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Artful Design TV: COVID-19 Edition

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
online

Artful Design TV (COVID-19 Edition) is an online, multi-format weekly series encompassing artful design, music, coding, and making with helpings of history and philosophy, as well as life check-ins for participants. No experience is needed; it's free, and all are welcome. Artful Design TV is hosted by Ge Wang, Stanford Music professor (Ph.D., Computer Science), as well as a designer, engineer, artist, and co-founder of Smule, maker of the award-winning Ocarina for iPhone.

This week's episode: "Games, Gaming, and Game Design"
Kunwoo Kim and Ge Wang will unpack the notion of play and the design of video games and toys. This kicks off a new ongoing game design thread: Can games do more than entertain? Can video games be Art? What does it mean to design them artfully? Whether you play video games or not, join us for a mind-meld about one of the most pervasive mediums on the planet, from blockbuster titles to the current golden age of indie games, as well as music-based games and toys.

Please register, and then tune in every Wednesday 1 PM (PDT). You can catch up on previous episodes here.

Event Sponsor: 
Department of Music, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Contact Email: 
ge@ccrma.stanford.edu
Event Type: 
Workshop
Performers Type: 
Faculty Performers
Student Performers
Guest Artists
Community Performers
Genre: 
Electronic
Academic Quarter: 
Summer 2020