Sat, 9/10 @ 2PM

1.5 – 2 HRS | $5 SUGGESTED



Bitsy is a little tool for making little games or worlds. It’s fun to use and lets you create games that feel more like reading a page out of your diary, flipping through a DIY zine, or getting a glimpse into a secret world of your own. Instead of making the next blockbuster action game, Bitsy’s simplicity and low-fi feel means you’ll make mini games and tiny worlds that are personal, poetic, narrative, and uniquely yours. In this workshop we’ll learn by doing – by the time you leave you can totally have a working game of your own creation, so come with some ideas! 
Target audience
Total beginners with no prior knowledge assumed.
Materials needed
Access to a laptop & charging cable. Any old laptop will do, as long as it can connect to Wi-Fi.
Don’t forget your power cord / charger! A mouse is helpful but not necessary.
About the instructor

Rob Duarte is an artist and Associate Professor in the Department of Art at FSU. He has degrees in information systems, sculpture, and visual art from UMass, MassArt, and UCSD. He has been teaching workshops and courses on topics like sculpture, creative coding, and electronic/robotic art for over 10 years.

*attendees will not be turned away if they cannot pay the entry fee