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Saturday, September 12 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Expand the Magic Circle: strategizing inclusivity towards diversity in making games

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Anja Venter

Artist/Designer/Researcher, Nanna/ UCT Centre in ICT4D
Anja Venter is a visual artist, designer and digital media researcher from South Africa. She is a third year PhD student at the centre in ICT4D at the University of Cape Town. She likes comics, animals, DIY and punk rock. More on her research here: www.anjaresearchblog.wordpress.com , visual work here: www.nannaventer.co.za, or stalk her on instagram/twitter:@nannaventer "

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Alicia Contestabile

Game Designer, Dames Making Games
Writer and game designer from Toronto, Canada. A member of the PR and Communications Committee for Dames Making Games Toronto. Studies film when she’s not leveling up her programming skills and changing her hair colour.
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Regina Kgatle

She first realized the power of computer science in grade school when she came across an Encyclopedia Encarta CD. She was amazed by how the CD encapsulated all of the information easily. She started taking computer classes in high school and continued in University of Cape Town where she studies Electrical and Computer Engineering. Regina recognized an opportunity to combine her passion for coding and environmentalism at her parents gaming... Read More →
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Richard Pieterse

Richard Pieterse is a bionic space walrus from the year 2013. He traveled forward in time, leaving his career as a professional muscle car wrestler, after his best friend and confidant was exploded. He now spends his every waking moment making videogames in an attempt to block out the flashbacks that haunt his idle thoughts. Tweet him @nekropants!


Saturday September 12, 2015 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Conference Room 111 Smith Street

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