The Hand Eye Society is a Toronto not-for-profit dedicated to supporting and showcasing videogames made primarily as a form of creative expression. Founded in 2009  by Raigan Burns, Jon Mak, Jim McGinley, Jim Munroe, Mare Sheppard, & Miguel Sternberg, it is the first videogame arts organization in the world.

Board of Directors: Alex Jansen, Emma Scratch, Miguel Sternberg
Executive Director: Jim Munroe
Former Board Members: Jim McGinley, Craig D. Adams, Jon Mak, Raigan Burns, Mark Rabo, Mare Sheppard, Alex Hayter, Sagan Yee

Current and ongoing projects include Game Curious, the TORONTRON Indie Arcade Cabinets, Comics VS Games, and a variety of member-powered exhibitions and educational programs.

If your question is not answered below, feel free to contact us at info at handeyesociety dot com.


I don't make games, I just play them. Is the Hand Eye Society for me?

I wanna do stuff! How do I get involved?

What is a videogame arts organization?

What else is going on in Toronto, game wise?

Can you help me find game making collaborators?

Are you pro-indie?

Are you looking for sponsorship or partnerships?

Can you spread the word about my/our project/product to your members?


How many members do you have?

How do I become a full member?

What are the benefits of membership?


Who runs the Hand Eye Society?

Can I run for board membership?

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