Image of college students standing and playing video games on a big screen.


Date: March 1, 2022 - December 22, 2022


MSU Museum - The Sandbox
409 West Circle Drive
East Lansing, MI 48824

The inaugural exhibit in The Sandbox gallery spotlights a small sample of the innovative work developed by faculty and students in the acclaimed Games for Entertainment and Learning (GEL Lab) at MSU. The GEL Lab seeks to “design innovative prototypes, techniques, and complete games for entertainment and learning and to advance state of the art knowledge about social and individual effects of digital games.” In the “Gameplay” exhibit, MSU Museum visitors are invited to explore and enjoy games created by faculty and students in the GEL Lab, and to contemplate the impact of video games on our society.

“Games have had a huge impact on the evolution of humankind and become important cultural artifacts. It is wonderful that the MSU Museum recognizes this, and it is an honor that they are showcasing our set of games to their patrons,” remarked Brian Winn, Professor and Director of the Games for Entertainment and Learning Lab.

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