NYU Game Center Lecture Series Presents Marie Foulston
Marie Foulston is pioneering the curation of videogames for public spaces, from festivals and parties to the world’s grand museums. In 2011 she co-founded the Wild Rumpus party series, which helped inspire a worldwide wave of ‘new arcade’ events, and most recently led the curation of the first major videogame exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London - the world’s oldest and greatest museum of design. Join us as we hear how Marie’s perspective on videogame curation has evolved through her trailblazing work.
Poster art by Joana Neves. Find more of her work here.
Free and open to the public. This talk has a limited capacity, so RSVP to guarantee entrance! If RSVPs are full, there will be a stand-by line for this event beginning at 6:00pm.
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370 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Here’s how to get in the building: The building is currently under construction, so use the temporary entrance on the Northeast corner of the building. It’s located on Jay Street next to the Marriott and across from the National Grid building.
If you’re at Willoughby and Jay, turn around it’s on the opposite corner of the building! If you get to the parking garage or Marriott hotel, you’ve gone too far! There’s a lot of scaffolding still up outside but we are here! Come on in!