Gaming exhibition to start in Melbourne
June 17, 2012 by Robyn
Gamers will need to do their thumb exercises and get their fingers pumped, as an exhibition is coming to ACMI this winter which is not to be missed. The Game Masters exhibition is set to celebrate the worlds of the most ingenious game designers, featuring over 125 playable games.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is located at the trendy Federation Square, Melbourne and has a reputation for hosting some of the most incredible exhibitions, such displays of Tim Burton’s artwork and even a Disney exhibition.
For four months this year, over the chill winter, they will be showcasing the work of over 30 game designers across multiple platforms, including the iconic Mario and Link games from Nintendo and the action-fuelled Metal Gear Solid games.
With images and symbols already created for them, the organisers should have no trouble getting print companies to manage poster printing, banner printing and flyer printing which will be eye-catching and crowd-pulling. Printing companies can also expect to provide other printing services such as catalog printing for the events programs and perhaps brochure printing to reveal some of the incredible stories behind these beloved games.
The exhibition will be open every day from Thursday, June 28 through to Sunday, October 28, with extended opening hours on Thursdays and Fridays. Tickets range from $22 to $11, with special deals for groups, families, schools and multiple passes.
Tickets can be bought online at ACMI’s website, where you can also view a trailer for the exhibition.