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Game Curious: Exploring Video Games with the Hand Eye Society


3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on recurring dates listed below
90 mins

Join us for exciting free programs this Fall with Artists in the Library from the Hand Eye Society and the The Art of Play: Game Makers at Oakwood Library. We will run three ongoing 12-week program series, see the other two listings as well: Interactive Fiction, Screenless Game Makers.

Weekly program series on Fridays, Sept 29 to Dec 15.
Open studio time - meet the artist at the library: 12 to 3:30 pm.
Game Curious program: 3:30 to 5 pm.
Suggested ages 8 and up.

Game Curious explores the art of video games, for people who don't necessarily identify as "gamers". Join the game literacy movement in a no-pressure learning environment of discussion, discovery and play. The first six weeks we PLAY, the next six weeks we MAKE.

PLAY is a six-week drop-in program where we curate a selection of games aimed at showcasing the wide variety of themes, stories, and artistic expression that exist within the medium, with a special focus on locally made games. Anyone can join and explore. No registration required.

MAKE is a 6-week game-making workshop where participants learn to create their own video game project, no prior programming skills required!

Founded in 2009, the Hand Eye Society is one of the first video game art organizations of its kind in the world. It is a Toronto not-for-profit dedicated to supporting and showcasing video games made primarily as a form of creative expression. The Hand Eye Society aims to provide exhibition opportunities, education, creative support, mentorship, knowledge sharing and inspiration to artists, enthusiasts, and the game-curious in Toronto.

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More about the Hand Eye Society.


Adult • School-Age Children • Teen


Science & Technology

Upcoming Dates:

Fri Oct 20
Fri Oct 27
Fri Nov 03
Fri Nov 10
Fri Nov 17
Fri Nov 24
Fri Dec 01
Fri Dec 08
Fri Dec 15