Like all good things, Game Show NYC has come to a close... Thanks to all the artists, to the great staff at Macy Gallery, and to all of you who visited and came to play. Till next time at Game Show X...
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
A final set (for now) of pictures from the gallery reception.
A packed house throughout the evening
Bree Westphal thinks through her move in Amery Kessler's Mirror Chess
Playing Elephant in the Relationship
Results of many plays of Elephant in the Relationship
Kat Schneck and nephew contribute to Jon Horvath's piece
Andy Malone helps explain Meander
Philip Noble trying to keep his bubble moving...
a visitor contemplates Megan Klim's Meaningless Game...
Some happy faces at the reception...
Arnold and Crystle Martin
Artist Diane Rosen and husband Peter
Julie Newdoll with her game Journey to Neon
Artist Mike Richison explores Andy Malone's Nexus with friend Marina
Philip Noble sets a bubble safari in motion!
More pictures from the packed and fun-filled gallery reception...
Jeff and Max Kupperman work with Arnold Martin's mini-SOMA cubes
Bree Westphal takes an attendee through her game Inner Critic
Conference organizer extraordinaire - Chrissy - plays with blocks
Deep thinking on Andy Malone's x/+
Building on Carol Cook Reid's Pathway Patterns
James Taylor's Gentlemen of the South Sandwiche Islands gets some play
Friday, June 27 saw the gallery reception for Game Show NYC - and a packed affair. People playing, laughing, blowing bubbles, and interacting with art and one another all night. A good time was held by all - hidden away in TC's Macy Gallery.
Opening night festivities take over Macy Gallery
Dr. Joey Lee explains his gamification cards to attendees
Co-curator and artist Andy Malone explains his game Meander to attendees
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Join the artists and organizers to celebrate with a reception for Game Show NYC - 5 to 8 pm at Macy Gallery in Teachers College. TC is on 120th between Broadway and Amsterdam - there is a single main entrance on 120th - come through security - ask directions or look for signs directing people to Macy Gallery on the Fourth Floor of Macy Hall. Free and open to the public. Come out and play!
Microsoft Research's Don Brinkman and co, check out Andrew Moskalik's "Bounce"
Brinkman prepares for Liz Zacharia's "Thinking Cap"...
Sunday, May 22, 2011
With the reception less than a week away - things are continuing to grow in the gallery...
Carol Cook Reid builds on her "Pathway Patterns"
Jonathan Clyde Frey's crossword puzzle "social structures" is visible through Amery Kessler's glass chess/checker boards.
A familiar face to Teachers College art ed students drops in to play with patterns...