Join host GeekGirlCon to welcome three fantastic musicians to our Benefit Concert at the White Rabbit in Fremont!
Jonny Nero Action Hero has performed for us before; he has been performing for fifteen years, and writing his own material for ten years.
Nursehella was born and raised in British Columbia, Canada; this will be the Canadian rapper’s first performance for GeekGirlCon.
Shubzilla, GeekGirlCon’s own Public Relations Content Producer, debuted at NerdcoreNow’s First Annual Vocalist/Producer Challenge.
Add these three talented performers together, and we get a smashing nerd concert. Proceeds go to benefit GeekGirlCon and our mission. Tickets are available at Brown Paper Tickets; get online and buy yours now!
Join GeekGirlCon for a fun and geektastic evening of nerdlesque — combining the best of gaming nerdery and the new burlesque — and fundraiser for GeekGirlCon ‘12. JOYstick is put together by gamers for gamers, this celebration brings together the world of video games with the allure and fun of burlesque.
JOYstick! is a full-fledged dedication to the gaming world. The performers are gamers of all types, ready to take -1 (or more) to their armor in what will surely be an epic evening.
Details and cheat codes:
When: July 20th and 21st, 2012
Time: Doors open at 7:00 P.M., show starts at 8:00 P.M.
Where: Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Avenue South, Seattle, WA
Cost: General Admission $20 in advanced, $25 at the door,Click here to buy tickets!
JOYstick! will be hosted by Vanadium Silver and will showcase performances by: Whisper De Corvo, Fosse Jack, Miss Elaine Yes, Rachel Jackson with Paul Velasquez, Iva Handfull, Lady Laycock, Scarlett O’Hairdye, Lexi Luthor, Seraphina, Shubzilla, The Norse Goddess with Izzy Insidious, Bolt Action.
Questions? Contact Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org. No photography of performances allowed. Only our staff photographer is allowed to take pictures during the performance.
JOYstick! is a fundraiser supporting GeekGirlCon, which is dedicated to celebrating female involvement in all fields of science and technology; comics, arts, and literature; and game play and game design. GeekGirlCon ‘12 takes place August 11-12 at The Conference Center in downtown Seattle. Get your passes now!
GeekGirlCon continues to look for ways to use our (very) limited budget to provide awesome perks, events, and deals for our fans. This year, we have partnered with an amazing set of Community Business Partners, who have agreed to offer fantastic discounts or deals to anyone who is a GeekGirlCon Individual Sponsor.
We encourage you to level up and become an Individual Sponsor of GeekGirlCon to take advantage of these awesome benefits today. We have a variety of sponsorship levels, from Gold, to Silver, to Platinum — all the way up to Unobtainium!
Act Nerdy With Me!GeekGirlCon and NERDProv present a raucous night of improvisational theater from audience suggestions. Rest assured that our audience will be a room full of geeks! Buffy Summers in a regency romance aboard the Galactica? You never know what fanatical combinations come to life at a NERDPRov show. Join us Friday, September 16 at the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, 4408 Delridge Way SW in West Seattle. Tickets are $10.00 at the door. Doors at 7:30 p.m. Show starts at 8:00 p.m.
NERDProv, a special team from Unexpected Productions, has performed at Emerald City Comicon, PAX, and TheaterSports. Don’t miss this chance to see a bunch of quick thinking geeks and nerds ham it up over sci-fi, fantasy, role-playing games, tech, cartoons, and Joss Whedon.
Come one and come all! GeekGirlCon presents Tempting Tarts Burlesque on Saturday, July 23 at Re-Bar in Seattle. Join us for a night of show-womanship as the Tempting Tarts dance the night away in support of GeekGirlCon. Show is 21+. Tickets are $10 with doors at 7 p.m. and show starts at 8:00. Don’t be late!
This is a show you won’t want to miss! Come early to meet GeekGirlCon staff and volunteers and shop GeekGirlCon crafts and artist prints.
Show us proof of purchase for your GeekGirlCon pass and receive $2 off ticket price at the door. Still need passes for GeekGirlCon? Buy them now at Brown Paper Tickets.
On Sunday June 5, GeekGirlCon is walking with IGNITE to raise awareness of women working in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and reverse the stereotype of technology as a competitive, solitary, masculine career choice which is keeping girls away from STEM.
Our Geek Girl network has been shrinking when it comes to women seeking careers in STEM! According to IGNITE, an organization focused inspiring young women to pursue the science and tech fields, women represent only 15% of the industry today. That is a big decrease from the 1980 when women were 35% of those fields. GeekGirlCon wants to reverse this trend and you can help us.
Register to walk with us on June 5 or sponsor our staff and volunteers who will lace up their trainers and don warm-ups for a cause we vehemently support. Visit IGNITE for more information and donate. Support GeekGirlCon walkers: Arwen Morton, Amanda McGall, Kelly Clark, Jen Stuller, Anna Daniell, Erica McGillivray, and Adrienne Fox. Please feel free to join us at the registration table at 1pm.
IGNITE states, “When you join this Walk, you are taking a stand for a brighter future, where women participate equally with men and have a say in how technology can improve the lives of people everywhere around the globe.” GeekGirlCon totally agrees.
Gain entry with $7 at the door or $6 with a canned food donation. The Sunset Tavern is located 5433 Ballard Avenue NW in Seattle’s the Ballard neighborhood and now serves dinner from 5-9 p.m. Canned food donations will go to the Ballard Food Bank.
GeekGirlCon staff and volunteers will be on hand to sell con passes and other GeekGirlCon merchandise. You can pick up prints by our GeekGirlCon Design Team and support our Tsunami Relief Art Sale.
GeekGirlCon enters Dr. Who Contest and Provides for Future Geek Generations
Seattle, WA, February 2011 – GeekGirlCon staff will be participating in BBC America’s Doctor Who TARDIS building contest and will be auctioning off their entry at their upcoming convention.
Starting February 22, construction of the TARDIS will begin at the home of Julia Santo, GeekGirlCon’s Volunteer Coordinator and Secretary. Building will continue every Tuesday at 6:30pm until completion with a goal of finishing construction in just four weeks. “It doesn’t really matter if we win,” Jason Heilpern, GeekGirlCon’s Gaming Coordinator and Doctor Who enthusiast, says. “It’ll be a blast putting it together.” Anyone interested in helping out with this project can email Julia for directions at email@example.com.
The TARDIS will be auctioned off at GeekGirlCon in October and the proceeds donated to special needs children’s charities. Along with the money raised for the TARDIS, GeekGirlCon would like to ask their followers to think of what made them a geek. Be it Star Trek, comics, math class, or Buffy the Vampire Slayer, people are encouraged to purchase an item that represents that fandom. These items will be placed inside the TARDIS and then also donated to charity, encouraging a new geek generation.
“GeekGirlCon strives to give back to the community and inspire geeks of future generations by sharing our passions while helping those in need,” says Erica McGillivray, President & Marketing Director of GeekGirlCon. For more information please go to our Facebook event page. Help us fill the TARDIS with geeky goodness!
All gift donations should be sent to:
815 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104-1404
GeekGirlCon is a non-profit organization passionate about promoting women’s contributions to geek culture. We are having our first annual convention October 8 and 9, 2011 in Seattle at the Seattle Center Northwest Rooms. To find out more about GeekGirlCon visit http://www.geekgirlcon.com.
Contact: Kiri Callaghan
GeekGirlCon Public Relations Manager