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Nintendo fan-crafted art charity benefits Morgan Autism Center

Danny Cowan, @db_cowan
April 29, 2014
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The San Jose State University ShrunkenHeadMan Club's Charity Committee is hosting Press Start: Nintendo Charity Gallery, a Nintendo-themed art exhibit and sale benefiting the Morgan Autism Center.

The exhibit features more than 140 pieces of fan-created multimedia art honoring games like Super Mario Bros, Animal Crossing, EarthBound, and Star Fox. All featured works, along with current bids, can be viewed online.

The gallery is currently on display at the Umpqua Bank in San Jose, California. Bids for featured pieces will be accepted through May 16.

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