Mason Korea Holds Annual Progress at Play Exhibition at Seoul City Hall

p@pMason Korea held its second annual Progress at Play Exhibition featuring digital art by students from around the world at Seoul City Hall Citizens’ Hall during the first two weeks of August.

The exhibition featured digital art and computer games submitted by contestants for the 2022 Progress at Play social impact competition held in partnership with leading gaming company NCSoft and e-sports giant Gen.G.

Middle school, high school, and college students from around the world, including students from Mason’s US and Korea campuses, submitted their original artwork to raise awareness on diverse social issues.


Mason Korea’s Computer Game Design (CGD) student organization, Gnonymous, designed a computer game called “Strange Way Home,” which visitors, including Campus Dean Robert Matz, enjoyed playing at the exhibition.

Hundreds of local citizens visited the exhibition located in the heart of Seoul. Mason Korea's CGD faculty and students, and Partnerships Office, which organized the event, also had a chance to view the student works up close.


The 2022 Progress at Play Awards Ceremony will be held on August 27 at Mason Korea.