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Can Artful Video Games Enhance Your Gaming Experience?

Do Now | June 25, 2013 | 23 Comments

Can Artful Video Games Enhance Your Gaming Experience?

Even if you’re not a dedicated gamer, you’ve probably interacted with video games at some point in recent years. In early 2013, the Museum of Modern Art’s Architecture and Design collection acquired 14 video games including classics like Pac-Man and Tetris. Senior curator at the museum, Paola Antonelli shared in a Ted Talk that the acquisition, “caused hows of outrage to echo through the museum’s hallowed halls, as aggrieved critics tore out their hair at the disrespect implicitly being show to artistic heroes such as Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh.”

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Do Now Round Up: Video Game Violence (from students at Berkeley High School)

Do Now Round-Ups | January 29, 2013 | 1 Comment

Do Now Round Up: Video Game Violence (from students at Berkeley High School)

This week’s Do Now Round Up focuses on one particular Storify project from Berkeley High School’s Arts & Humanities Academy Fall 2012 Senior Interdisciplinary Project. For their final papers, students were assigned to explore the multiple narratives surrounding a variety of socio-political issues, with particular attention to how these narratives are developed, articulated, and perpetuated. […]

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