Technoculture, Art and Games (TAG) is an interdisciplinary centre for research/ creation in game studies and design, digital culture and interactive art


Want a crash course in making games?

Join us in the Atelier twice a month (ish!) for LEVEL UP!

The LEVEL UP workshops are a series of free classes on anything from Unity to Twine that are open to the public.

Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned veteran, these workshops will teach you some of the skills needed to make honest-to-goodness video games.

Upcoming Workshops

Feb 04, 2020

GB Studio Workshop @ TAG

a poster for the gb studio workshop, which contains most of the information listed belowAlex and Michael from the Residual Media Depot will be hosting a workshop on GB Studio – a free drag-and-drop game creation tool that lets you export your games online or as Game Boy ROM files.

Homebrew design for outmoded videogame consoles is not a new phenomenon, but GB Studio, as an open source program, is perhaps the first accessible tool for participating in the practice. This type of development raises intriguing questions about unauthorized additions to existing game libraries and the afterlife of videogame hardware such as the Nintendo Game Boy.

WHO? Concordia University Students

WHEN? Tuesday February 4 from 4:30-6:30pm

WHERE? TAG (EV 11.435)

Bring your laptop so you can follow along with the tutorial and, if you have the chance, download and install GB Studio ahead of time:

Sign-up for the workshop on Facebook or just drop-in. You can also email Michael if you have any questions. We hope to see you there!