V&A Dundee will hold its first ever game design jam to mark the final weekend of the major exhibition Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt, which is open until Sunday 8 September.
Working with Abertay University, Europe’s leading university for teaching and research in videogame design, game makers will be invited to create brand new games inspired by V&A Dundee.
This could be a game based on Kengo Kuma’s architecture, the permanent Scottish Design Galleries, or the exhibition Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt.
Over three days (from Friday 6 to Sunday 8 September) the museum will become a live design studio open to game designers, artists, programmers, musicians and sound designers.
On the Sunday afternoon the public are invited to visit the museum to play the prototype games from 14.00-16.00.
Game makers can register as teams, or come to the jam and join a team on the day.
Joanna Mawdsley, Head of Learning at V&A Dundee, said:
Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt has been a hugely exciting exhibition for us to put on, and visitors of all ages have had the opportunity to see behind-the-scenes of how games are made, from beautiful sketches to huge orchestral scores.
Free tickets are available now at here.