Tag: Doxacon Seattle

Update: The Future of Doxacon Seattle, 2025 and Beyond

Thank you for your patience! We’ll be holding our Future of Doxacon Seattle meeting on April 6 at 11:30am in the Meeting Room of the Edmonds Public Library! Please join us to dream about the future of Doxacon Seattle! Members of the planning committee will briefly describe where we’ve been, and then we’ll open a …

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Update: The Future of Doxacon Seattle … is rescheduled!

Apologies! Due to some last minute issues, including a positive COVID test among our Board members, we’re NOT meeting tomorrow, March 9. Instead, we are rescheduling for April 6, 2024. It will probably be mid-day, and probably in the North King/South Snohomish area, but we’re still working out the details. In the meantime, you can …

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The Future of Doxacon Seattle Is in Your Hands!

We’re approaching our tenth Doxacon Seattle event in 2025! It’s exciting to celebrate where we’ve been, and to look forward to where we’d like to go! To that end, we’re holding a sort of planning party. We’d love to have as many of you as possible join us in brainstorming ideas for Doxacon Seattle 2025 …

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Still time to volunteer!

A GIF of the scene in The Hunger Games movie where Katniss Everdeen volunteers as tribute in place of her sister (image courtesy Tenor.com)

Doxacon Seattle can’t happen without you! We are looking for volunteers to make 2024 the best event so far. Specifically, we need: The greatest joy at Doxacon Seattle is knowing that you’ve made the day fantastic for someone else who attended. Volunteers who register in advance will receive a special membership rate. If you’re interested, …

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Meet our 2024 presenters!

We’ve already introduced you to our keynote speakers for this year, J.D. Henning and Dcn. Jeremiah Webster. Both will speak from their experience as Christians doing creative work. J.D. will speak on “What Would Jesus Binge Watch? Lessons Learned from a Christian Filmmaker”, and Dcn. Jeremiah will discuss “Follow the Devil: Cultivating the Spiritual Imagination …

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Update to our inclusion statement

Doxacon Seattle has always been committed to hosting a safe and welcoming space for everyone. After some conversations at the table we hosted at a recent local convention, we realized we needed to be more clear about this. After some thought, prayer, and excellent discussions, we the Board of Doxacon Seattle are proud to unveil …

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Presenter application deadline extended!

Doxacon Seattle has a few slots still available for speakers and presenters at our 2024 event! Although the initial deadline for presentation submissions was November 30, we have decided to extend that to December 31, 2023. There’s still time to submit your idea! We are looking for people excited about our mission and theme who …

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Doxacon Seattle 2024 – call for volunteers!

A graphic of hands raised with the title 'volunteer' (image courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

As our main Doxacon Seattle event on February 10 draws nearer, we are looking for volunteers to help make everything happen! We’ll need at least a dozen volunteers to help us both before and during the event to make everything run smoothly. If you love Doxacon Seattle and want to be part of making it …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (November 5-11)

A photo of the train on which the armistice ending World War I was signed (image courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Welcome to this week’s digest! Even as we prepare for our convention, we want to give a shout out to Grit City Comic Show, taking place at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center this weekend. Check it out at their website! Doxacon Seattle 2024 preparations continue on for us – we’re eagerly anticipating our convention on …

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