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War Games: Tactical Media exhibition opening

Curated by CWRU Art Studio faculty Kerry Richardson + Steve Ciampaglia. The War Games: Tactical Media exhibition surveys the longstanding and tangled relationship between videogames and the US military. Explore this history through an extensive media archive and play military-themed videogames including the latest entry in the blockbuster Call of Duty franchise and Discharged, an artist-made game that critiques the US military’s use of videogames to recruit teens. Exhibition is intended for mature audiences; viewer discretion is advised.

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    Richey Mixon Building, 1st Foor, 1201 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland East Side/University Circle/Little Italy


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