Streaming Museum opens

Date: October 3, 2008

Streaming Museum's exhibition "ARTISTS AND INNOVATORS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT" part one, will be on view October 3 to December 3 in cyberspace and public spaces on 7 continents. Streaming Museum, TED Prize and Urban Screens Melbourne 08 will collaborate in a global launch from Time Warner Center, New York City, on Friday, October 3 at 8 PM

Streaming Museum is a new hybrid Museum that presents real-time exhibitions in cyberspace and public space on seven continents. The Museum opened on January 29, 2008 and is produced in New York City in collaboration with international artists, curators, and cultural institutions. Exhibitions are viewed in cyberspace at and Ars Virtua New Media Center in Second Life, and public locations around the world according to schedules listed on the website.

"Artists and Innovators for the Environment" is part one of a three-part exhibition series featuring international visionary creators - Buckminster Fuller, design scientist; James Nachtwey, photographer; John Cage, Gustavo Santaolalla, Huang Ruo, Jacob ter Veldhuis, and Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta, composers; Agnes Denes and Anni Rapinoja environmental artists, Brian Mackern new media artist, Cedar Lake Dance, the Nunatak band of the British Antarctic base, as well as innovative designs for environmental sustainability by Chuck Hoberman and others.

For information contact:
Nina Colosi, Founder/Creative Director, Streaming Museum
[email protected]