New Show! Craft & Punishment Opens Jan 31

Craft and Punishment

Craft & Punishment
The Art and Craft in Game Design
Presented by Learn to Play

Craft & Punishment, a new show from the creators of Learn to Play, asks the questions: Is there a dialog between art and craft in game design? Where does such a distinction lead? Is digital pain the new pleasure?

Indi-game designer and critic, Anna Anthropy, creator of Mighty Jill Off, will be giving an artist talk as part of this evening’s reception

Exhibiting Artists:
Gaijin Games, Ian Bogost, Anna Anthropy, Jason Rohrer, Amon 26, Michael “Kayin” O’Reilly, Mark Essen, Paul Robertson, Arnt Jensen /w Playdead Games, Terry Cavanagh, Jonathan Blow, Jennifer Lau, Jonatan Söderström

Exhibition Dates
Jan 31 – Feb 24, 2011

Regular Gallery Hours
Mon -Thur, 10:30am – 2:30pm

Reception
Tue Feb 15, 5pm – 7:30pm
Evergreen Valley College Art Gallery
Visiting Artist: Anna Anthropy

Facebook Event

Evergreen Valley College Art Gallery
3095 Yerba Buena Road
San Jose, CA

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