Highlighting the Work of Emerging ArtistsThe following are a selection from over ten years of directing and curating public arts events in New York City. They range from small events focused on supporting local or digital communities to large exhibitions with hundreds in attendance.
NYU Game Center Showcase
The annual NYU Game Center Showcase highlights the daring and innovative work of its students. The event features over 100 projects ranging from one-week experiments to year-long thesis and capstone projects. Games that have debuted at the showcase have gone on to receive critical and commercial success, winning major awards and showing in festivals across the world.
Anything But GamesAnything But Games is a monthly game-free open mic featuring four short talks followed by a Q&A session. The event showcases the diverse intellectual backgrounds and life experiences of the NYU Game Center's students, faculty, alumni, and staff. It serves as a friendly break for students from the demands of coursework and a networking opportunity for alumni.
Spider-Man Can’t Drive for Shit
Attempts to Categorize Everything
The Mother of All Demos
Experiences in Black Fraternities
The Joys of Military-Industrial Food
Cryptography and Steganography
Collaborative PoetryLife Aboard a Nuclear Submarine
How to Hire Medieval Mercenaries
Korean New Wave Cinema
Fountain Pen Basics