DMG has launched the Damage Labs Studio Startup program to help marginalized founders create new game studios in Canada.
Check out our directory of member-contributed COVID-19 resources, funds, social support, paid gigs, tools and more.
Our workshop and studio at TMAC are closed temporarily due to the public health crisis. Events will be held online until further notice.
We offer a wide range of free events, workshops, resources and services to our community and membership:
Thursday, October, 1
Games Writing Working Group [Online]
This low-key online social is specifically geared towards writers who want to work together in a virtual space. Bring in-progress projects to work on (or start something new) and be prepared for a supportive co-working session.
Saturday, October, 10
October Speaker Social
Join us for our monthly speaker social and check out cool new games and interactive projects by members of our community.
Thursday, October, 29
October Game Writers Circle + Social
Join us for a digital edition of our Game Writers Circle + Social. No pressure to prep any writing to share (being creative is hard right now!). Come, hangout, and talk shop with other writers and designers.
Thursday, November, 5
Games Writing Working Group
Thursday, November, 26
November Game Writers Circle + Social
Thursday, September, 24
September Game Writers Circle + Social [Online]
Thursday, September, 10
Damage Labs Info Session
DMG is launching an intensive aimed at starting up new studios with marginalized founders. Join us for an information session introducing the program before applications to participate open!
Thursday, September, 3
Tuesday, September, 1
Organizing Committee Meeting
Monthly meeting of DMG's organizing committee. Open to all members.
Thursday, August, 27
August Game Writers Circle + Social [Online]
DMG is a not-for-profit videogame arts organization founded in Toronto in 2012. We run a wide range of programs and events for gender-marginalized folks interested in games. We support our membership by providing production space, education, advocacy, archiving, resource sharing and more collaborative practices.
We also support our members interested in exhibiting or commercializing their games, providing free workspace, mentorship, marketing and business support, hiring and recruitment help, and publishing and production services.
Your support has a huge impact on our sustainability and the creative freedom on our members!
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