The Inbound Lands is honored to have received the following recognition and press:
2015 September 12th : The Inbound Lands is pleased to have been selected to present in the Third Annual Nashville Mini Maker Faire, hosted by the Adventure Science Center. Visitors played an onsite demo of the game, interacted with a live Inbounds Park Ranger, and perused Birdfolk wares at the Messner Point Pop-Up.
2015 April 14th and 16th : After a semester exploring and deconstructing the game within their classes, I’m flattered to be asked back as a guest lecturer to two Rhetoric 1030 classes at The University of Iowa, speaking about The Inbound Lands, the effect of the internet on contemporary narrative, and transmedia game design.
2015 April 5th through April 11th : I’m pleased to attend the invitation-only retreat space at Treetop at Whittier, returning to the beautiful forests of the Smokey Mountains and Appalachia Region to work on the second chapter of The Inbound Lands.
2015 January 28th through February 25th : Montgomery Bell Academy hosts “Wish You Were Here: An Inbound Lands Welcome Center ,” a solo show of concept artwork, interactive components, “educational materials,” and engagement work that I’ve done with the Inbound Lands. Excited to share this through talks with the students, and grateful to 12th & Broad Magazine for including the opening in their Daily Itinerary!
2014 December 9th : After they’ve been playing the game through the semester, I’m excited to Skype in and give an artist talk to Rhetoric 1030 students at the University of Iowa about The Inbound Lands, game design, and transmedia engagement!
2014 November issue : Native Magazine covers The Inbound Lands and my own particular geography as an artist. I’m so pleased with the depth of the article and truly honored to have been included through such a dedicated exploration of the online game world.
2014 August 13 : My Inbounds work and artist practice is featured in a Creative Spotlight on Embody Your Muse. McVeigh’s questions are thoughtful and probing, and the result is a great look into my personal process as an artist.
2014 August 7 : The Nashville Scene includes a review of The Inbound Lands and its world as part of their 2014 Innovations print issue.
2014 August 3 & 4 : The Sideshow Fringe Festival commissions a special Inbounds-themed interactive arts performance at the Belmont Black Box Theatre (Friday) and at Richland Park Library for their Family Fringe Day (Saturday). Visitors interacted with Hetch, a Birdfolk peddler who collected stories and translated them through drawings through a giant table shaped like a book. : Nashville, TN
2014 July 24 : Country Life, an Arts & Culture blog through the Nashville Scene, visited Messner Point at Platetone to do an Inbounds-themed studio visit.
2014 July 23 : The Nashville Scene and Country Life, their Arts & Culture blog, ask a few questions as part of their “Meet the Artist” series behind the 25th Anniversary Artboxes.
2014 May through June: An Inbounds-themed ArtBox – and I as its artist – is chosen by the Nashville Scene as one of their 25 artists selected to redesign a magazine distribution rack in celebration of their 25th Anniversary. During the month of June, I reveal 28 pieces of the box on my website, Twitter, and Facebook, leading up to the public full reveal at their birthday event.
2014 May 26 : Lauren Falkenberry interviews me about The Inbound Lands, interactive transmedia arts, and storytelling as part of her reporting on the 2014 Chattanooga Zine Fest.
2014 Feb 24th : The Inbound Lands is chosen for a 2014 Artist Residency by Wildacres Retreat! : Wildacres Retreat, Little Switzerland, North Carolina, USA
2014 Jan 17th : Nashville Artist Launches Online Text-Based Adventure : 12th & Broad, Nashville, TN
2011 March : The Inbound Lands (Abridged) is included in The Fiction Project tour (a branch of the Sketchbook Project), and since, resides in The Brooklyn Art Library : various tour locations, and presently Brooklyn, NY