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Gallery exhibition opens Sept. 18

Posted 09/11/13

Fantasy artwork by Britt SnyderThe CenterStage at Fitchburg State University arts and culture series welcomes the work of Britt Snyder for the exhibit “Game Design and Other Art” running Wednesday, Sept. 18 through Wednesday, Oct. 23 in the Gallery at Sanders, 300 Highland Ave. Admission is free.

Snyder works as a character modeler and concept artist in the field of video game development and as a professor in Worcester Polytechnic University’s Interactive Media and Game Development program. Video game development is a growing industry tied to tradition while looking to the future. Creation of immersive worlds and believable characters to engage the player are needed for the experience in this new form of interactive storytelling. Through his painting and computer-generated artwork, Snyder is navigating this emerging art movement finding balance between personal statement and collaborative development.

The exhibit will open with a talk by Snyder on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 4:30 p.m. in Presidents’ Hall in the Mazzaferro Center, 291 Highland Ave. A reception will follow in the gallery, located in the Sanders Administration Building at 300 Highland Ave.

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