GO423 Symposium

The Game On program and the Game On Symposium supports sector building and sustainability of the local game making industry through strengthening community networks and fostering recognition of our local game making industry.

The Game On Symposium – GO423 is a festival focused on Queensland practitioners and community – from leaders in the field to emerging professionals and students (High School and tertiary level). With a program of presentations, debates, discussions, and exhibition around interactive screen culture and practice, GO423 promotes an understanding of the Queensland and Australian screen production industry within a broad global context.

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Past GO423 Symposia

2016: GO423 pop-up exhibition at the Brisbane Powerhouse

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A very special pop-up exhibition featuring a number of our local studios displaying their creative works to the public in a particularly fine setting by the river.

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2015: Game On Symposium – What if …?

GO423 2015 … What if … August 8 2015 – August 9 2015

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2014: Game On Symposium: 9 – 10  August 2014

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The 2014 GO423 Symposium  offered 27 panel speakers with local, national and international guest speakers, 7 hands-on workshops for ages ranging from 7 – 70, a networking event, an exhibition and an open mic event. It was a great success thanks to all of you and our wonderfull 2014 sponsors

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More about GO423 2014


2013: The second annual Game On Symposium Space to Place offered a full weekend program including guest speakers, room for play testing, and presenting ideas. Over 200 people attended the Symposium from 2 -3 August at Queensland University of Technology’s newly constructed Science and Engineering Centre.

2013 Program –  Photoset via Flickr


2012: The first Game On Symposium: Foreplay to Freeplay (423) offered a full weekend program including guest speakers, room for play testing, and presenting ideas. The symposium was attended by over 200 people and took place across two days (14 and 15 July) and two sites (QUT Creative Industries Precinct and QANTM College Brisbane [now SAE]).

brIGDA and Game On thank our adored sponsors for continued support in putting on our events