Our programs provide accessible space, instruction and mentorship for diverse game makers.We are a not-for-profit and couldn't do it without your support!
Membership is open to all, and we offer a dues-free option.
We offer a wide range of free events, workshops, resources and services to our community and membership:
Tuesday, October, 23
Intro to Zbrush 2
Part 2 of our Intro to Zbrush workshop.
Saturday, October, 27
DMG's 2018 Halloween party! Come be spooky with us!
Tuesday, October, 30
GMing Club 02
For folks who have always wanted to run a tabletop RPG but needed a great group, a safe space, an easy way to learn the game, or just a little encouragement!
Friday, November, 2
Intro to Live-Action Roleplay
Have you always wanted to write and and facilitate your own LARPs? This is the workshop for you!
Saturday, November, 3
Are You Afraid of the LARP?
A DMG LARP jam! Come create an immersive, interactive experience from idea to playtest in a supportive environment with experienced larpwrights!
Tuesday, November, 13
Tabletop Game Night 02: Apocalypse World
Old and new players are invited to join our new game masters for a one-shot session of Apocalypse World!
Wednesday, November, 14
Intro to Textile Game Controllers
Come create alternative controllers with textiles and electronics!
Tuesday, November, 20
Dames Playing Games #7
Play new and classic video games in a low-key, friendly environment! Join us for our semi-regular Dames Playing Games night at DMG HQ.
Wednesday, November, 28
Intro to Unity
A compressed but comprehensive tour through Unity, a free and widely used game-making tool for creating 2D and 3D games and VR experiences.
Wednesday, December, 5
Performance Optimization in Unity
Join technical artist Greg Puzniak for a (mostly graphical) primer on optimization in Unity.
Dames Making Games is a not-for-profit videogame arts organization founded in Toronto in 2012. We run a wide range of programs and events for women, nonbinary, femme and queer folks interested in games. We support our membership by providing production space, education, advocacy, archiving, resource sharing and more collaborative practices.
Your support has a huge impact on our sustainability and the creative freedom on our members!
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