We offer a wide range of free events, workshops, resources and services to our community of trans and cis women, queer game-makers and their friends:
August Speakers Social
Our monthly social, featuring three women talking about their game projects, socializing and snacks!
Infinity Mirror Workshop
Make a flashy programmable Infinity Mirror! This workshop serves as a great intro to Arduino and goes through the entire process of creating an LED flashing mirror of illusions for you to take home and keep hacking away on once the workshop is over.
Support programs that provide space, instruction and mentorship for women interested in game development through a one-time or recurring donation to Dames Making Games
We have rad t-shirts, cassette tapes, books, pins and more available for purchase at all of our events and in our online shop!
Apr 19, 2015: Here's a quick rundown of announcements from our most recent social.
Medication Meditation, developed by artist Kara Stone, examines the daily mundanities of life and health maintenance.
Three interactive, animated short stories exploring games and identity by Toronto comic artists Katherine Verhoeven, Jenn Woodall and Katie Foster.
Whether you become a member, volunteer your time and expertise, make a financial contribution as an individual or orgnizational sponsor, or provide services and equipment to contribute to our long-term growth and sustainability, your support has a huge impact on our success!
Dames Making Games is a not-for-profit organization founded in Toronto in 2012. We run a wide range of programs and events for women, non-binary, gender nonconforming and queer folks interested in games. We are member-run and member-funded, arts-focused, technology positive, and collaborative.
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.
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