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Saturday, April 30 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Arts Funding for Indies

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This panel brings in experts from funding agencies in both the US and Canada to discuss arts funding for game creators. Our goal is to help the IndieCade community identify pathways to economic sustainability within a fine arts context through a review of possible resources and strategies of funding.

Moderators
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Celia Pearce

Festival Chair, IndieCade
Celia Pearce is a game designer, artist, curator, scholar, author, teacher and  | serial instigator. She has a “day gig” as an Associate Professor of Game Studies  | at Northeastern University in Boston, where she helped launch their BFA in  | Games. She has authored, co-authored or co-edited four books, including  | Communities of Play, as well as numerous papers and book chapters. Her  | games have been... Read More →

Speakers
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Anya Combs

Games Outreach Lead, Kickstarter
Kickstarter loves games!
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Mark Haslam

Media Arts Officer, Ontario Arts Council
Mark Haslam is the Media Arts Officer at the Ontario Arts Council. Previously, he was the founder and Executive Director of the Planet in Focus: International Environmental Film and Video Festival; produced and directed for three documentary series - on human affairs, the arts, and the environment - at Vision TV; and guest edited the millennium edition of Trikone Magazine, a San Francisco-based queer publication. He is a... Read More →
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Dylan McKenzie

Incubator Director, NYU Game Center
Dylan McKenzie is a game developer, teacher, and community organizer living in New York City. He is the Incubator Director and Program Coordinator of the NYU Game Center. His work has been shown at important institutions ranging from the Smithsonian American Art Museum to the Brooklyn Brewery. Dylan is most interested in games' capabilities of expression, entertainment, and self-discovery.


Saturday April 30, 2016 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Bartos Screening Room

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