Thank you for considering submitting your work to BostonFIG! We greatly appreciate the work of our independent games community and work hard to ensure that your games and ideas are shared with the world! 

Below, you will find submission forms for any of our events actively accepting submissions currently (BostonFIG Fest, BostonFIG Talks, BostonFIG Learns, etc...) 

EVENT DETAILS
BostonFIG Talks 2020 will take place on Saturday May 2nd at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Please submit your talk by filling out this submission form. All presentations must be submitted to BostonFIG Talks by the original author of the presentation.

Deadline: March 29th, 11:59pm!

Notifications of acceptance will go out by April 5th, 2020.

Speakers are financially responsible for their own transportation and housing, though BostonFIG may be able to assist with finding free accommodations with other local attendees/indies. All BostonFIG Talks attendees and speakers will receive breakfast and lunch as part of the event.

SUBJECT MATTER
BostonFIG is looking for strong presenters and content that has to do with digital, physical, and mixed media games in the areas of game design, game development, and game business topics. The talks will be split up into 3 tracks: Design, Development, and Business.

 

  • Design Topics: Conceptual and theoretical game design models, art, audio, narrative, and structural design
  • Development Topics: Hardware, software, asset creation, and project development
  • Business Topics: Team creation and management, finances, project management, legal issues, publishing logistics
  • Method - "How to" instructional lectures, workshops, etc.
     

 Other topics will be considered that don't fit these categories if the topic is particularly interesting. 


Contact

BostonFIG Talks Chair - Kiara Vincent - kiara@bostonfig.com
 
 

EVENT DETAILS
Boston FIG Learns 2020 will take place on Sunday, May 3rd at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Please submit your talk by filling out this submission form. All presentations must be submitted to Boston FIG Learns by the original author of the presentation.


Deadline: March 29th, 11:59pm!    


Notifications of acceptance will go out by April 5th, 2020.

Speakers are financially responsible for their own transportation and housing, though BostonFIG may be able to assist with finding free accommodations with other local attendees/indies. All BostonFIG Learns attendees and speakers will receive breakfast and lunch as part of the event, and a speaker t-shirt.  


SUBJECT MATTER
BostonFIG is looking for strong presenters and content that has to do with digital, physical, and mixed media games in the areas of academic research, hands on/classroom experience, and student experience topics. The talks will be split up into 3 tracks: Academic, Classroom, and Student.    
 

  • Academic Topics: Presenting research on a particular topic of study relating to games.  
  • Hands on/Classroom Topics: Teaching techniques, museum games, gamified learning, using games in classroom settings, EDULarps, etc.   
  • Student Topics: Breaking into the industry, building portfolios, taking the right courses, understanding game businesses, etc.   
  • Method: How to's, instructional lectures, workshops, etc.

 Other topics will be considered that don't fit these categories if the topic is particularly interesting. 


Contact

BostonFIG Talks Chair - Kellian Adams - kellian@greendoorlabs.com

Boston FIG