Dr Helen Stuckey is a design and media arts curator and researcher. Her recent curatorial practice focuses on the cultural significance of videogames and their collection and exhibition within the gallery. She helped establish media arts in Melbourne in the 1990’s, has worked extensively in major arts organizations in Victoria where she was involved in national and international projects. At the Australian Centre for the Moving Image she initiated, produced and curated the Games Lab (2005 – 2008), a dedicated exhibition space for exploring videogame culture. More recently she was the Director of RMIT University’s Games Program in the School of Media and Communication. She completed a PhD on how the museum can work with online knowledge communities on the preservation and exhibition of videogames and other digital cultural artefacts as part of the ARC Linkage Project - Play It Again: Creating a Playable History of Australasian Digital Games, for Industry, Community and Research Purposes.She has authored and co-authored many articles, chapters and books on gaming and digital culture.