an unexpected take on the United Nations 75th anniversary,


Streaming Museum is pleased to announce its membership in The European Institute of Innovation and Technology, Culture & Creativity - a body of the European Union, a multi-year multi-million euro program beginning in 2024.

The publication and website, The Next Renaissance, an initiative of the EIT C&C, brings together makers and thinkers in art, tech, industries, innovation and generations in Europe. Two articles by Streaming Museum are featured.


Hello 2022.
Kindness, Key to Survival

an essay by Dr. Daniel M.T. Fessler, Director of the UCLA Bedari Kindness Institute, is accompanied by the painting The World is Yours the World Is Mine by Shahzia Sikander.

Exhibition features: Richard Mosse's photography series Infrared on beauty and tragedy in war and destruction; Incoming on mass migration and human displacement / Mass for the Endangered, "breathtaking beauty" by composer Sarah Kirkland Snider / Michael Najjar's supersymmetric particles hybrid photograph of The Large Hadron Collider, searching for the inner structure holding the world together / Stephanie Castonguay, sound artist's Capturing Light  and Sentient probes circuits as the closest way to touching the stars from a distance / Land Art Generator’s renewable energy landscapes are large-scale works of art / Debbie Symons’s extinction data visualization 1975 - 2100 / Sadalsuud by composer Emanuel Pimenta and filmmaker Dino Viani's portrait of people around the world isolated during the pandemic / When the Time is Right an NFT by David Bates, Jr.



Fessler’s essay, and art by Sikander, Mosse, Najjar are included in the UN 75th anniversary issue of CENTERPOINT NOW the publication and ©2020 World Council of Peoples for the United Nations, co-produced with Streaming Museum. Read it at and


Jana Winderen (2014). Krísuvik, Iceland. Photo: Finnbogi Petursson

Digital Dynamics in
Contemporary Nordic Art


Marty St. James, The Invisible Man



LAND ART GENERATOR INITIATIVE (LAGI) helps design renewable energy structures around the world that are large scale works of art.

View works from LAGI's competition for Abu Dhabi’s Masdar City, which was designed by Foster and Partners as a ‘greenprint’ for the sustainable development of cities including energy and water efficiency, mobility and reduction of waste.


King Sahure and a Nome God, ca. 2458-2446 B.C.

Some Thoughts on Art as a Point of Connection Between What Has Been and What Can Be
by Yassana Croizat-Glazer, Ph.D.Founder and Principal, YCG Fine Art


CodeProfiles (2002, 2018) by W. Bradford Paley is an historic conceptual artwork made with code and inspired by leading modern and contemporary artists.


Sandro Botticelli, Portrait of Michele Marullo Tarchaniota, c. 1458-1500

Of Poets, Human and Robot
by Nina Colosi, 4-page feature in Centerpoint Now, "Are we there yet?" Publication © WCPUN


When was the last time you felt complete happiness— sheer BLISS? How do you cope with its loss?

Counting One to Four: Nature Morte by Debbie Symons, 2015. A climate and extinction data visualization.


Cyndie Berthezene’s TimeIn Children's Art Initiative transforms lives of at-risk students in NYC.


Agnes Denes’s prophetic Wheatfield—a Confrontation (1982) addresses human values and misplaced priorities. Despite security concerns, 3 weeks after 9/11, we presented it in Moscow.


Water, Mining and Exodus in the Atacama Desert, Chile by Marcos Zegers, documentary photographer

Photojournalists Teru Kuwayama, Balazs Gardi and Tivadar Domaniczky were embedded with the 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, in southern Afghanistan, 2010-2011 to produce Basetrack, a Knight Foundation funded, revolutionary online project that connected battalion members with their families and others around the globe. It became an indispensable tool of citizen journalism, documenting a range of perspectives on the emotional tolls of war.


On sustainability in Afghanistan - Photography and Interview with photojournalist Teru Kuwayama.

When are "sustainability" benchmarks unsustainable?

Featured in Centerpoint Now, publication of World Council of Peoples for the United Nations, 2013.

Rachel Corrie was a peace activist who died while trying to prevent the demolition of a home in Gaza. A film by Monika Weiss and music by Zaid Jabri performed by Palestinian musicians, remember her story.

Björk’s MUTUAL CORE in Times Square launched a world tour

Hong Kong band DAVID BORING experiments in ways that both confront and empathize with the modern world, revealing a dark, claustrophobic world that either excites or traumatizes.


HOW WE LIVE TOGETHER, 4 short films by Anne Katrine Senstad with acclaimed actor Bill Sage, re-contextualize French philosopher Roland Barthes's 1977 lectures in light of the complex realities of our contemporary world.
Premiere Screening: Oct 31-Nov 15, 2021


Santiago Mostyn's video, DELAY (2014)

Essay by Susanne Fessé, curator, art historian
"How to come to terms—not only as an artist but an “artist of colour”—with my place in this society that I now call home?" 
Screening: Oct 31-Nov 15, 2021

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