HEY PHILADELPHIA: VISIT THE PUNK ARCADE THIS FRIDAY AT LITTLE BERLIN
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This Friday, Philadelphia art gallery Little Berlin will be hosting the opening of their Punk Arcade exhibition, a new “alternative arcade” initiative meant to travel and expose a number of locales to the new underground of indie game creators.
Curated by Sarah Brin & Lee Tusman, the Little Berlin arcade will include: Anna Anthropy’s Keep Me Occupied (originally part of RPM Collective’s mobile Oak-U-Tron 201X cabinet), Lindsay Grace’s Big Huggin’ (pictured below), JW Nijman’s Tennnes, Ryan and Cassie Creighton’s Sissy’s Magical Ponycorn Adventure, Hannah Epstein’s The Immoral Ms. Panic, Messhof’s Jetpack Basketball, and Increpare’s Can You Jump It 3D, pictured in its new cardboard home at top.
In addition to the arcade opening, starting Friday, October 5th, from 6PM to midnight at Little Berlin’s 2430 Coral Street location (continuing each subsequent Saturday to the end of the month), the gallery will also be hosting a Glorious Trainwrecks workshop on October 20th from 2-4PM, where attendees can make their first games in under two hours using MIT’s game-maker Scratch.
RSVP for the opening via Little Berlin’s Facebook event, and visit their website & the official Punk Arcade tumblr for more information.
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