Game designer and artist Alfred Twu is speaking online this Saturday about "Games as an Introduction to Political Process and Long Term Planning". Tune in at 19:30.
Arcadia Night 2020 is an evening of online micro-talks, game demos and discussions from leading game designers, creators, and thinkers from across the interactive industry.
The thoughtful discussion during Creative Dundee’s recent InGAME Insights event quickly proved that this is a crucial time for how we think about play in public spaces - one wracked with challenges, but also teeming with potential.
Abertay’s School of Design & Informatics is no stranger to success. This March, their undergrad games degrees were named best in Europe - for the sixth year in a row. And now, their entire Graduate Show can be viewed online.
Friday Forums - A new weekly showcase for Scottish creatives - is now open for applications from creatives in all sectors and forms of practice.
The Royal Mail is issuing a new set of video games special stamps for 2020 featuring some of the most iconic games to have been developed in the UK in the 1980s and 1990s. Dundee's legendary DMA Design features prominently, with a 1st class Lemmings stamp as part of the collection, alongside much loved games... Continue Reading →
Illustration for LIGHT BYTES an event for Creative Edinburgh and Creative Scotland by Want Some StudioCreative Edinburgh, Creative Dundee and We Throw Switches are joining forces to run three informal mixer events called Light Bytes. These will include networking, micro talks, panel discussion and the opportunity to play with technology. The project was initiated by... Continue Reading →
Glasgow School of Arts Digital Design Studio is holding an open evening on Wednesday 17th of February. The event is an opportunity to visit the GSA's Digital Design Studio, tour facilities and meet academic staff involved with the following Masters programmes: MSc International Heritage Visualisation MSc Medical Visualisation and Human Anatomy MSc Serious Games Development... Continue Reading →
Creative Scotland, the national agency for the arts, screen and creative industries north of the border is launching a campaign to research and understand the country's video games and interactive sectors more fully. In previous years, the organisation has carried out full sector reviews for film, literature, music, dance, theatre and visual arts. These reviews... Continue Reading →
The Glasgow Film Festival has a long history of incorporating and giving space to videogames over the last few years. From panels exploring the influence of comics, to an afternoon of choose-your-own-documentary goodness, the festival has extended open arms to gamers. 2015 is no exception and indeed the festival has doubled down on the geeky... Continue Reading →