Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Posted by Gary Greenblatt at 12:54 PM
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
The Producers Guild of America New Media Council East
and the New York Television Festival
New York Television Festival
Invite you to
Autumn in New York Cocktail Reception
Wednesday, September 22nd
54 Varick Street
YOU MUST BE A QUALIFY PGA MEMBER TO ATTEND EVENT
For information on becoming a PGA MEMBER please go to Producer's Guild of America Website
Wine provided by Terra Fossil Terra Fossil
Beer provided by Stella Artois Stella Artois
Join industry colleagues and PGA members as we celebrate the new season in New York, the New York TV Festival, and the autumnal equinox*
*the autumnal equinox is officially at 11:09 pm EST on 09/22/10
Posted by PGANMC at 8:12 AM
Friday, April 30, 2010
Posted by Gary Greenblatt at 5:04 PM
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
The PGA New Media Council East Presents
GAMES FOR CHANGE: PRODUCING TRANSFORMATIONAL VIDEOGAMES
Monday, May 3, 2010 at 7:00pm
This Event Is Open To Everyone.
Theresa Lang Auditorium
The New School
55 West 13th St. at 6th Ave.
The Games for Change movement – spurred by the growth in ‘Serious Games’ and intelligent conflict-resolution games – is now a full-fledged subgenre that has backing from the United Nations and other international bodies. Games for Change – or G4C – is a movement and community of practice dedicated to using videogames for social change. Games for Change is also the name for the non-profit organization which builds a support framework and shared resources for individuals and organizations using digital games for social change.
This session will include some of the leaders in the Games for Change movement, who will demonstrate some of their works, as well as discuss how G4C producers can join in with a growing community of online, console, and mobile developers for the next generation of progressive videogame creativity.
Asi Burak, executive producer, Games for Change
Eric Zimmerman, independent game developer (and founder, GameLab)
David Martz, Vice President of Business Development, Muzzy Lane
Panel moderated by Chris Pfaff, Chapter Chairman, PGA New Media Council East
Wine and refreshments will be provided.
-RSVP by visiting pganmceast2.eventbrite.com
Posted by Gary Greenblatt at 1:21 PM