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Digital Dive Workshop Series

Join us for weekly after-school workshops featuring a hands-on introduction to the game development and interactive digital media, followed by a studio tour at a local gaming company.

Digital Dive Workshop Series

Join us for weekly after-school workshops featuring a hands-on introduction to the game development and interactive digital media, followed by a studio tour at a local gaming company.

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Are you an aspiring black game developer? Join our Digital Dive workshop series and learn about game-making technologies!

Attention aspiring Black Game Developers ages 13 – 19!

Join us for our after-school workshops featuring a hands-on introduction to the game development and interactive digital media, followed by a studio tour at a local gaming company.

Over 2 days aspiring Black Game Developers will learn about game making-technologies and see how they can be part of the game industry.

Brought to you by Interactive Ontario and instructed by Jordan Sparks. Made possible by the generous support of the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) under the Network of Services for Black Children, Youth, and Families (formerly the Black Youth Action Plan).

The Workshop Series takes place over two days:

Workshop #1 March 10th, from 4 pm to 6 pm

Workshop #2 March 11th, from 4 pm to 8 pm

Location: Ottawa Public Library, Alta Vista Branch, 2516 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa, ON K1V 7T1