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At the  recent annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, from January 23rd and 26th, Mary Flanagan offered her thought leadership on panels, dinners, and gave a presentation on games for impact. The panel "Putting Jobs Out of Work" had an excellent...

UPDATE: Position has been filled. Thanks to all who applied! We are looking for a full stack developer to create a small mobile application that can capture, process, and display images. The software is to run in a standalone setting— the main reason for mobile is...

March is a time of many talks! Tiltfactor director Mary Flanagan spoke at the History and Theory of New Media Lecture Series at the University of California Berkeley. The audience represented those interested in art, dance, post colonial studies, gender studies, game design, and even peace...

This week is the Digital Arts Exhibition at Dartmouth! All week long FAB(rication) Lab has been going on in the Hopkins center with students and visitors learning about programming, animation,  and many other subjects that combine art and technology! Tomorrow (Thursday, May 9th) from 7pm to...

Whether or not you believe games (digital or analog) are a form of art, it is undeniable that there is a huge artistic culture around and in the gaming world. Without jumping into the games as art debate, I would like to state that I do...

We have a great talk on campus this Friday! Friday, 19th October 2012 4-5:30PM Photography, Plugged and Unplugged Dominic McIver Lopes Haldeman 041, with reception to follow From the moment of its invention, photography has been viewed as the contrary of drawing, with profound consequences for the epistemology and aesthetics...

What a busy summer at the Tiltfactor Laboratory! As we have been preparing for GenCon and working on our games, we also spent some time at the AVA Gallery in Lebanon, NH hosting a Gamecrafting Workshop for local youth. We had a wonderful week getting...

(PDF version here) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: contact@tiltfactor.org 603.646.1007 Dr. Mary Flanagan, director of Tiltfactor Laboratory and Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities at Dartmouth College, will deliver several talks this summer and fall on such topics as critical play, games as an art form, and games as a...