Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Full Sail dedicates Game Studios to Arneson

Found this on Facebook:

Saturday, October 30 · 1:00pm - 11:30pm

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Full Sail is proud to announce the dedication of the new Game Studios to our esteemed colleague, the late Dave Arneson. We invite you to join us in honoring our dear friend and celebrating the recent addition to our facility as well as joining us for the two game sessions we will be hosting following the dedication ceremony.

Dave Arneson earned his fame as the co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons, the game that changed the world of gaming. Dave also spent a decade as a member of our Full Sail family, instructing in the Game Development program from its inception.

The Event - Date and time
- October 30
- Ceremony @1pm
- Game Session 1 @ 3:00pm (to 7:00pm)
- Game Session 2 @ 7:30pm (to 11:30pm)

Ceremony: Full Sail Live Quad
Game Sessions: Games Studio

Features - Speakers and Unveiling Ceremony
- Rob Catto – Program Director for Game Studies
- Garry Jones – President of Full Sail University
- Dustin Clingman – Founder and President of ZG Games
- Duke Seifried – Executive Vice President TSR (Ret)
- Shawn Stafford – Director of the Full Sail Research Institute
- Malia Weinhagen - Dave Arneson’s daughter

Game Sessions
- D&D
- Settlers of Catan
- Munchkin

Costumes welcome! Weapons must be checked at the event.

- This is a GPS event! -

Being located in Norway, it is impossible for me to attend, but if any of my readers are going, I would love to hear what it was like.



  1. That's great! I thought they had already had the dedication ceremony and wondered why I couldn't find anything about the facility on the Full Sail website. Once again Havard comes through with the info!

  2. Was at Full Sail University on Sunday 10/10 and talked to Rob Catto and other gamers. Was checking out the campus because my son is thinking about attending the Game Development program. Can't be there on October 30. Didn't know that Dave Arneson was once a professor there.

  3. Once again Havard comes through with the info!

    Thanks Dan! Greg Svenson deserves credit for pointing me in the right direction.


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