Monday 9 April and Tuesday 10 April
See the exhibition at London Games Festival HUB
B1 Victoria House
Ensemble highlights the work being done by games industry creatives from BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) backgrounds. Curator Sharna Jackson brings together work by leading talent in the UK games industry including concept art, sketches, design documents, prototypes and more.
Ensemble will be unveiled during the larger London Games Festival 2018, which runs from 5-15 April 2018 across the capital, before touring key games clusters in the UK. This includes two days at LGF’s HUB event in Bloomsbury on 9 & 10 April, and other activity to be announced.
- your name
- a brief bio (up to 100 words)
- links to your work
- the career moment you're most proud of to date
- one piece of advice you'd give to talent looking to break in to the industry
- a top down photograph of your desk/working space
Also, let us know your availability on week commencing 12 March for a photoshoot and lunch in Central London.
Sharna Jackson has a wealth of experience in digital initiatives within arts and culture, and has held roles at Tate, Design Museum, The Broad in LA and the Royal Collection Trust and consulted for National Maritime Museum, Museum of Childhood, V&A and Science Museum. She is a trustee at Sheffield Doc Fest, New Writing North and Upswing, and a non-exec director at Bright Little Labs.
A steering group that helps guide the exhibition’s content and ethos includes Jackson plus Shahid Ahmad (Ultimatum Games, formerly Sony), Nainita Desai (leading UK composer for BBC, HBO, ITV and more), Kish Hirani (BAME in Games, formerly Sony), Adrian Hon (Six to Start), Nahrein Kemp (Film London), Dr Mitu Khandaker (Spirit AI, NYU Game Center) and Anisa Sanusi (Hutch Games).