Budding animators, gamers and film-makers will have a chance to explore their digital interests in a two-day event at the old Fletcher Jones Factory.
On Friday and Saturday One Day Studios' doors will be open to visit and explore.
Co-founder Gareth Colliton said there would be prop making, foam clay building, 3D animation computer game design workshops and VR experiences available throughout open days.
"It's an opportunity to see what we do because there's a lot of people who don't have much of an idea," he said. "Last year we opened our room and told people what we were thinking of doing and we had a lot of interest.
"We weren't sure if our open day could go ahead with the (coronavirus) restrictions but it's a relief to be able to have it."
Mr Colliton said the digital space was a place for anyone to explore a wide range of creative pursuits and encouraged anyone interested to pop in on either Friday or Saturday.
"We want to reach the people who will get value out of what we do," he said. "We love giving a home to young people who don't always know where they belong.
"We've had several parents from our after school and evening programs in tears when they see their kid come in and create instant friendships and find their purpose. We were all weirdos and outsiders growing up and we want those people to find us."
The open day series is also a platform for anyone to put forward their ideas of what areas One Day Studios should explore.
"Our goal is to create employment pathways in digital media and any charges we have at One Day Studios go directly to that," Mr Colliton said.
"We're very big on community partnerships and creating more out there for people to do in the digital realm. The FJ Precinct is all about connecting and using each others skills."
The open days kick off at 9am on Friday and Saturday. To book the VR experience and to RSVP for the open day head to One Day Studios' website.
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