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Unconference is one of the events at IndieCade Festival 2019.

What Matters to You in indie Games Today? Unconference and Zine Making[]

Is there an important topic that the indie game community needs to be talking about? Do you have insights or ideas you want to share with other IndieCade attendees? Join us for the IndieCade unconference and give your own micro-talk! The unconference is a collaborative, creative session where we'll dig into the biggest, hardest, and most exciting issues in indie games.

Along with group conversations and fast-paced talks, we'll make a scrappy, experimental zine so we can share our voices with the indie games world.

Date and location[]

  • Friday, October 11th (1:30 pm - 4:00pm)
  • CMD Courtyard
  • Audience: Any IndieCade attendees
  • Speakers: You
  • Faciliated by Bonnie Ruberg

Bonnie Ruberg[]

Bonnie "Bo" Ruberg, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Department of Informatics and the Program in Visual Studies at the University of California, Irvine. Their research explores gender and sexuality in digital media with a focus on queerness and video games. They are the author of Video Games Have Always Been Queer (2019, New York University Press) and the co-editor of Queer Game Studies (2017, University of Minnesota Press). They are also the co-founder and co-organizer of the annual Queerness and Games Conference. Ruberg has contributed to IndieCade as a speaker, moderator, and session organizer since 2015. In 2018, they lead the organization of the “Think:Indie” session track.

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