Video Game Museum Looking to Expand: The MADE Kickstarter Part 2
Remember the Kickstarter for The MADE (Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment)? It was one of the first big Kickstarters and a pretty big deal for those of us who know games are more than pixels colliding, but represent a savvy, certain kind of culture, captured in polygon pictures that allow players to talk about simulated adventure stories using “I” instead of a character’s name.
Let’s not get too high art here though! What makes The MADE special is it’s emphasis on helping to expand gamer culture by previously offering free programming lessons and “playable exhibitions of historically significant” games. These are the guys that helped relaunch the first digital MMO, The Habitat.
And now The MADE Kickstarter has a sequel to help them expand. If you’d like to help support the arts of our digital generation (maybe for the second time), you can check out their latest Kickstarter as they try to move into a bigger and better location (still in Oakland, California).