Busy Week: CMU, Seton Hill, Tufts, Alpha One Labs

Posted: September 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Interactive Fiction, production | 1 Comment »

Greetings from a wedding up near Woodstock, NY. The rain has been falling, the landscape is beautiful, and mobile phones absolutely don’t work at all.

Luckily there’s a satellite link for internet and here I am. After this lull (during which I need to mail out a huge amount of orders), I have showings pretty much all next week. Here’s some details on them.

CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY, PITTSBURGH, PA, OCTOBER 4, 5PM

I have a showing at 5pm. My appearance is sponsored by the School of Computer Science, the Game Creation Society and CMU Computer Club and will be at Rashid Auditorium, Gates&Hillman Centers 4401, at 5pm.

SETON HILL UNIVERSITY, GREENSBURG, PA, OCTOBER 5, 7PM

After sitting in for some classes with Dennis Jerz from the film, there’ll be a showing that evening at 7pm. Details galore from this press release from Seton Hill: “Scott will present Get Lamp, a documentary on word-driven computer games in Seton Hill University’s Media Sphere, which is located behind Cecilian Hall in the Administration Building on the University’s hilltop campus. This event is open to the public and there is no fee to attend.”

TUFTS UNIVERSITY, MEDFORD, MA, OCTOBER 6, 7:30PM

Tufts is doing this awesome Interactive Fiction Month for October 2010, and I’m one of the events. I’ll be at the Tisch AV Room 304, along with Nick Montfort and Andrew Plotkin from the film. There’s all sorts of crazy cool presentations for the month, so check those out.

ALPHA ONE LABS, BROOKLYN, NY, OCTOBER 7, 7PM

An excellent hackerspace in Brooklyn, Alpha One labs is having a showing of my film on October 7th at 7pm. You need to get a free ticket to show up, so go to the page to get your information and ticket.

Man, maybe I need an opening act.


One Comment on “Busy Week: CMU, Seton Hill, Tufts, Alpha One Labs”

  1. 1 Drew Wallner said at 10:34 am on October 2nd, 2010:

    Hey Jason, just saw this post…do you want a free place to crash in Pittsburgh? I’m guessing the CMU folks have probably put you up somewhere but if not let us know. Our condo is an easy short walk from CMU campus. Excited to hear about the screening, is it open to the public or just CMU students?


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