7 p.m. to 9 p.m. — Northwest Film Forum in Seattle’s Capitol HIll neighborhood
Ticket prices: Free for members of Three Dollar Bill Cinema, $5 for not-yet-members ($6.16 with fees)
Get ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day with this collection of short films from past screenings at TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival and Translations Film Festival! The event page lists 12 short films. Read them here.
All Geeks, All Games is an event developed by Mox Boarding House to celebrate and promote diversity and inclusiveness in the local gaming community. Everyone is welcome to come by and play board games, play Magic the Gathering, miniature gaming, and more! The event is completely Free!
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jan. 5 is opening night at Pioneer Square’s Gallery4Culture, but the exhibition runs through Jan. 26.
David Jaewon Oh’s Combatants captures the strength and honesty of women in combat sports. The sights and sounds of the often male-dominated gyms where they train come to life in this series of intimate photographic portraits that explore personal identity and gender roles.
From left to right: Li Kovacs, Pisara, Cheyenne Jaz Wise
Where do you draw your inspiration from when cosplaying?
When at GeekGirlCon, make sure to share your cosplay with us on social with #GGC2016! AND elevate your craft by learning from some of these lovely featured contributors who are sharing their fandom, expertise, and passion at GeekGirlCon 2016!
A GeekGirlCon volunteer at Washington State Conference Center in Seattle, Washington during Con in October 2015. Photo by Danny Ngan
We love the geeky things we do.
It’s why GeekGirlCon is powered by a 100% passionate, volunteer-run organization (and 501c3 nonprofit) dedicated to putting on a fantastic con that celebrates women in science, tech, gaming, comics, and all other geekdoms. Take a look in this infographic at what we had going on last year!