Join us on March 28th from 6pm to 9:30pm at Lincoln Center for an evening that explores the intersection of story and play. Nick Fortugno (co-founder Playmatics and world-renowned game designer) and Lance Weiler (storyteller and director of the Columbia University Digital Storytelling Lab) will hold a fireside chat on the art and craft of narrative play - an exploration into collaborative forms of story and the play spaces that nurture them.
Then stick around for a special Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things session. Step into a global storytelling experiment with over 1,200 collaborators from 60+ countries. This is a hands-on session with new technology and also an opportunity to co-create a special experience that will premiere in the Convergence section of the New York Film Festival later this fall. Together we'll re-imagine the work of Arthur Conan Doyle as we transform Lincoln Center into a massive connected crime scene for a live audience.
The event is FREE.
Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things is a prototype from the Digital Storytelling Lab (http://digitalstorytellinglab.com) at Columbia University School of the Arts. We're pleased to be partnering with the Film Society of Lincoln Center (https://www.filmlinc.org/) on this exciting year-long program. For more info please visit http://sherlockholmes.io