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Sunday, February 15 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Love & Rejection & Brunch

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Join the curators Sunday morning for a critical look at the games of Indiecade East's 2015 "Love & Rejection" and "Horizons" exhibits. We'll explore the narrative of the exhibit and examine how these games leverage the power of the medium to model and create human experiences. With Jason Eppink, Celia Pearce, Toni Pizza, and Jamey C. Shafer.

*Brunch not actually served

Speakers
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Jason Eppink

Curator of Digital Media, Museum of the Moving Image
Jason Eppink is the Curator of Digital Media at Museum of the Moving Image in New York City.
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Celia Pearce

Celia Pearce is co-founder and Festival Chair for IndieCade, and considered a leader in the area of gender and games. She was co-founder of Ludica, a woman’s game collective, which has written several influential papers on the topic of women in games. She is also the co-curator of XYZ: Alternative Voices in Game Design, the first-ever exhibition devoted to the contribution of women to game development. She also has a “day gig&rdquo... Read More →
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Toni Pizza

Toni Pizza is a recent graduate of the NYU Game Center’s MFA program. She’s a game designer, educator, and community organizer interested in the intersection of games, play, community, and representation. Over the past two years she has helped organize the Different Games Conference and the Lost Levels Unconference. Her most recent playful projects include Sunburn!, part of the inagural NYU Game Center Incubator, and Little... Read More →
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Jamey C. Shafer

IndieCade East Festival Chair
Jamey C. Shafer is "somebody who is obsessed by making." A filmmaker and game designer, he works primarily in transmedia with an emphasis on storytelling and live events. His games have twice been featured at IndieCade. He was previously the executive director of the not-for-profit MoPicTive, a digital storytelling community that originated as the NYC Final Cut Pro Users’ Group. Jamey also causes scenes of chaos and joy, staging elaborate... Read More →


Sunday February 15, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Redstone Theater First Floor

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