2015 Festival Partners

 

Community Partner: Dames Making Games

Founded in 2012, DMG is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to women, non-binary, gender nonconforming, trans and queer folks interested in games. DMG hosts an number of events, including workshops, monthly speakers’ socials, game jams, and more. Vector 2015 was the third year in a row that we partnered with DMG, co-presenting the 2015 DMG speakers’ social for the Feb Fatale 3: Killer Interfaces game jam.

Promotional Partner: Musicworks Magazine

Musicworks magazine has been Canada’s leading voice for experimental music since 1978. It is the only English-language magazine that explores new ideas in electronic music, sound installation, instrument design, avant jazz and improvisation, new concert music, and interdisciplinary arts. Each issue comes with a companion CD highlighting the work of featured artists. Musicworks Magazine was a promotional partner for Vector 2015, helping to get the word out about the festival.

From our friends at Musicworks: Save $5 on your subscription by applying promo code “VECTOR”. Subscribe online at musicworks.ca/subscription or by calling 416-977-3546. Student discounts available.

Venue Partner: Videofag

Videofag is a storefront cinema and performance lab in Toronto’s Kensington Market dedicated to the creation and exhibition of video, film, new media, and live art. The space is run by Jordan Tannahill & William Ellis, who converted it from an old barbershop in October 2012. For Vector 2015, the third year in a row, we once again partnered with Videofag to present our closing festival event, the screening “Hello World,“ curated by Clint Enns.

Venue Partner: Bento Miso

Located in Toronto’s Queen West District, Bento Miso is a coworking space and thriving community of 150+ creators making video games, starting good food businesses, producing films, designing Web applications, running not-for-profit organizations, skill sharers. As partners for Vector 2015, Bento hosted our Dames Making Games co-presented events, including the Killer Interfaces Game Jam and Speakers Social, as well as the Killer Interfaces Party!

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