May 29th 2012
May 4th 2012
The Hold, a new video game by RUST LTD., won the People’s Choice: Best in Show Award at Game Fest 2012 this past Saturday. RUST LTD. is a game design collective founded by Media Study M.F.A. candidate Luke Noonan with SUNY Buffalo alumni Anton Hand, Adam Liszkiewicz, and Lucas Miller. The Hold is a first-person 3D puzzle platformer that takes place inside of a massive MC Escher-like spaceship. Users must navigate the absurd space, solve puzzles, shift gravity, and maintain perspective as they try to escape. (Full credits for the game are available here.)
Apr 28th 2011
The University at Buffalo’s Department of Media Study proudly presents a collection of student games created during the Spring semester of this year under the guidance of Josephine Anstey and Luke Noonan. This year students in the Virtual Worlds class are showcasing their video games. People will get the chance to meet the designers and play the games.
This event coincides with the department’s Student show, which provides free food and sustenance to those in attendance.
Come play some games and have a little fun with us!
For more information on the featured games, descriptions, and screenshots please visit:
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Oct 26th 2010
Image: Francesca Koerner, Into the Vortex, 2008
The Carroll Gallery presents:
ADJUNCT + 1
An exhibition of Tulane adjunct faculty plus one artist selected by each
Exhibiting Artists – Adjunct Faculty:
Plus their invited artists:
O. Rufus Lovett
Lev Manovich ,
For more information, please contact: Laura Richens, Curator for the Carroll Gallery at http://carrollgallery.tulane.edu/contact.htm
Sep 23rd 2010
A curatorial collaboration of twelve regional museums and galleries, Beyond/In Western New York 2010: Alternating Currents is a contemporary, multi-venue arts exhibition. It will present the work of outstanding artists from Western New York and Southern Ontario, Northeastern Ohio and Northwestern Pennsylvania and for the first time, feature the work of artists from outside the region, blurring the local with the global and challenging the assumptions of what these distinctions mean today, when all artists are both.
Beyond/In kicks off this evening, Thursday, September 23, 2010 with a high-wire walk at the Liberty Building by reknown French tight-rope walker, Didier Pasquette.
Featuring the participation of many artists affiliated with the Department of Media Study including: Josephine Anstey, Jordan Dalton, Elyse Harzynski, Barbara Lattanzi, Carl Lee, Luke Noonan, Dave Pape, Cayden Mak, Brian Milbrand, Geoffrey Alan Rhodes, Anna Scime, Mark Shepard, Jessica Thompson, members of virocode and more.
Aug 3rd 2010
May 24th 2010
DMS MFA candidates John Luke Noonan and Adam Liszkiewicz have been selected to participate in the Humanities Gaming Institute to be held this summer at the University of South Carolina. More info at humanitiesgaming.sc.edu.
Apr 16th 2010
Join us Tuesday, April 20th, from 6-8 in 232 CFA for a launch party for our new journal: Emerging Language Practices. We will have some refreshments, show some of the work that is included in the inaugural issue and have computers available for you to explore the contents of the issue.
Click on the image above for details, including the names of those whose work is featured in the issue.
More info here: http://epc.buffalo.edu/ezines/elp.html
Oct 5th 2009
People doing strange things with electricity
Dorkbot Buffalo presents:
Thursday, October 8, 2009
7:30pm – 9:30pm @ Sugar City
19 Wadsworth St., Buffalo, NY