The Geek/Art CONfluence will return on Sunday, March 26, 2023!

The 2023 CON will once again take place in the Shaffer Art Building at Syracuse University.

We are now accepting proposals for panel presentations, workshops, and activities! See here for complete guidelines for submissions, which are due by February 1, 2023.

Keep an eye on this space and follow our social media: @geekartconfluence on FaceBook, @geekartcon on Instagram, and @geekartcon on Twitter. We’ll make regular announcements on those sites, so Like or Follow them to quickly see any updates!

Who We Are

The Geek/Art CONfluence is a comic con focused on creativity, inclusion, and diversity in geek culture.

The Geek/Art CONfluence is enthusiastically dedicated to providing a diverse, inclusive experience—with a focus on increasing disability awareness within geek culture—in partnership with Syracuse University’s “Cripping” the Comic Con, aka CripCon.

We are committed to accessibility. Panel sessions will include A.I. captioning and some panels will have American Sign Language interpretation. Whenever possible, visual content will be accompanied by image descriptions.

Open to everyone, everywhere, free of charge.

Chris and two members of the 501st Legion at the 2019 Geek/Art CONfluence

Expectations for Behavior at the CON

Be nice!

The point of the CON is to provide a friendly, positive, inclusive, geeky space for a day, for the benefit of people who have not had the chance to experience that kind of thing for a long time.

Harassment, insults, bigotry, and villainous behavior in general will not be tolerated. We may remove anyone who does not uphold this expectation through their speech or behavior.

Questions?

Email Chris Wildrick at chris.wildrick@gmail.com.

You can also visit us on our Facebook site, our Facebook Event page, Instagram, and Twitter.

The Geek/Art CONfluence is here for your geeky needs!

The coordinators of the Geek/Art CONfluence are Frank Cammuso, Chris Wildrick, and Rachael Zubal-Ruggieri, along with a Student Advisory Council of Allie Alongi, Bianca Colon, Kyle Kosakowski, Talia Metcalf, Juli Muldoon, Wenyi Qian, Renée Vetter, Gwen Waiters, and Mali Werner.

You can see archives of the past Geek/Art CONvergences here.

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