Creative Dundee

Make/Share: How do we measure our successes?

Venue: The Beer Kitchen Dundee // Date: June 12 // Time: 7-8:30pm

Make/Share is a free monthly event which brings people together to gain a behind the scenes insight into their creative processes, held on the second Tuesday of each month, at The Beer Kitchen Dundee, from 7pm – 8.30pm.

Join us on Tuesday June 12th and hear short talks by four local makers about the processes behind turning their ideas into reality, and how living and working in Dundee influences their work. The theme for this month is: How do we measure our successes?

Speakers explore how their project or product has evolved, how they experiment, what their biggest challenges have been and how they were overcome. After the talks we have a short opportunity for any questions to the speakers, and for you to share your upcoming events with the group.

We’re delighted that The Beer Kitchen is our official sponsor venue for Make/Share and supports the event with a complementary beer or soft drink at arrival. Also, exclusively for Make/Share attendees, after 5pm you can claim a 10% on any food or drink at the Beer Kitchen!

You don’t need to sign up, just come along!


Speakers this month include:

Matthew Beakes

Matthew is a game artist and illustrator, with an interest in visual development, sequential art, and game design. Working as part of Dundee’s games community, he works on developing mobile games, and pursues personal projects through writing, painting, and comics. This talk will be about how success is always relative, and how maintaining side projects can help keep you productive and creatively engaged. Website: | Twitter: @matthewbeakes

Emelie Edholm

Emelie is about to start her final year as a Game Design and Production student at Abertay University. Last year she’s been the designer for the game “Kinoko”, which was one of the finalists in the Dare Academy competition. Her talk “With a little help from my friends” will be about how we can learn, and prevail, from failure. Twitter: @Radical_Em@Kinoko_TheGame

Niall Moody

Niall is an artist and game developer, as well as a lecturer in Games Audio at Abertay University. His work is primarily concerned with the intersection of sound, visuals, and playful interaction. For Make/Share he’ll be talking about an interactive composition/game he made in 2016 called ‘lingeringInMirroredPlanes’, and how it led him to reconsider how he presents his work to the outside world, and his motivation for creating in the first place. Website: | Twitter: @NiallEM

Fruzsi Pittner

Fruzsi is an illustrator and postgraduate researcher studying at Dundee University. Her passion is community storytelling, worldbuilding and art — starting out with sharing her work online and participating in creative communities sharing fanworks between each other, she now focuses on a research covering story adaptations, the image of Africa, and transmedia storytelling. Her talk will be about the beauty and hardships of online content creation, the relative importance of numbers, and how making stuff that makes her happy helps her keep her skills up. Website: | Twitter: @rynezion

Interesting in sharing your work at Make/Share?

If you’d like to talk about a project you’ve been working on at a future Make/Share, just get in touch with Claire at

Future Make/Share dates and themes are:

July 10th – The Impostor Syndrome

Make/Share will be back in Septembre 2018 – watch our event page for updates on future dates/themes!

7pm – 8.30pm
The Beer Kitchen by Innis & Gunn (*map below)
10 South Tay Street

You don’t need to sign up, just come along!


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