Blasts From The Past: The Art Of Video Games
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Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 7:46 AM
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Smithsonian American Art Museum

Hopper, Hockney, Lichtenstein. Among these great artists featured in the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., you'll now find Lara Croft and Earthworm Jim.

   
The Art Of Video Games Trailer
The Art Of Video Games Trailer
Smithsonian American Art Museum

Hopper, Hockney, Lichtenstein. Among these great artists featured in the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., you'll now find Lara Croft and Earthworm Jim.

The Art of Video Games is a trip through time and pixelated space. It's been 40 years that we've been blasting, jumping and scoring with just a twitch of our thumbs. Along the way, we've left a wake of worlds teeming with people and places we can still see in our memories.

Weekend Edition Sunday guest host David Greene tours the exhibit with curator Chris Melissinos, and asks just what makes video games art? [Copyright 2012 National Public Radio]



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