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Boston Cyberarts, Inc. is a 501 (c)3 non-profit arts organization created to foster, develop and present a wide spectrum of media arts including electronic and digital experimental arts programming. We exhibit and promote the media and digital arts of Boston, New England and the world to audiences in the New England region and beyond and by doing so, helping to promote a sense of media and digital literacy, locally and regionally. We carry out six major programs – the Boston Cyberarts Festival, the Artists Residency in Technology Companies of Massachusetts (ARTCOM) program, VideoSpace, the HyperArtSpace Online Gallery, the Apropos New Media Database and Faces of Tomorrow.

Boston Cyberarts was founded in 1991 by George Fifield in Boston Massachusetts. The staff includes Assistant Directors Carmin Karasic and Dedalus Wainwright, Janet Bailey, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, and Jennifer Hughes, Office Manager .

The Boston Cyberarts Board of Directors

George Fifield, Director
Director, Boston Cyberarts, Inc.

Kevin Cavanaugh, Clerk
VP of Development for Domino Software Products, IBM

Richard Anders
Managing Director, Rubin / Anders Scientific, Inc.

Grace Colby
Design Technology Advisor

Maura Fitzgerald
Entrepreneur and former founder & CEO of FitzGerald Communications LLC.

Abigail Ross Goodman
Co-Director/Curator, Judi Rotenberg Gallery

Pattie Maes
Associate Professor of Media Technology, MIT Media Laboratory

David Newbold
Distinguished Engineer, IBM

Geoffrey Pingree

James M. Utterback
David J. McGrath jr (1959) Professor of Management and Innovation and Professor of Engineering Systems at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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