[Air-L] Fwd: Register for The Art History of Games symposium and exhibition
consalvo at ohio.edu
Mon Jan 11 10:25:14 PST 2010
Apologies for cross-posting-- this should be a great event.
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From: Ian Bogost <ian.bogost at lcc.gatech.edu>
Date: Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 11:55 AM
Subject: Register for The Art History of Games symposium and exhibition
To: Mia Consalvo <consalvo at ohio.edu>
Register now for The Art History of Games, a symposium and exhibition
jointly organized by SCAD Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology!
February 4-6, 2010
Rich Auditorium at the High Museum of Art
1280 Peachtree St N.E., Atlanta GA 30308
Register at: http://arthistoryofgames.com/registration
The Art History of Games is a three-day public symposium that will provide a
venue for artists, scholars and game developers to discuss games as a form
of art as well as set the path for conversations going forward.
John Romero, designer of Doom and co-founder of Gazillion Entertainment
Christiane Paul, New School professor and Whitney Museum adjunct curator
Jesper Juul, author of A Casual Revolution
Brenda Brathwaite, creator of Vanguard Award-winning Train
Frank Lantz, designer of Drop7 and Parking Wars
Attendees are also invited to attend the premiere of three commissioned art
games by Jason Rohrer, Tale of Tales, and Nathalie Pozzi and Eric Zimmerman,
at Kai Lin Art (800 Peachtree St. N.E.).
Early registration ends Thusday, January 14: $15 for SCAD and Georgia Tech
students, $25 for academics and students from other institutions, and $40
for the general public.
Register at: http://www.arthistoryofgames.com/registration
For more information, please visit http://www.arthistoryofgames.com or
contact arthistoryofgames at scad.edu.
(please forward/repost; apologies for cross-posting)
Ian Bogost, Ph.D.
School of Literature, Communication, and Culture
The Georgia Institute of Technology
686 Cherry St.
Atlanta, GA 30332-0165
+1 (404) 894-1160
ian.bogost at lcc.gatech.edu
Mia Consalvo, Ph.D.
Visiting Associate Professor
Comparative Media Studies
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue, Building 14N-226
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
consalvo at mit.edu
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