Early bird booking for the DiGRA/FDG conference has been extended to June 3! And look out for programme announcements coming very soon.
Digital games are increasingly becoming of interest to cultural institutions like museums and art galleries, and my primary role at Abertay University is to investigate this phenomenon from a curatorial and art historical perspective.
Games are a ‘waste of time’ according to people who don’t play them. Games are a ‘waste of time’ according to people who play them. Games are amazing. We can make them better.
Dr Dayna Galloway, Head of Division – Games and Arts, at Abertay University reflects on Dundee’s remarkable reinvention as a creative hub and looks ahead to a summer of design, innovation and creativity. DiGRA and FDG 2016 present a fantastic opportunity to showcase Dundee’s rich history as a centre for innovation and as a city […]
Dr William Huber, Head of Centre for Excellence in Game Education at Abertay University, explains why this institution is hosting the first ever joint conference of DiGRA and FDG. Abertay University, home of Europe’s first and oldest computer games programme, is the anchor of the game hub in the city of Dundee, and has been […]
Delegates are invited to register to attend the forthcoming First International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDG. Hosted by Abertay University in the city of Dundee, Scotland, from 1 – 6 August 2016, the conference is set to be the landmark exchange of ideas for all disciplines working in games research internationally. See the conference […]
For the first time, the Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA) and the Foundations of Digital Games (FDG) conferences, will join together in an unprecedented gathering of games researchers. Taking place from August 1- 6, 2016 and hosted by Abertay University in Dundee, Scotland, this first joint international conference will be a landmark exchange of ideas for academics and educators doing games […]