Fellow game devs, artists, and other awesome folks:
Let’s unwind at the end of a great week at GDC!
Stop by for a mellow afternoon to meet, greet, ‘n’ draw together over a nice cup of fresh tea. While this is an artjam, all are welcome! If code, marketing, directing, or any other such things are your digs, feel free to swing by our picnic blanket and get some fresh air with likeminded gaming enthusiasts. We'll be supplying blankets, soothing tunes, and smiles. Friday is the final day of GDC, so let's decompress for an upbeet sendoff!
Come chillax with a cup of Yerba Maté in Yerba Buena Gardens!
We'll be serving a variety of tea, loose and bagged, made on the spot, which you can take how you prefer. One lump or two? Dash of cream?
There will also be a selection of light pastries, and everyone's encouraged to bring any munchies, softdrinks, sides, etc. to contribute; it's all in the spirit of the potluc. Get a bit, give a bit!
We're artjamming, artjamming, and I hope you like artjamming too!
Atop our cozy picnic blankets you'll find a limited array of sketching supplies, but feel free to bring your own.
We do ask that everyone pick up after themselves, if you pack it in, you pack it out.
What's a Potluc, you ask?
A casual gathering where everyone brings a food itemt to share, typically you want to bring something you'll personally like, but ideally it should be something somewhat universal. You don't HAVE to bring something to share, it's just more fun that way! (So don't bring, say, a single half-eaten sandwich from your lunch if you intend to sample what others bring.)
What can you bring to share?
Cheese & Crackers
whatever you please!
There's no age requirements; consider this a casual gathering in a public park.
If you want to bring a friend or let someone else come on your behalf, feel free! While the Yerba Buena park has a limit of 25 persons per party without requiring a permit, it's unlikely that this will be an issue, so the more the merrier!
What are the transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Yerba Buena Gardens is a short walk from the BART/MUNI Powell and Montgomery Street stations.
The CalTrain Station at Fourth and Townsend is served directly by MUNI’s 30 Stockton, with stops on Third Street at Howard and at Mission. Yerba Buena Gardens is also convenient to Golden Gate Transit, SamTrans and AC Transit downtown bus routes.
Click here for a map of Yerba Buena Gardens.
How can the organizer be contacted if there's any questions?
Cari can be reached via:
email: [email protected]