DisinfoGames – An Analog Game Jam
May 19th and 26th, 6th floor of Concordia’s ER building (2155 Guy Street)
DisinfoGames is an analog game jam hosted by Concordia University’s Disinformation and Games Research Project in partnership with ACT (Ageing + Communication + Technologies). This is a 2-day event taking place Friday May 19th and 26th from 9-4pm on the 6th floor of Concordia’s ER building (2155 Guy).
Participants will work in teams to create analog games around the theme of media disinformation. Through this creation process, we will identify current issues around the subject and reflect on the particularities of games as a site for–or tool against–false content. Our game jam focuses on making analog, tabletop games (ie. card, board, role playing games).
And even if you’ve never made a game before, no worries! We’ll walk you through the process, the idea is to have fun, get creative, and learn by making. This is a free, catered event and open to participants of all levels.
To register for the event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by Disinformation and Games Research Project (mLab) and ACT (Ageing + Communication + Technologies)
co-organized research assistant and mLab coordinator by Amelle Margaron