The Project Room for New Media and Performing Arts is an incubator of new ideas, showcasing groundbreaking concepts in all art mediums, and the intersection of the arts through technology. Initiated in 2003 at Chelsea Art Museum by curator, Nina Colosi, over 350 international emerging and established artists have been presented in exhibitions, performing arts, symposiums, meet-the-artist programs, and workshops. The innovative public art project, Streaming Museum (streamingmuseum.org) was launched on January 29, 2008.
Programs have been made possible by Chelsea Art Museum, Home of the Miotte Foundation; FJC – A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds; British Council; Brooklyn College; Consulate General of Argentina in NY; Consulate General of Israel in NY; Consulate General of Finland; Electronic Music Foundation; Experimental TV Center; Harvestworks; Juilliard School of Music; New York University; New York State Council on the Arts; Office of Cultural Affairs; Rockefeller Foundation; University of Hertfordshire, UK; Waseda University, Tokyo; Yale University. Yamaha Disklavier is the official piano of Performing Arts at CAM.
Pictures from Digital Art @Google, at Google headquarters NYC - the final program of The Project Room for New Media and Performing Arts