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Submitted by FSThree 1369d ago | news

Smithsonian calls for video game art

The Smithsonian has created a Flikr group for gamers to submit their art, which will be included in their upcoming The Art of Video Games exhibit in 2012. (Arcade, Casual games, Flower, GameCube, Industry, Pac-Man, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360)

Titanz  +   1369d ago
Of course it is!
Glad it's being acknowledged.
rumplstilts  +   1369d ago
Maybe read the article. You seem to think that the Smithsonian is saying video-games are art.
Blaine  +   1369d ago
I hope they're going to have a strong emphasis on Concept Art--you know, the *actual* art behind the video games--rather than fan art.

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