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WW1 Game Shines at Abertay Digital Graduate Show

The Abertay Digital Graduate Show may be small, but it offers an opportunity to see how students become professional members of the videogames industry. There’s some very accomplished work; most notably Gregor Duddy’s ‘1915’ and last year’s Dare Academy winner ‘Kinoko’. ‘1915’ is a quiet game with minimal interaction. You wander the trenches in the

UCracking – generative art from Marius Watz

Marius Watz is a Norwegian artist and curator who works in the field of generative art. He will be exhibiting as part of the Weave by Abertay group show in the Wellgate centre for this year’s NEoN digital arts festival. He will also be exhibiting work in the café of the Dundee Science Centre as

The Code Bar: A sneak peek into Dundee Game Design

Interested in getting a preview of game design, made right here in Dundee? It’s actually just one click away on this website called The Code Bar: a bank of innovative game ideas. Who knew? I certainly didn’t, and it’s about time the word spreads. Established by the University of Abertay, The Code Bar provides access

Guerrilla Gallery

Guerrilla Gallery is an event bringing together creative talent. This is the first of what is hoped to be four Guerrilla Gallery events over the next 12 months. The idea is simple: everyone is invited to submit digital images and/or text-based work to be mixed live on the night by the Guerrilla Gallery VJs  Retchy

NEoN Exhibition

  Japanese artist Akinori Oishi (Aki) will have his first UK solo show in the Hannah Maclure Centre (HMC) as part of NEoN. Aki is being commissioned to produce new work that will transform the HMC into one of his landscaped playgrounds.


White Space, University of Abertay Join us for a steaming hot greasy plate of experimental sound cooked up just for you. Packed full of calories and oozing with cholesterol this event is guaranteed to raise your blood pressure. Feast on performances and installations by Yann Seznec, Kristina Johansen, and Sean Williams followed by a generous