The NVA is unique.
It brings videogame culture to everybody.
We're based in Nottingham, in the midlands of the UK.
We make work about videogames that no-one else does,
for the most diverse audience possible.
We do this through :
- Festivals that celebrate videogames in all their forms
- Exhibitions unlocking the worlds of videogames and their creators
- Learning programmes that explore what videogames mean and how to make them
- Concerts of videogame music and collaborations with other art forms
- Championing the heritage and preservation of games internationally
Not only that, but we're doing more online so many more visitors around the world can enjoy our work. Support us and you'll get full access to this.
How can you help?
We're independent and we'd like to stay that way.
We get no core funding from any public or trade body, that’s why we’re asking for your support.
You'll also be joining an exclusive list of hugely influential industry patrons like Ian Livingstone, The Oliver Twins, John Romero, HTC Vive, Sumo Digital, SEGA, Radiant Worlds, Carl Cavers, Boneloaf, Vlambeer, Andy Payne, UsTwo Games and many more.
We want to make something that's important to you, and for you to be a part of it. Get involved!
Where does your money go?
The NVA is operated by the National Videogame Foundation, a registered social enterprise.
That means that any profit goes directly back into our activities.
Your support will help us produce the most innovative, ambitious work possible, extending our online content. Even bigger, better exhibitions, education & outreach for more people and even more brilliant events and festivals.
You can read more about the National Videogame Arcade at http://thenva.com
You can find out more about the Foundation over at http://thenvf.org