The New York Times’ 360 Degree Video on the BAC Artist Residency Program
29 November 2017

The New York Times has featured the Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) Artist Residency Program in its Daily 360 Video Series. The BAC Residency Program, supported in part by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, enables artists across disciplines to explore and test new material in the BAC’s world-renowned studios, utilizing its state-of-the-art technology, all with the support of the Center’s staff. The program provides open time and space for artists to explore.

The Daily 360 Video Series utilizes technology that enables video to be recorded in a full 360-degrees. Viewers use their mouse to click and drag the screen to explore the various angles of the video. The New York Times publishes a 360 Video on varying topics daily.

The Baryshnikov Arts Center opened in 2005 in New York City aiming to serve as a gathering place for artists of all disciplines. Each year, BAC serves artists and audiences with presentations of work and artist residencies.

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