Yes! I finally have enough of these to warrant it’s own page! (also since most of the conferences were online these past 2 years, they’re available on YouTube!)
Also including events and workshops here as well.
Mini Melbourne at the Immigration Museum
Museums Victoria Culture Makers Season 1
‘Mini Melbourne’ workshops invite you to co-create a video game, and celebrate the cultural diversity of our city and the common threads that connect us all.
Your creation becomes a playable character in a virtual recreation of Melbourne, and this collaborative artwork will be available for all museum visitors to play following the 2-day program of workshops.
Coming soon to the Immigration Museum, June 2023
ACMI + RMIT Audience Lab: May Expo 2023
Generation Women November 2022
PAX Australia 2022
Big Anxiety Festival 2022
EAI ArtsIT 2021
Chen HW., Duckworth J., Kokanovic R. (2022) Mental Jam: A Pilot Study of Video Game Co-creation for Individuals with Lived Experiences of Depression and Anxiety. In: Wölfel M., Bernhardt J., Thiel S. (eds) ArtsIT, Interactivity and Game Creation. ArtsIT 2021. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol 422. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-95531-1_9
Games for Change APAC 2021
RMIT Creative Wellbeing Festival
The Creative Wellbeing Program invites talented RMIT students to produce fun, playful, colourful and interactive wellbeing activities and artworks – each designed to take take the viewer’s mind off study for a moment, and help them destress and think more deeply about their wellbeing.