Call for Workshop Coordinators

Pixelles is looking for two workshop coordinators to help make our monthly workshops happen. Our workshops have always been a pillar of learning and opportunity for the community. Please note that all positions at Pixelles are volunteer-based (even the directors

[Closed] Call for a Communications Coordinator

Pixelles is looking for a communications coordinator to help us get the word out about our activities, events and programs. Please note that all positions at Pixelles are volunteer-based (even the directors are volunteers) and remote. We are very understanding

Workshop: Things to Consider When Starting a Game Studio

Tanya X. Short started the award-winning Kitfox Games in 2013, and will share her thoughts on how to think about starting your very own indie game studio. Whether it’s a for-profit corporation, a worker’s co-op, a non-profit, or a solo venture,

Workshop: Get that job! Writing a great resume for games!

We’ll look at creating clear value and messaging in your resume, cover letter, LinkedIn, and portfolio for recent graduates, early career, and mid-career. It will also include resources for interviewing and negotiations. This online talk, presented in English, is open

Raffle: Career Coaching Session with Jean Leggett

Jean Leggett is an indie game dev as well as a professional coach. She has worked with over 300 game devs since 2019 in the capacity of a mentor and career and leadership coach.  This raffle offers 3 people of

Workshop: Creating Culturally Responsive Gaming Experiences

In “Creating Culturally Responsive Gaming Experiences”, a discussion hosted by Mariam Nusrat and Lauren Hofmann of The Equity Gaming Project, you will be able to: Identify the link between gaming + ‘real’ world impacts at a global scale Understand why self-reflection

BIPOC Creator Program Selections

Thanks to the Canada Media Fund, Pixelles announced its new BIPOC Creator Program in fall of 2020. We are giving up to $10k CAD each to selected Canadian game creators who are Black, Indigenous, or other people of color, as a

Workshop: Creating Inclusive Characters

Learn about creating authentic, diverse characters [in games] that are not stereotypes. This online presentation discusses: how stereotypes are perpetuated through their use in the media exercises to analyze characters for good representation how active and engaged listening is the

Workshop: Accessibility in Game UI

Creating a usable game interface extends far beyond pretty colours and a good design sense. Join Kat Dolan & Justine Raymond, Senior UI Designers at Proletariat Inc, known for the popular magic-slinging battle royale, Spellbreak, as they talk about what

Pixelles Creator Fund 2020: Selections

Thanks to SUPERHOT, Kowloon Nights, Clever Endeavour, and Vertigo Gaming Inc., Pixelles announced its new Creator Fund in fall of 2020. We are giving up to $5k CAD each to selected Canadian game creators of marginalized genders, as a grant, without recoup, publishing or

About Pixelles
Pixelles is a non-profit initiative committed to helping more people make and change games. We're based in Montreal, and have already succeeded in building a supportive community of game creators, both hobbyist and professional.

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