PANELS & WORKSHOP
Panel and workshops are interactive ways for fans of almost any subject to discuss and share information and opinions, or to teach a specialized skill.
Want to bring some knowledge or fun to the otaku community? If you have a special talent and/or experience you would like to share, or a series or topic you'd like to discuss, we would like to hear from you!
In the past, we've had in-character events, fun contests, and more at our events, but they can't happen unless someone volunteers to run them! So, if you have an idea for something you'd love to see and are willing to help bring it to life, fill out the form or send an email to email@example.com and we'll see what we can do to make your idea a reality.
BECOMING A PANELIST
So how do you become involved, and what are the rewards of becoming a panelist?
If you would like run a workshop or panel please fill out a panelist registration form and submit it to us!
- Please be sure to include times that you would like your panel to be at, and any times that should be avoided.
- The application deadline for panelists is Saturday, August 24th, 2013. All applications MUST be in by this date to be considered. If the slots fill sooner, applications will be closed so send in your application today!
- If you have a question about the application or about hosting a panel please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In return, we will give you a token of our appreciation. The more panels you do, the better the reward will be. Do four or more, and your admission will be free. You will also be provided with free drinks!
CONTENT & EQUIPMENT
The content of your panel or workshop will be reviewed by the Programming Director. Please ensure that the panel you are running is family friendly if you are planning on running it during the day. We request that if your application is approved that your panel remains on topic and appropriate. If we receive complaints, we reserve the right to close or cancel your panels.
If you require any special equipment just contact us and we will see what we can do. We are limited to what the venue provides within the rooms. Please note that the equipment that Ochiba~Con can provide is limited to the A/V equipment that is available to us. Panelists are responsible for any other type of equipment needed to run a their panel.
If you have any questions, concerns, or special considerations, please contact email@example.com