The Disruptive Design and Digital Fabrication exhibition explores the relationship between digital fabrication processes and social design that increasingly revolve around prototyping and iterative testing. Digital tools are today ubiquitous in academic and community settings, yet engaging with these goes beyond any particular technologically enhanced capacity. In what Katherine Hayles [...]
Hear from participants in the 2020 Black Women Film! × DMG VR Camp that took place this January, take a look at Blackness and representation in the VR landscape, and get hands-on with their volumetric video projects.
A celebration of games careers with nationwide events reaching millions of parents, learners, teachers, job-seekers and >50 games organisations.
Who runs Games Careers Week?
Games Careers Week is a service operated & funded by the charity the BGI, Grads in Games CIC and Into Games CIC, non-profit organisations working to advance games education in the UK.
Why do we need it?
Most parents and young people, especially diverse people, don’t know the UK supports >25,000 well-paid, creative tech jobs in games. And our workforce isn’t diverse, unlike our population and players. It’s time for change, at this key moment for digital skills.
How are we going to change things?
We will showcase the skills, pathways and potential of games careers to the public through events and media, foregrounding diverse developers, working with an amazing range of organisations.