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February 17, 2016

Moore College to host panel discussion with women game artists

These women are game changers

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Game Changers: Women Making Games Moore College of Art and Design/for PhillyVoice

Moore College of Art and Design will host a panel discussion featuring a dynamic roster of women game artists. Alison Carrier, moderator on the panel, poses here.

Moore College of Art & Design, the first and only visual arts college for women in the nation, will host a panel discussion exploring the role of women in the game art industry. 

There will be four speakers during the event 'Game Changers: Women Making Games' on Feb. 25. Each woman will draw from her own experiences during the presentation. 

After the panelists speak, there will be a meet-and-greet opportunity for guests.

Alison Carrier, a UI/UX Designer for Red Crow Austin, a mobile game studio created by Electronic Arts, will moderate the discussion about the future of the industry. The other panelists will include: Nicole Kline, an analog game designer, writer and editor, Amanda Renfroe, a production manager and 3D character animator and Kat Webster, a 3D character artist currently working at BioWare on "Star Wars: The Old Republic."

The event is free but does require registration


Game Changers: Women Making Games

Thursday, Feb. 25
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. | Free
Moore College of Art & Design
1916 Race St.
(215) 965-4000

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