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Gaming for All: A Women in Games Celebration of Diversity in Games

Nov

11

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General Admission: $15

Join The Strong and Rochester Institute of Technology for a special evening of big-kid fun celebrating the untold contributions of diverse game makers. The night also includes:

  • Cocktails with the Creators, featuring Brenda Romero and Lisette Titre-Montgomery virtually, 7–8 p.m. EST in the Paychex Theater
  • Access to the museum’s interactive exhibits, including free game play
  • Playable games created by under-represented groups
  • Complimentary “gamer” snacks and beverages
  • A sneak peek at The Strong’s 90,000 square foot expansion
  • Live Music by Glitch Video Game Band

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The team at The Strong is committed to protecting the safety and health of our guests, staff, and partners by following CDC, state, and local guidelines and recommendations related to Covid-19. To ensure this safety and in light of the high numbers of Covid-19 cases in our community, all Women in Games attendees will need to show proof of vaccination (card or Excelsior pass) OR a negative PCR-type test taken no more than 72 hours prior to entry. Per museum policy, we also encourage all guests to social distance and wear a face covering when inside the museum.

All staff members and other event workers are required to wear a face covering at this event when not eating or drinking.

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Date:
November 11
Time:
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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