In a statement, Vimeo said it has launched the new Vimeo Art Gallery in New York, a curated art space for digital artists.
The gallery will be open to the public for six months and offer a number of events including screenings, exhibitions, private shows and public events.
“The Vimeo art gallery will create a unique space that allows artists to create and share their work across multiple mediums, including video, print, audio and in-person.
The Vimeo gallery will allow artists to showcase their work and promote their work with the wider public, and allow them to collaborate with a wide range of collaborators,” the statement said.
“The gallery will also be a space for collaborative and collaborative creative development, where artists can collaborate with designers and creatives in a safe, safe space, and share ideas and work with one another to create a stronger, more vibrant future.”
Vimeo, which was founded in 2007 by three friends and has since expanded to more than 10 million users, announced last month that it will shut down in 2018 after 30 years in business.
Its founder and CEO, Reed Hastings, has also said that the company is shutting down in 2017.
Last month, Hastings told The New York Times that Vimeo had become “a money-making business” that made no sense.