As part of the IndieCade Festival, taking place at Santa Monica College Center for Media and Design October 12-13, Professor Angela Washko will speak about her project “The Game: The Game.”
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In a new interview with the New Learning Times, Professor Washko speaks about her educational background, pedagogical outlook, and current work.
“Angela Washko: Poking the Hive,” on view at George Mason University through October 5, is an exhibition of Professor Washko’s video works and video gaming interventions.
The 15th edition of “Games for Change” presents panels, talks, and workshops around emerging sectors in the impact games field
Professor Angela Washko’s project was featured in Harper’s Magazine and in Pittsburgh City Paper.
Professor Angela Washko’s solo exhibition of “The Game: The Game” at the Museum of the Moving Image was written about in the New Yorker, BOMB Magazine, Vice: Broadly, and Kotaku.
“States of Play: Roleplay Reality” steps inside the complex, contemporary landscape of video games. A collection of works (from a diverse range of practices and voices) focus on the use of roleplay within gaming, and the unique ability of this particular media to merge the real and the unreal.
Professor Angela Washko speak on panel titled “The Web as Political Space” and Professor Maria Elena Versari co-organized and is the co-chair of the panel “’68 and After: Art and Political Engagement in Europe.”
“PlayTime” is the first major thematic exhibition to survey the rapidly evolving role of play in contemporary art and culture.
This exhibition takes a critical look into issues of feminist embodiment through technology, the ethics of the archive and preservation, and the Internet as a tenuous site of interaction, research, and discord.