Play games, talk with local indie game design Shaun Inman and watch Indie Game: The Movie.
Shaun Inman is a designer, developer, and composer who believes that occasionally talking in the third-person is an acceptable, necessary evil. That’s him, over there.
Retro Game Crunch is Kickstarter project that Shaun and some friends created. Simply put, they want to release 6 games in 6 months. AIGA will give 50% of the tickets price of Indie Game: The Afternoon will go to the Kickstarter.
Can I buy a ticket at the door?
Yes. But, be mindful that online registrations help us predict the crowd size and know how many seats we need.
Where do I park?
Parking on the streets is free, but hard to come by at times. We recommend you park near a Bike Chattanooga station and bike to the event. There's a station at the Library. Parking on the North Shore or South Side and taking the electric shuttle is also a great option.
What is AIGA Chattanooga?
AIGA’s mission is to advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force. AIGA Chattanooga is but one of 66 chapters around the country working toward this mission. Our local vision statement is: "Becoming the best community for all designers. We won't stop until it is. Join us!"