Events: 2012

November 11, 2012: Chicago Humanities Festival. I’ll be presenting on Walden, a game.

November 10, 2012: Practice at NYU. I’ll be presenting on Walden, a game at NYU Game Center. Here is an interview, given in preparation for the conference.

November 8, 2012: MIT Purple Blurb and CMS Colloquium. I’ll be presenting on Walden and The Night Journey. Podcast of this talk available here.

September 27, 2013: Aloud at LA Central Library. I’ll be participating on a panel with Sam Roberts and Mark Essen on Playing the Future: How Games are Changing the Way We Live. Podcast of the event here.

September 20, 2012: 5D The City and the Book. I’ll be presenting on Walden, a game at this conference at USC School of Cinematic Arts.

July 26th, 2012: White House, Washington D.C. I’ll be participating in the White House Academic Consortium on Games for Impact.

June 19, 2012: Games for Change, New York. I’ll be presenting a case study of Reality Ends Here with Jeff Watson. Also, the Collegeology team will be presenting a case study of Collegeology Games.

May 21, 2012: Köln International School of Design. I’ll be visiting the University while I’m in town for Clash of Realities, giving two talks titles tbd.

May 17, 2012: IT University Copenhagen. I’ll be visiting the university for several days and giving a talk, title yet to be decided.

May 4, 2012: Smithsonian American Art Museum. I’ll be speaking on a panel called Beyond Play: Game Change with Colleen Macklin, Eric Zimmerman, Mary Flanagan & Richard Lemarchand about games, society and culture. YouTube video here.

March 27, 2012: Arizona State University and Mesa College, Phoenix. I’ll be giving two talks on Provocative Play in Phoenix.

March 11, 2012: SXSW, Austin. I’ll be speaking on a panel about Multiplatform Storytelling: Frontline War Stories with Brian Seth Hurst, Lance Weiler, Tim Kring, Dina Benadon and Jon Chu.

March 5, 2012: Game Developers Conference, San Francisco. I’m on the advisory committee for the Education Summit this year, and will also be speaking on a panel called What is a Research Game? with Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Michael Mateas and Zoran Popovic.

March 2, 2012: Digital Media and Learning, San Francisco. I’m on the conference committee this year, and will be part of a panel called This is Not an Orientation: Gameful Layers for the Freshman Experience. The panel will compare two freshmen ARGs, including our Reality Ends Here game from SCA.

February 21, 2012: Sarah Lawrence College, New York. I’ll be talking on “Provocations in Play: Experimental Designs from the USC Game Innovation Lab.”