Workshops

3:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Amigurumi Basics for Beginners

For the absolute beginner! Ever see a super-cute Amigurumi and want to make one? Well, now you can. In this workshop, you will learn the basics of crochet, yarn types, and hooks, as well as learn how to read a basic amigurumi pattern. Then, make a basic amigurumi pattern. (1 hour. Limit 28 participants. $5 fee.)

Moderator: Cat of WhiskersandBeans

Panelists: Cat of WhiskersandBeans

Tracks: Maker, Art, Workshop

4:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Artwork in Progress: A Design and Color Workshop

SF artist and illustrator W.J. Hodgson offers an in-depth review of design and color concepts artists can use to punch up their pieces. Whether it's conveying a message with your work, making it more collectible, or you just want to get a better handle on a work-in-progress that's not quite coming together, this lecture and hands-on technique demo is for you. Sketch supplies provided, but you may also bring a small in-process 2-D piece for review. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants.)

Moderator: W J Hodgson

Panelists: W J Hodgson

Tracks: Art, Workshop

3:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Authors on F.I.R.E.

The dream of every aspiring creator is to make a living selling their art. We ALL dream about hitting the big time and quitting our day jobs. Unfortunately, 99.99% of us still need those day jobs. But what if there was another option? F.I.R.E., or Financial Independence Retire Early, is a movement of regular folks who are learning how to save and invest their money towards buying back their freedom. In this session, author Phillip Drayer Duncan helps our creative friends view finances a little bit differently, teaching the basics of saving and investing, and merging the idea of pursuing creative endeavors with building a financial backbone toward an early retirement. Because we all just want the time to focus on our art. (1 hour. Limit 14 participants.)

Moderator: Phillip Drayer Duncan

Panelists: Phillip Drayer Duncan

Tracks: Writing & Publishing, General Interest, Workshop

4:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Bernina OKC Makeshop: Drawstring Bags

Come and make a multipurpose drawstring bag. It can hold anything from dice to cards to the shrunken heads of your enemies. See the BERNINA display in the Exhibitors Hall for examples. A kit with all the supplies needed is provided. The class is for beginner sewists. (2 hours. Limit 15 participants.)

Moderator: Rachel Couch

Panelists: Rachel Couch, Bernina OKC

Tracks: Maker, Workshop

4:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Body Art 101: Full Coverage Options and Products

Ever wanted to cosplay a colorful character, but had no idea where to start to get realistic-looking blue skin? In this class you will learn about different ways to create full-coverage makeup for cosplay, including mixing your own custom colors, different kinds of body paint and ways to apply them, and airbrushing sweat/transfer-proof, alcohol-based makeup. Your host will go over pricing, sourcing, and removal, as well as an introduction on how to use an airbrush system. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $10 fee.)

Moderator: Vanessa Green

Panelists: Vanessa Green

Tracks: Art, Cosplay, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Build a Dress Form

Use t-shirts, duct tape, and stuffing to build a dress form just for you! BYO old t-shirt you're comfortable transforming into this item. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Lollalotus

Panelists: Lollalotus, Lauren Howard (Stellae Cosplay)

Tracks: Maker, Costuming & Fashion, Cosplay, Workshop

5:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Ink Pendant Make-and-Take

Join Sara Felix and make a pendant with alcohol inks! Space themed or just abstract colors, the inks are vibrant colors that have a mind of their own. You will take away a necklace and pendant that you create! (1 hour. Limit 10 participants. $15 fee.)

Moderator: Sara Felix

Panelists: Sara Felix

Tracks: Maker, Art, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Live Cosplay Studio Photography How-To

Please bring your cameras to this workshop (cellphones don't count). Participants will be taught the basics of photography, photographer etiquette, model etiquette, and will have the opportunity to photograph a cosplayer in a studio setup. We will interact with a live model while also getting the opportunity to take photos at the same time. Whether you are a novice or an expert, this is an opportunity to sharpen your skills. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $10 fee.)

Moderator: Squirrelly Jedi Photography

Panelists: Squirrelly Jedi Photography

Tracks: Maker, Cosplay, Art, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Minis Painting Workshop: Two Thin Coats -- An Intro to Miniature Painting (Beginner)

This class will go over the basics of painting. From types of brushes to putting paint on models. We will briefly cover painting essentials such as why primer is important, cleaning different miniatures, a dabble of color theory, and then basic steps to paint miniatures. This class will have both lecture and hands-on painting. This class is geared to beginners and people just entering the hobby, so please feel free to ask questions! (3 hours. Limit 28 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Robert Henderson

Panelists: Robert Henderson

Tracks: Gaming, Art, Maker, Workshop

8:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Minis Workshop: Dressed to Impress -- Blending Techniques for Cloth and Leather (Intermediate)

This is an intermediate-level class. This class will concentrate on how to blend your paints to get smooth transitions on your models. We will particularly be focusing blending on cloth and other accessories such as bags and boots. This will be a hands-on lecture-style class, meaning you'll be getting information while painting your mini! (3 hours. Limit 14 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Mike Kirk

Panelists: Mike Kirk

Tracks: Maker, Gaming, Art, Workshop

1:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Photoshop Skills for Cosplay Shoots

Learn how to turn your cosplay photos into something eye-catching, unique, and magical by using Photoshop. R Karch Photography gives you the step-by-step process on changing backgrounds, adding lights, adding weather effects, making images pop, and more. (1 hour. Limit 14 participants. $5 fee.)

Moderator: R Karch Photography

Panelists: R Karch Photography

Tracks: Cosplay, Maker, Art, Workshop

1:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Professional Development for Teachers: Brainstorming a Story

Can brainstorming really create a story that has never existed before in just a few minutes? Our workshop will define the three components of story (characters, plot, setting) with examples. We will then use improvisation and synthesis to ideate something new we can describe and define, which we will apply to these components to create a story that has never existed before. Further discussion will show how these techniques may also be applied to other fields of learning. (1 hour. Limit 14 participants.)

Moderator: Jeff Provine

Panelists: Jeff Provine

Tracks: Writing & Publishing, Professional Development, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Professional Development for Teachers: Genre YA and the Classroom

Genre YA allows teachers to provide mirrors, windows, and sliding doors for students to see analogous experiences of themselves and their peers in the classroom as part of rigorous curriculum and instruction. As school literary choice becomes more of a curricular necessity for teachers in Oklahoma and nationwide, YA lit provides an opportunity to engage students in transferable analytical skills in the classroom while providing multilevel scaffolding for reading exploration and mastery. Please bring your curriculum standards. We will work to help identify texts and strategies for decoding and using YA lit in the classroom! (1 hour. Limit 14 participants.)

Moderator: Shai Fenwick

Panelists: Shai Fenwick

Tracks: Professional Development, Writing & Publishing, Workshop

2:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Professional Development for Teachers: Integrating Math with Art

This is a creative approach to basic geometric shapes and graphing. Part 1: Learn to draw Celtic knot work with graphs. Part 2: Use the Victorian art form of quilling to explore geometric shapes. Professional development certificates for educators will be available on request. Ages 12 and up. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants.)

Moderator: Melinda LaFevers

Panelists: Melinda LaFevers

Tracks: STEM, Professional Development, Art, Workshop

4:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Stuffed Animal Make & Take: Quick Stuffie

Come make a simple stuffed animal. No sewing required. Use scissors, tie knots, insert eyes, and decorate your own whale or dinosaur stuffie. Children under 7 should be accompanied by an adult. (Two 30-minute sessions. Limit 14 participants per session. $15 fee/session.)

Moderator: Brenna Deutchman

Panelists: Brenna Deutchman

Tracks: Maker, Art, Workshop

2:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Amigurumi for Intermediate Makers

Do you know how to crochet but have never attempted making amigurumi? Have you made a few amigurumi but want to learn a bit more? This session is for you. In this session you will learn how to make small parts like horns and limbs, how to sew them on, and more advanced crochet techniques like the invisible decrease. (1 hour. Limit 28 participants. $5 fee.)

Moderator: Cat of WhiskersandBeans

Panelists: Cat of WhiskersandBeans

Tracks: Maker, Art, Workshop

10:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Bernina OKC Makeshop: Drawstring Bags

Come and make a multipurpose drawstring bag. It can hold anything from dice to cards to the shrunken heads of your enemies. See the BERNINA display in the Exhibitors Hall for examples. A kit with all the supplies needed is provided. The class is for beginner sewists. (2 hours. Limit 15 participants.)

Moderator: Rachel Couch

Panelists: Rachel Couch, Bernina OKC

Tracks: Maker, Workshop

4:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Bernina OKC Makeshop: Simple Tote Bags

Come and make a small, simple tote bag. It will measure approximately 9" tall, 8" wide, and 3" deep, the perfect size for books and comics! See the BERNINA display in the Exhibitors Hall for examples. A kit with all the supplies needed is provided. This class is for beginner sewists. (2 hours. Limit 15 participants.)

Moderator: Rachel Couch

Panelists: Rachel Couch, Bernina OKC

Tracks: Maker, Workshop

2:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Build a Tiara

Join Sara Felix in a tiara-making workshop. Follow along, or make it your own. She will show you the basic techniques to make a gorgeous tiara fit for any fae prince or princess. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $20 fee)

Moderator: Sara Felix

Panelists: Sara Felix

Tracks: Art, Maker, Workshop

3:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Choosing and Using Free Game-Design Software

Developing a tabletop boardgame from alpha to beta testing can encumber designers with prohibitive expenses. This demonstration and workshop will supply participants with a surplus of free-to-use online applications for the layout, construction, editing, and manufacture of original and print-on-demand board and card games. Applications will include Canva, Lunapic, Background Removal, Token Tool, and Vector. This workshop is ideal for participants that lack formal training in digital design software but wish to enhance test copies of their boardgame designs and resources for existing tabletop games. (1 hour. Limit 14 participants. $5 fee.)

Moderator: Barrett Huddleston

Panelists: Barrett Huddleston

Tracks: Gaming, Maker, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Dynamic Figure Drawing with JEO Creations

Bring your sketchpad and join us for a lesson on constructing and composing figures in dynamic poses! Learn the basics of constructing figures utilizing proportion and composition. Attendees will learn about its history from the great masters of art and comics. Join Eric Osborn (“We Promised Utopia,” “Hiro Doggie: Space Corgi,” Enigma Machine,” Literati Press Art Director) for a lecture and live demo on dynamic drawing techniques! For more information on the artist, go to www.jeocreations.com. (1 hour. Limit 28 participants.)

Moderator: Eric Osborn

Panelists: Eric Osborn

Tracks: Comics, Art, Workshop

1:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Light Up Your Costumes: A Gemma Wearable Processor How-To

This introductory workshop will teach you the basics of CircuitPython using a Gemma M0 processor. The Gemma has an onboard DotStar LED, so no soldering will be necessary. We’ll even build a basic prop for you to show off! We will have appropriate software for PC and Mac laptops. If your computer doesn’t use either operating system, then a text editor will work. There’s just an extra step you need to take, and we’ll show you what to do. (If you’ve used Python before, you may have Mu or EMACS on your laptop. If so, you’re good to go!) (2 hours. Limit 12 participants. $15 fee.)

Moderator: Julie Barrett

Panelists: Julie Barrett

Tracks: Cosplay, Maker, STEM, Costuming & Fashion, Workshop

1:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Minis Painting Workshop: Growing in the Hobby -- Painting Your Second Miniature (All Skill Levels)

This class will be both for beginners and intermediate levels. This class will concentrate on growing and developing in the miniature-painting hobby. We will be discussing how to set reasonable expectations, process feedback, and developing a personal style. Additionally, this class will focus on helping students overcome roadblocks and how to push past issues that might arise. Hands-on painting will be based on class students' requests. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $15 fee.)

Moderator: Matt Cavanaugh

Panelists: Matt Cavanaugh

Tracks: Gaming, Art, Maker, Workshop

10:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Minis Painting Workshop: Painting the Future -- Mecha Machines (All Skill Levels)

This class will be both for beginners and intermediate levels. This will focus on the basics of how to paint mechs and machines using various techniques which could include washing, drybrushing, forms of weathering, etc. This will be a hands-on lecture-style class, meaning you'll be getting information while painting your mini! (3 hours. Limit 14 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Cap’n Ed

Panelists: Cap’n Ed

Tracks: Maker, Gaming, Art, Workshop

5:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Minis Painting Workshop: Skincare Routine -- Blending and Shading Techniques for Skin Tones (Intermediate)

This is an intermediate-level class. This class will concentrate on how to blend your paints to get smooth transitions on your models. We will particularly be focusing blending on cloth and other accessories such as bags and boots. This will be a hands-on lecture-style class, meaning you'll be getting information while painting your mini! (3 hours. Limit 14 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Matt Cavanaugh

Panelists: Matt Cavanaugh

Tracks: Gaming, Art, Maker, Workshop

3:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Podcasting 101 with Red Six Podcast

Interactive workshop on recording and publishing a podcast. Learn which mics best suit your needs, what hosting services to use, and how to post it online. BYO equipment for usage tips and tricks, too. The ultimate beginner's guide to podcasting! (1 hour. Limit 28 participants.)

Moderator: Caleb Haldane

Panelists: Caleb Haldane, Nick Johnson, Stevo the Gutter Nerd

Tracks: Podcasting, Workshop

4:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Scrivener Software 101 for Writers (Mac and Windows)

Frustrated with trying to manage your entire novel in Word? Us, too! Scrivener was the game changer we were looking for, but it’s not always easy getting started with a new application. We’ll give you an overview of Scrivener, how to get started using it, and show you some of the benefits, such as: the ability to segregate your novel by scene/chapter/section, how you can store your outline and research in one place, and how you can easily format for either trade or indie publishing with this amazing tool from Literature and Latte. (1 Hour. Limit 14 participants. $5 fee.)

Moderator: J.H. Fleming

Panelists: J.H. Fleming, Phillip Drayer Duncan

Tracks: Writing & Publishing, Workshop

10:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

The Lighted Fairy House – A Polymer Clay Workshop

In this workshop, we will create a small, charming house perfect for a tiny fairy, lit from within by the warm glow of an LED tea light. Participants will be guided step by step in the process, with tips and options to give each creation its own unique stamp. Once the workshop concludes, the finished items will be taken to be baked, allowed to cool completely, and can then be picked up at the designated pick-up station at Con HQ. The fee covers all materials and a printed tutorial of the workshop. Please note: This workshop is designed for adults and teenagers. However, children are welcome to “assist” an adult participant. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $15 fee.)

Moderator: Mitzi Bartlett

Panelists: Mitzi Bartlett, Blair Bartlett - Alternate Realities Studio

Tracks: Maker, Art, Workshop

11:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Suite 204 (Upstairs)

The Way of Tea (Japanese Tea Ceremony)

Presented by Oklahoma Chado, enjoy a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Learn from hostess Kyuragi Sensei about "the way of tea" by experiencing this historic and artful cultural tradition. (30 minutes. Limit 15 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Oklahoma Chado

Panelists: Oklahoma Chado

Tracks: General Interest, Culture & World Affairs, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: Suite 204 (Upstairs)

The Way of Tea (Japanese Tea Ceremony)

Presented by Oklahoma Chado, enjoy a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Learn from hostess Kyuragi Sensei about "the way of tea" by experiencing this historic and artful cultural tradition. (30 minutes. Limit 15 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Oklahoma Chado

Panelists: Oklahoma Chado

Tracks: General Interest, Culture & World Affairs, Workshop

1:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Suite 204 (Upstairs)

The Way of Tea (Japanese Tea Ceremony)

Presented by Oklahoma Chado, enjoy a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Learn from hostess Kyuragi Sensei about "the way of tea" by experiencing this historic and artful cultural tradition. (30 minutes. Limit 15 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Oklahoma Chado

Panelists: Oklahoma Chado

Tracks: Culture & World Affairs, General Interest, Workshop

2:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Suite 204 (Upstairs)

The Way of Tea (Japanese Tea Ceremony)

Presented by Oklahoma Chado, enjoy a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Learn from hostess Kyuragi Sensei about "the way of tea" by experiencing this historic and artful cultural tradition. (30 minutes. Limit 15 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Oklahoma Chado

Panelists: Oklahoma Chado

Tracks: General Interest, Culture & World Affairs, Workshop

3:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Suite 204 (Upstairs)

The Way of Tea (Japanese Tea Ceremony)

Presented by Oklahoma Chado, enjoy a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Learn from hostess Kyuragi Sensei about "the way of tea" by experiencing this historic and artful cultural tradition. (30 minutes. Limit 15 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Oklahoma Chado

Panelists: Oklahoma Chado

Tracks: Culture & World Affairs, General Interest, Workshop

10:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Amigurumi Basics for Beginners

For the absolute beginner! Ever see a super-cute amigurumi and want to make one? Well, now you can. In this workshop, you will learn the basics of crochet, yarn types, and hooks, as well as learn how to read a basic amigurumi pattern. Then, make a basic amigurumi pattern. (1 hour. Limit 28 participants. $5 fee.)

Moderator: Cat of WhiskersandBeans

Panelists: Cat of WhiskersandBeans

Tracks: Art, Maker, Workshop

2:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Bernina OKC Makeshop: Simple Tote Bags

Come and make a small, simple tote bag. It will measure approximately 9" tall, 8" wide, and 3" deep, the perfect size for books and comics! See the BERNINA display in the Exhibitors Hall for examples. A kit with all the supplies needed is provided. This class is for beginner sewists. (2 hours. Limit 15 participants.)

Moderator: Rachel Couch

Panelists: Rachel Couch, Bernina OKC

Tracks: Maker, Workshop

2:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Body Art 102: Detailing Techniques

As any cosplayer can tell you, everything is in the details. Once you put down your base makeup layer, what’s next? This class will go over products and techniques to take your character to the next level. Learn how to get that superhero musculature, how to give yourself dimension and texture, and how to make an inhuman character look more authentic. Class will include body paint, powders, and airbrush techniques. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $10 fee.)

Moderator: Vanessa Green

Panelists: Vanessa Green

Tracks: Art, Cosplay, Workshop

10:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Build a Tiara

Join Sara Felix in a tiara-making workshop. Follow along, or make it your own. She will show you the basic techniques to make a gorgeous tiara fit for any fae prince or princess. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Sara Felix

Panelists: Sara Felix

Tracks: Art, Maker, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Building Better Futures

How to use Design and Foresight tools to build plausible futures for writing, games, movies, cosplay, and more. Professional futurist Tim Morgan aka Everyday Futurist guides this introductory session on future-minded thinking. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants.)

Moderator: Everyday Futurist

Panelists: Everyday Futurist

Tracks: STEM, Culture & World Affairs, Business & Marketing, General Interest, Science Fiction, Workshop

10:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 2 Boardroom

Clay Sculpting Make & Take

Using air-dry clay, learn sculpting techniques from master potter Peri Charlifu to make your own unique piece. (2 hours. Limit 10 participants. $15 fee.)

Moderator: Peri Charlifu

Panelists: Peri Charlifu

Tracks: Maker, Art, Workshop

11:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Designing Book Covers with Chaz Kemp

Grab your laptop, iPad, or notebook and join award-winning artist and illustrator Chaz Kemp to learn how to design a book cover. Chaz will help you understand WHY certain elements are important so you can get started ASAP on your book-cover project. For artists and authors. (1 hour. Limit 28 participants.)

Moderator: Chaz Kemp

Panelists: Chaz Kemp

Tracks: Art, Writing & Publishing, Workshop

2:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

How to Register Your Copyright

While a work is copyrighted from the moment of creation, only by registering your copyright can you seek damages for an infringement. Attorney, author, and editor Julia S. Mandala will walk you through the registration process, explain the meaning of legal terms used on the copyright-registration website, and answer your questions. (2 hours. Limit 14 participants. $10 fee.)

Moderator: Julia S. Mandala

Panelists: Julia S. Mandala

Tracks: General Interest, Business & Marketing, Workshop

10:00 AM | Location: Embassy Hotel: Bedlam 1 Boardroom

Minis Workshop: Gussied Up – Painting Faces & Hair (Intermediate)

This is an intermediate-level class. This class will focus on techniques to use while painting facial features. This class will give methods to paint the smaller, but important, details of the face such as eyes. This class will also address ways to blend and highlight hair of the miniature as well. This will be a hands-on lecture-style class, meaning you'll be getting information while painting your mini! (3 hours. Limit 14 participants. $20 fee.)

Moderator: Mike Kirk

Panelists: Mike Kirk

Tracks: Gaming, Art, Maker, Workshop

1:00 PM | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Pattern Hacking for Cosplay

Do you have a hard time finding a sewing pattern for the cosplay you want to make? And when you do find one, it's super confusing to use? Learn how to break down your cosplay's design to pick the best sewing pattern(s). We'll also cover how to read and understand the pattern instructions. (1 hour. Limit 14 participants.)

Moderator: Whitney Sews

Panelists: Whitney Sews

Tracks: Cosplay, Maker, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: Crimson Meeting Room

Podcasting 102 with Red Six Podcast

Welcome to Podcasting 102. This workshop will discuss post-production editing tools for beginners to make your podcast sound like a professional recording. Join the Red Six Podcast as they use editing software to remove room noise, balance audio spikes, and more to improve the audio quality of your podcast. (1 hour. Limit 28 participants.)

Moderator: Caleb Haldane

Panelists: Caleb Haldane, Michael Cross, Nick Johnson, Stevo the Gutter Nerd

Tracks: Podcasting, Workshop

Noon | Location: Embassy Hotel: JQH Boardroom

Stuffed Animal Make & Take : Design Your Own

Come design and create your own simple stuffed animal. Hand sewing required. Design, hand sew, and stuff your own plushie! Children under 7 should be accompanied by an adult. (1 hour. Limit 14 participants. $15 fee.)

Moderator: Brenna Deutchman

Panelists: Brenna Deutchman

Tracks: Art, Maker, Workshop