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Visit the Festival website for a complete list of this year's keynotes, speakers, and programming: http://www.gamesforchange.org/festival2013/
The Games for Change Festival is the largest gaming event in New York City and the leading international event uniting "games for change" creators with those interested in accessing the positive social impact of games.
With a move to our new venue for the 10th Anniversary, it will all take place under one roof.
Registration includes access across all three days to the following:
- Talks, Games, Presentations, Demos and Workshops
- Game Arcade and "The Marketplace"
- 10th Anniversary Celebration on Tuesday, June 18th
- Demo Spotlight, Games for Change Awards and programming produced in collaboration with partners such as the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and the Tribeca Film Institute
Programming runs daily from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Venue will be open from 9:00 am – 6:30 pm daily for socializing and checking out the games.
Previous Attendees (select list):
From the game industry – Electronic Arts, Entertainment Software Association, Gamasutra, Kill Screen, Maxis, Microsoft, Naughty Dog, Schell Games, Sony, thatgamecompany, Valve, Warner Bros, Zynga.org
From media companies – ABC News, Channel 4, Facebook, Fast Company, Mashable, MTV Networks, National Geographic, The New York Times, PBS, Scholastic
From philanthrophy and funding community – Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Knight Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Science Foundation, Pearson Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Union Square Ventures
From academia and government – Arizona State University, Carnegie Mellon, Georgia Institute of Technology, Harvard Berkman Center, MIT Media Lab, New York University, Parsons New School for Design, University of Southern California, US State Department, USAID, US Department of Education, UN World Food Programme
From non-profits, NGO community and media arts – American Museum of the Moving Image, American Museum of Natural History, Boys and Girls Club, California Academy of Sciences, HopeLab, Smithsonian, TATE, United Nations
To see previous festivals, visit http://gamesforchange.org/festival2012.