The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment is Oakland’s Video Game Museum. Known simply as “The MADE,” we host free programming classes for kids, playable exhibitions of historically significant works, lectures, tournaments, game development parties and community events. The MADE is a non-profit, 501c3, dedicated to the preservation of videogame history, and to educating the public as to how videogames are created.
We are also dedicated to the heralding of videogames as an artistic medium. We support developers and artists in their work with co-working Tuesdays starting at 1 PM, and events which bring the public into closer interaction with the game development and testing processes.
Our goal is to inspire the next generation of game developers.
Everything below is from our original “About Us” and was written in a manner consistent with what is required by the IRS and State governmental agencies. In other words: below is the official mumbo-jumbo talk about what the MADE is.
The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) is a center and museum dedicated to activities that engage participants with all forms of digital art and entertainment. EIN# 26-4570976 Our core goals are as follows:
A. The preservation of historic artistic works in the digital media.
B. The education of the public in the process of creation for digital works of art and video games.
C. The exhibition and curation of individual artists and creators, their works, and their biographies.
D. All exhibits should be playable: games are to be played, not viewed from afar or watched on video.
Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.