Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) Announces The History of 3D in Games Exhibition

The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) presents it’s first exhibition The History of 3D in Games an exhibition open on December 3, from 10 am to 5 pm.

Alex writing on the museum’s blog said: “Our first exhibit will be called “The History of 3D in Games.” That encompasses an awful lot of games, and we’ve been having a grand old time discussing the games to be exhibited. The final list will be set in stone shortly. Before we could solidify that list, however, we had to do two things: throw a party for our donors, and acquire the systems we’d need.”

The MADE is a center and museum dedicated to activities that engage participants with all forms of digital art and entertainment. The MADE will be open on an event-basis until the end of the year. The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) will strive to elevate the work of thousands to a level at which it can be fully appreciated on the broad scale. The museum’s primary purpose will be to educate the public about the artistry, craftsmanship and inspiration that go into the creation of videogames and digital works of art, such as programatic visual/audio demonstrations.

More information: http://themade.org/

Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment
610 16th St. Suite 230, Oakland CA 94612

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