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Our new online speaker series! Join us in listening to perspectives on game design, playfulness & storytelling across the globe!

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TAG is happy to announce the next instalment of our new online speaker series, Rethinking Playfulness! Join us in listening to perspectives on game design, playfulness and storytelling!

Our upcoming guest speaker is Orion D. Black, a non-binary queer writer and director based in Seattle, USA. Orion will talk to us and answer your questions about Circle Theory on December 9, 2021 at 10am EST on Zoom. (Please RSVP for event link)  

Talk title: CIRCLE THEORY

Speaker: Orion D. Black

Circle Theory is a plain-speech, visual tool used to chart out the narrative threads of your favourite media, and help you build your own. The theory purposes that interactions between plot points occur between one of three "circles:" Character, Environment, and Overwhelming Circumstance.

Orion D Black, is a non-binary queer writer and director based in Seattle. They currently work with CH Media on the Dimension 20 series. Orion's previous work includes narrative design for tabletop roleplaying games.

Length: 60 mins + 15 mins live Q&A


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The event is made possible with the support of the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology at Concordia University


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Technoculture, Art and Games (TAG) is an interdisciplinary centre for research/creation in game studies and design, digital culture and interactive art based at Concordia University in Montréal.  TAG brings together scholars, artists, designers, engineers and students from all departments at Concordia and we welcome participants from other universities, the game and media arts industries and community based groups.  At the heart of TAG is a shared interest and concern with digital games as exemplary objects for cultural research, artistic creation, technical innovation and social mediation, all in the context of an expanding information society and the changing fabric of everyday life.

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