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Powerhouse Late: Gaming

Duration: 5–9pm
Finished 1 September 2022
Powerhouse Museum

Presented in partnership with the Game Plus community, Powerhouse Late: Gaming is back by popular demand.

Powerhouse is transformed into a hub for game enthusiasts. Explore and interact with games new and retro, with tabletop gameplay, cosplay, and talks.

TALKS

5.30 pm Evin Donohoe and Steven Medway from Blood on the Clocktower 
6 pm Holly Hawkins from Wargaming Sydney
6.30 pm Nico King from Chaos Theory
7 pm Dwayne Fernandes from Minds at Play
7.40 pm Fireside Chat curated with Game Plus; featuring Kelsey Gamble from League of Geeks, Kitty Grace from PAX AUS, Rueben Moorhouse from No Moss Studios and Edmond Tran from GamesHub, moderated by Curator Chloe Appleby

All talks include AUSLAN interpretation

GAME PLUS DEVELOPERS SHOWCASE

5–9 pm A range of new unreleased games designed and made by local developers in Sydney to be played and tested

 

TABLETOP GAMING ARENA

5–9 pm A series of boardgames provided by Games Paradise, D&D by Curator Nina Earl, Blood on the Clocktower with creator Steven Medway and role playing games presented by Exiles Gaming Club.
5–9 pm Magic: The Gathering brought to you by MagNerds. Learn to play Commander and Standard formats in the Tabletop Arena.

 

UNTITLED GOOSE GAME 

5–9 pm Play recently acquired multiplayer Untitled Goose Game designed by Melbourne game developer House House.

 

RETRO ARCADE

5–9 pm Retro gaming and arcade cabinets including Space Invaders EXTREME

 

COLLECTION DISPLAY

5–9 pm Explore a collection of gaming consoles and objects with highlights from the Powerhouse Collection

 

DJ

7–9 pm Alicia Mayhem
5–7 pm Jadeabella

 

VISUALS

5–9 pm ABC Gamer reel

 

BAR

5–9 pm Bar by Grifter

 

FREE event as part of Powerhouse Late. No bookings required.

Read about the COVID Safe measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe when visiting the museum here.

Find accessibility information here or contact Bookings for access support on (02) 9217 0222 or via email book@maas.museum.

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