Jini Maxwell

Jini Maxwell is a writer and curator who lives in Naarm. They are an assistant curator at ACMI, where they also host the Women & Non-binary gamers club. They write about videogames and the people who make them. You can find them on Twitter @astroblob

Jini's Latest Articles


How to pick the perfect acting school

There are many considerations to make when choosing where to study, from industry to artistry. Here’s how to know which…


Necrobarista, money, and the miserable business of artistic games

The lead artist on the award-winning Melbourne game alleges missing and inconsistent payments, and poor workplace culture. These issues are…


Make the transition from creative to creative professional

We asked JMC Academy alumna Serena Kassam for her best tips for school-leavers who want to study and work in…


Disney comes to ACMI in Australia-first exhibition

'Disney: The Magic of Animation' comes to ACMI in May, bringing over 500 unique Disney artworks to Australia for the…


Facebook bans Australian news

The restrictions on sharing news on Facebook in Australia come in response to the proposed News Media And Digital Platforms…


AIDC mentorship and $25k funding for documentary videogames

State of Play offers development funding and mentorship to strengthen and showcase the collaboration between nonfiction stories and gaming technologies…


Word for Word Festival showcases the power of non-fiction during crisis

Geelong’s non-fiction festival goes online in 2020 with an ambitious program that pushes the envelope and honours its roots.


What can SA's Video Game Development Rebate do for local developers?

The SA Video Game Development Rebate, the first of its kind in Australia, is now available to SA devs. What…


NYWF 2020 brings the best of digital programming

National Young Writers Festival is going online from 1-4 October, and their program delves deep into the possibilities that digital…


JobKeeper 2.0 for sole traders

Here's a rundown of Jobkeeper 2.0, and what the changes to the program might mean for sole traders.

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