By Harold Goldberg
Today, the New York Videogame Critics Circle is proud to announce a new partnership with the American Museum of Natural History, one of the shining gems of New York City. Whether it’s the multimedia within the brand new T. rex exhibition or a classic diorama, the 150-year old museum is a national treasure.
On March 21 at 7 p.m., please join us at our panel in the Cullman Hall of the Universe during the museum’s Teen Game Night. One of the subjects we’ll tackle will be the history of T. rex in video games. On the panel will be Sherri Smith of Tom’s Guide, Dan Ackerman of CNET, Felicia Miranda of Digital Trends and Matt Gerardi, our Roundup columnist who used to be editor at The AV Club. I’ll be there to moderate as well.
As a bonus, Dan Ackerman will bring Techlandia, the new board game he’s created. There’ll be food and drink as well beginning at 6 p.m. You can RSVP for this free event right here.
All of us at the Circle look forward to helping with more events at the American Museum of Natural History in the future.
Journalist/author Harold Goldberg is the founder of the New York Videogame Critics Circle and the New York Game Awards.