in Competitions, Member work, project, Video, Web2.0, Youtube

Call for Entries / Get your short film viewed by Karl Lagerfeld and broadcast on TV

CALL FOR ENTRIES // CRANE.TV FILM COMPETITION DEADLINE // FEBRUARY 28, 2009 We recently met with the founders of Crane.tv about an impressive film competition they are hosting with Discovery Campus, reelisor.com and a power jury including fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld, as well as Flavio Albanese, Ora Ito, Fernando Sulichin, Kirill Razlogov, and Laurent Claquin. The juried selections will ... Continue reading ›

in Competitions, Web2.0

Best of Brooklyn Art Project 2008 Call for Entries // Win a Fuji digital camera or 40pg hardcover book of your art.

We're kicking off 2009 with a competition to find the best illustrations, paintings, photography and mixed media pieces created in 2008. The submission with the most "favorite" votes by January 16th will be awarded a Fuji Z20 digital camera! Second and third place submissions get a custom 40 page, 4-color, hardcover book published of their best ... Continue reading ›

in politics, Web2.0

Word Cloud of Top 100 Words Used by Obama and McCain Campaigns on August 5th, 2008

We've launched an Election 08 Campaign Wordcloud Project here at Brooklynartproject.com where we take periodic snapshots of each campaign using web 2.0 technology to gain visual insight into Obama's and McCain's political messaging. Web 2.0 spawned Politics 2.0, and with all the data out there, we can see the bigger picture for ourselves. The talking points ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Member work, NYC, project, Stencil, Street art, Web2.0

Come draw with Brooklyn Art Project on the world’s biggest shared digital canvas

We set up Brooklyn Art Project area for everyone to draw on a shared digital canvas that anyone can draw on or upload images to. It was created by the geniuses over at WebCanvas.com Ltd, a London based start-up that got the attention of Sir Tim Berners-Lee (the father of World Wide Web) who loves the ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Events, NYC, Web2.0, Youtube

Brooklyn Museum Goes Web 2.0 // a tweet for artists everywhere

In a 560,000-square-foot,  Beaux-Arts building, the Brooklyn  Museum is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the country. It's  also one of the most web 2.0. With a new css website,  blog, and active profiles across MySpace, Facebook, Flickr , YouTube, and Twitter, this world famous  institution is plugged into all the right spaces. ... Continue reading ›