Please join us at 6:00pm this Tuesday, February 17th, at the USC School of Cinematic Arts for a discussion about games and play as art and culture. This installment of the Playthink discussion salon will explore virtual reality and how it’s changing our relationship to interactive media.
Featured guests include:
- Nonny de la Peña (Immersive journalist and creator of Use of Force and Hungry in Los Angeles)
- Sam Bass (Design Director at Three One Zero and a designer of Adr1ft)
When: Tuesday, February 17th, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: SCI 201 on the second floor of the School of Cinematic Arts SCI building (3470 McClintock Ave, Los Angeles CA 90089)
Presented by the School of Cinematic Arts’ Game Innovation Lab, Playthink has become a lively nexus of community for USC Games. With the banner line of “games and play as art and culture”, we meet a few times a semester to host wide-ranging, audience-participatory discussions of the history, present and futures of games and interactive media.
Special thanks to Lucas Peterson for the awesome poster design!