Games Talks 2022 - ACMI + RMIT - artwork by Marigold Bartlett
Artwork by Marigold Bartlett

ACMI & RMIT present

ACMI + RMIT Games Talks 2022

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Hear from some of the world’s top talent from across the games industry.

There has never been a better time to pick up a new game – or perhaps to begin making one. The Games Talks 2022 series brings together some of the world’s best and brightest coders, producers, leaders, developers, artists and animators to take you behind the scenes of their games and their careers, and to answer your questions.

This year, the series focuses on gamemaking as an artistic practice. Through in-depth conversations with practitioners at the top of their field, Game Talks will offer insights into the wide range of creative practices, motivations and expertise that exist within videogame development.

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