Saturday, May 26, 2018
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Our regular speaker social! Every month, folks working in games, on game-related projects, or in interactive arts give a brief presentation on their work. Expect fascinating insights into a broad range of disciplines, introductions to rad projects and tools, interesting creators and new friends!
After the talks, we chat, mingle, and share some snacks. All are welcome, and it’s always free.
Rachel writes small system-agnostic dnd adventures, and packages them – including tabletop gaming peripherals like fabric maps – in custom pencil cases. On May 15, Rachel’s second Pocket Dungeon, The Corruption of Pelursk, was released!
Rachel will introduce the unique context of the OSR and Storygame scenes in tabletop games, and talk about mentorship and zinester attitude that helped her get them made and released. Expect self-publishing resources to be shared!
About Rachel Kahn:
Rachel is an illustrator, comicker and game artist who works in videogames and tabletop games, and has used tabletop games to teach kids at museums. She’s been self-publishing for almost a decade as well as collaborating with other creators and clients in a freelance capacity.
Subtitles, and why they’re awesome
Jennifer is a game designer and writer, best known for Monster Girls Gaynerations and Appeeling Personality, currently studying game design at Sheridan College.
Castle Cthulhu and Making Modding Accessible
Rosalind walks through her current projects mod friendly design, its inspirations and gets technical about how it all works and the benefits of structuring a project with user generated content as a first priority.
Rosalind Chapman is a game designer with a love for making games with pixel art, queer representation, procedural generation, deep mechanics, emergent behaviour, community tools, and great game feel. She has showcased games at Level Up, GradEx, and Bit Bazaar.
Our monthly member meeting and social—open to everyone—aims to showcase the work of queer and gender-marginalized folks involved with games in a wide variety of roles. Designers, developers, artists, critics, fans, writers, people new to games and seasoned pros are all welcome and have shared the mic at DMG.
It's also a platform for participants to find encouragement, resources and a venue for speaking about their work in a supportive and productive environment.
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Always alcohol-free. Light refreshments are provided.
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