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D&D-themed art show in Soho
Posted by WJWalton on Wed 04 of Jan., 2012 14:09 PST
Dungeons & Dragons On & Ever Onward is an art show held through January 11th at the Soho Gallery of Digital Art in New York City to "celebrate the impact and continued relevance of Dungeons & Dragons on the culture."

Exhibits featured include "Lord Speldyall," a character sheet for Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, along with other works of gaming art, maps, and documents from actual play sessions. And since it wouldn't be the same without some actual dice chucking, two different gaming groups will be presenting opportunities to sit down to a game of Dungeons & Dragons.

Read more at Wired GeekDad.

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