BANGOR MUSEUM OF WEBISM
(logo being designed)
 Main Street, Bangor, Maine, USA

-Global Art of the World Wide Web


Facade, 1986, oil on canvas, 6'x4', Amiga 1000, Deluxe Paint I (Electronic Arts), Pygoya



Director's Statement
Artist's Journal

 

The 1st museum dedicated to exhibiting art of the World Wide Web

Permanent Collections-

  The Webists Gallery - 2nd flr.
   Other Internet Groups Gallery - 2nd flr.
   Pygoya Gallery I - 1985-1999 - 3rd flr.
   Pygoya Gallery II - 2000-Present - 4th flr.
   Bangor Art Society Gallery - 2nd flr.

Featured Exhibitions

   Invited Artists:

lst exhibit- "The Lane to Maine," Ingrid Dohle Kamerbeek, Bavaria, Germany

Special Events Schedule - lectures, demonstrations, social events


postcard from the past   alternative sites

 

HOURS OF OPERATION:
ONLINE GIFT SHOP & CATALOG:
MUSEUM CAFE & GIFT SHOP:

Contact:
History:
How to get to Bangor, Maine: map
Affiliated institutions:
Online Archival Documentation of Exhibition and Events:
Publications:
Board of Directors:
Inner Circle - Patrons of the Museum; by invitation only preview openings with the artist(s)

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Historic Pixelism Painting - Assembly, Pygoya, 1987, 130,000 painted 4x4mm "pixels" by hand, 11'x6', oil on canvas

 

 

Online Complements/Affiliations-

 - MuseumOfWebism.com
 - Webist Communication Center
 - Founding Sites-
      ArtIngrid.de - Ingrid Kamerbeek, Bavaria, Germany, founder, Coordinator
      Pygoya Museum - Rodney Chang, MA, MSEd, PhD, Honolulu, Hawaii, founder
Member Web sites
Manifesto
-  Sponsoring site - Truly Virtual Web Art Museum
-  Affiliate virtual museum - MODA - Museum of Digital Art, Mexico

-  Museum/gallery - preliminary planning
History of Dr. Chang's exploration of digital art, internet art, art psychology, &  museum    inspiration

Biographical Information of Rodney Chang , including life's other major projects

Upcoming new site -

- LastPlaceGallery.com - the online art shopping catalog of the Bangor Museum of Webism

Pygoya collection of Stephen King writings