We are looking to work with a set designer/model maker on a project centred around miniature dioramas. Work will include working with the us to first of all develop initial concepts for 12 mini sets and then the creation sourcing and building of the pieces.
Fee is negotiable and would be based on experience. If interested in the project work would have to be completed through August. If interested please contact Alison John ( email@example.com ) for further information…Continue
Added by Julian Sykes on July 26, 2016 at 21:36 — No Comments
It's been a while since we have put a game on in Cardiff. So we felt that it was about time we looked at doing one. At the moment we are at a really interesting time of developing as a company. We are looking at how the company and it's work is moving and how we want to move in the future. We have decided as part of this development to begin the process of looking at…Continue
Added by Julian Sykes on August 6, 2014 at 15:22 — No Comments
We are pleased to announce that we have secured funding from the Arts Council of Wales for playARK Games Festival and Talks 2013. The Festival will take place at the beginning of November in Cardiff and we are delighted that the Wales Millennium Centre have agreed to partner us this year and play host to the festival.
Well it's just about a month away until #EYESPY. It's the third spy game we have put on but by far this is the one with the most story and general scale to it. After our last two games of everwake and…Continue
Added by Julian Sykes on April 1, 2012 at 21:10 — No Comments
We are looking for actors to get involved in a Games festival later on this year. We are particularly interested in people wanting to play roles within our game Whitestalker.
GAME PREMIERE - WHITESTALKER - Saturday 1 October - 6-8pm
A Ghostly happening, everyone has a story don't they? Will you free them? You will have to play to find out...
playARK is Cardiff's very own games festival. At the end of September we will be bringing together a mix of…Continue
Added by Julian Sykes on May 31, 2011 at 17:05 — No Comments