Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment

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The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (stylized as The MADE) is a museum dedicated to digital art and gaming with fully playable gaming exhibits.[1]


Its mission is to collect and curate video games, digital media concept art, and gaming systems to teach the public about digital art, and the process of gaming creation.

The Board of Directors and Board of Advisors is composed largely of veterans of the gaming industry, journalists, experts, and historians of the field.[2] The Museum's Director is the internationally published technology journalist Alex Handy,[3] and Dr. Henry Lowood, Curator of Stanford University History of Science & Technology Collections and Film & Media Collections[4] is on the board of directors. The Museum is currently bidding on creative venture site Kickstarter for funding to acquire a venue in San Francisco, California.[5] It has a physical location in Oakland, CA.


  1. ^ [1] MADE About
  2. ^ [2] MADE Staff
  3. ^ [3] The Software Development Times
  4. ^ [4] Stanford University - Dr. Henry E. Lowood
  5. ^ [5] KickStarter - The MADE

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