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The Craft of Game Design

We host in-depth discussions
with game creators, such as this
one with the Kentucky Route Zero
team at WordPlay 2013.

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Fancy Videogame Party

We showcase unexpected games in
unexpected places, like this collaboration
with Wild Rumpus at the Art Gallery of
Ontario.

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Game Curious

We run inclusive game literacy programs
where people outside of the conventional
game community can learn about, play,
and make games.

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Medium Mixing

We bring together artists from different
disciplines: here we have autobio
gamemakers chatting with autobio
cartoonists at Comics vs Games 3.

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Our Initiatives

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The Torontrons are classic arcade cabinets retrofitted to play contemporary games by local indies.

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Game Curious? is about exploring the untapped art of video games, for people who don’t necessarily identify as “gamers”.

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Comics vs Games fosters collaboration between the independent game and comic communities through a variety of projects, talks, and events.

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We send out a monthly digest via the Updates, but we’re always adding new events through the month — add it to your googlecal if you like. Email us about your events!


*Only events tagged [Hand Eye Society] are our events, for the rest we’re just signal boosting for this amazing community!

Hand Eye Society Updates

More Blog Posts

Toronto Videogame Events

We send out a monthly digest via the Updates, but we’re always adding new events through the month — add it to your googlecal if you like. Email us about your events!


*Only events tagged [Hand Eye Society] are our events, for the rest we’re just signal boosting for this amazing community!

Get Involved

Subscribe

Subscribe Here! You will receive email updates for our events and initiatives as well as a calendar digest of other videogame culture happenings and things of interest to videogame enthusiasts. Generally goes out a few times a month.

Volunteer

Updates also include volunteer opportunities for our and other community game projects — if you choose to accept it, and log more than ten hours in a year, you become a full member.

Contribute

As a incorporated not-for-profit since 2009 we’re always looking for partners and patrons to help keep our programs going, whether it be an old PC for the Torontrons or money to pay coordinators. Drop a line!