Meet the participants of the 9th Pixelles Game Incubator

Firstly, we want to thank everyone for sending in your applications. You are all amazing with talents of your own right, and with so many applicants. Every year, it’s an extremely difficult task to chose among all the wonderful applications.

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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,

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Solidarity with Palestine

Pixelles stands in solidarity with Palestine. We believe in the Palestinian people’s right to live free of occupation and violence.We can not stay silent while Palestinian families are bombed by Israel every day. The apartheid and war crimes being carried

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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

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Raffle: GDC 2022 Passes

GDC stands for the Game Developers Conference. It’s one of the largest conferences on game development in the world featuring panels, lectures, and roundtables on a variety of topics. This raffle offers 16 people the opportunity to win an All Access

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Application for the Pixelles BIPOC Creator Program

Applications for the current round closed 11:59pm EST, January 24, 2021. Thank you to all who applied to our BIPOC Creator Program, and thank you for your patience as we enter the selection phase.

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