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We are inviting the public to attend the final presentations of the work created during the first MIT-Shenkar Meaningful Games Workshop.
Friday, July 31st at 4:30pm in the Kirsch Auditorium (Building 32-123).
The MIT-Shenkar Meaningful Games Workshop is a 6-week workshop where 12 participants from Shankar College of Tel Aviv, Israel worked with 5 undergraduate students from MIT, and staff from both the MIT Game Lab and Shankar’s Game Design program to make meaningful games.
Our teams will present on their games and the process of developing their games. Our presentations will open with words from Professor Yuli Tamir, president of Shenkar College.
The MIT-Shenkar Meaningful Games Workshop was funded thanks to the generous donation of Dr. Avraham and Michal Kadar.