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:
Sunday, December, 15
Unity for Absolute Beginners – Part 2
Learn Unity from the ground up in this two-part class for absolute beginners!
Saturday, January, 11
January Speaker Social
Join us for our monthly speaker social and hear about cool new games by members of our community.
Saturday, January, 25
Annual General Meeting
Attend our member meeting for insight and input into our operations, finances, and plans for the future.
Wednesday, January, 29
Game Writers Circle + Social
Join other game writers and narrative designers for a cozy get together every month!
Wednesday, February, 26
Wednesday, March, 25
Wednesday, April, 29
Thursday, December, 12
Open RPG Gaming Night
Always wanted to try playing a roleplaying game like Dungeons and Dragons? Come enjoy a relaxed, beginner-friendly night of gaming, with DMG members facilitating and running rpgs, gm-less storytelling and worldbuilding games, and more!
Sunday, December, 8
Unity for Absolute Beginners
Saturday, December, 7
Low Poly 3D Modeling with Blender 2.8 – Part 2
Join us for the second session in a two-part hands-on workshop on making low-poly 3D art.
Saturday, November, 30
Low Poly 3D Modeling with Blender 2.8
Join us for a two-part hands-on workshop and learn from artist Kaitlyn Dougon! In the first lesson, participants will learn about how accessible Blender 2.8 is, some of its many, many functions and begin crafting a small table setting using basic shapes.
Tuesday, November, 26
Stitch & Stuff: Making Sewable Games
Join the crew from Social Body Lab in another Textile Game Controller workshop - this time, no screens!
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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