SEVEN Weeks until Symposium 2019

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There are now just SEVEN WEEKS left until the Symposium . . . LESS than TWO MONTHS!

THREE weeks remain to get the Midwest Steampunk BIG Ticket that saves up to 25% off your tickets if you are planning on being at both the Symposium in March and the Chicago Steampunk Exposition in September. Click Here to learn more.

THREE weeks left to purchase Premium Tickets to the Symposium – click HERE to learn more about these exclusives.

THREE weeks left to secure yourself the exclusive 2019 Symposium Pin . . .

 


This year’s exclusive 2019 Steampunk Symposium pins are included with weekend badges and premium badges ordered before midnight on February 28th, 2019.

Regular weekend badges will receive the Standard Pin that features the crest of the Cincinnatus Academy of Science & Sorcery, and those with premium weekend badges will recieve the Premium Pin.

 

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Guest of Honor – James Neathery

This week we added a new guest of honor to the list of attractions at the Symposium this March.

James Neathery is an artist and maker from Nashville, TN. He began working on small leather projects as a hobby in early 2011, focusing on steampunk and dieselpunk.

Since then, James has moved from small leather projects into other areas such as armor, electronics, metalwork, and fabrication, but he is probably best known for his hand crafted leather watches. His work landed him a spot on the TV series Steampunk’d.

Click HERE to learn more about James Neathery.


Cincinnatus Academy of
Science & Sorcery

The first details of our immersive storyline were revealed this week . . . the weekend will be spent searching for Steamtastic Beast, but now we know a bit more about the locale in which we shall looking for them . . . a magical school that is playing host the Symposium!

Click HERE to learn more! 

 


“Cry for the Moon”

SCOWL is a New York City based, action-packed theatrical presentation combining stage combat choreography, acrobatics, and mixed media to create queer and trans inclusive theatrical performance with a sports appeal.

This March SCOWL will be performing “Cry for the Moon,” a battle between London Jack the Werewolf and Carmilla Hellmont the Monster Huntress, and this week they gave us a series of preview videos from these two formidable foes . . .

 


Upcoming Posts . . .

  • Airship Registration guidelines.
  • 2019 Schedule Release

And other such delights . . .

 


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