Tag: Doxacon Seattle

Our theme for Doxacon Seattle 2024 is . . . !

Every year we choose a theme to help focus our planning, and we’re glad to announce the theme for our 2024 event! At the End of all Things:Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope Every ending is a new beginning, and each new beginning marks the end of what came before. We’re inspired, of course, …

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Incoming summer fun: our July Doxaday!

On Saturday, July 8, you’re invited to join us for our second Doxaday of 2023. We’ll be gathering at the school cafeteria of Saint Mark Catholic Church from noon until 5pm. We’ve got several things planned – a tie-dye event (with Doxacon Seattle t-shirts, no less!), board games, and a BBQ. In order to cover …

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2023 Doxadays

We have set the 2023 Doxadays! For those who recall, Doxadays are a sort of mini-Doxacon – an opportunity to gather several times throughout the year. Though they’re more simply themed, they’re a great way for us to gather together, geek out, and share those things that inspire us. The first of our Doxadays will …

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Doxacon Seattle 2023 follow-up and 2024 update!

We’d like to thank Loren Pontén, John Muehleisen, and Euan Tait for their wonderful keynote panel “Characters, Archetypes, and the Concept of Home: Parallels between Pilgrim Beatitudes (a new cantata by John Muehleisen and Euan Tait) and The Rings of Power.” They will will be presenting John’s latest commission Pilgrim Beatitudes (the subject of the …

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Thank you for an amazing Doxacon Seattle 2023!

Whew! Almost a week since Doxacon Seattle 2023: a great week of soaking in the great memories and catching up on sleep and hydration! We want to thank everyone involved with making it such an amazing day! Our presenters, our vendors, our tireless volunteers, and above all everyone who came out and made connections and …

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Help us spread the word!

The goal of Doxacon is to gather a community of people who are fascinated by both faith and fantasy, who find inspiration both in fictional worlds and in the deep reality of revelation. It is good that we can gather together to share our joy and our insights! It is even better when we make …

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Tickets now on sale!

We know it’s a little later than usual, but every year has brought new challenges and 2022 brought some difficulties with scheduling. But we’re glad we can now announce: Tickets are on sale now! We have two basic* membership options: In-person Membership – $50, includes full in-person access to all events at the Brightwater Center …

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New Artwork for 2023!

We love the imagery, the colors, the hopefulness of this Once again, the talented Reece Friesen has created an image to express our theme for 2023, Pilgrims, Travelers, and Wanderers: What is Home? We love the imagery, the colors, the hopefulness this image has. Whether “home” is the place we return to, or a new …

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We did a small collaboration with Redfin!

Redfin recently posted an article titled ’14 Unique Things to do in Seattle That Every Seattleite Should Know About’. We are delighted to have been included in their list! Check out our entry (towards the bottom of the post, linked above) and the whole list of neat things to do in Seattle, our home city. …

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Submissions for Doxacon Seattle 2023

As the holiday season approaches, we’re also casting our minds forward to Doxacon 2023. Our theme will be Pilgrims, Travelers, and Wanderers: What is Home? – we’re planning on gathering in-person at the Brightwater Center on Saturday, February 11, 2023. A large part of what makes a convention successful are the speakers & presenters, which …

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