Symposium 2017 Entertainment – Doctor Q

Doctor Q is the resident MC and DJ of Speakeasy Electro Swing Atlanta. When not spinning tunes, he is also the Alternate History Track Director at Dragon Con, as well as the Executive Director for the Artifice Club.

Thomas Willeford Returns to the Symposium

Thomas Willeford is a steampunk writer, artist, maker, and owner of Brute Force Studios. He served as a judge on the TV gameshow Steampunk’d, and his work appeared on television in the Steampunk episode of Castle with Nathan Fillion, and he is a contributor to Bruce Boxleitner’s Lantern City.

Symposium 2017 Session – Steamy Swap Meet

Steamy Swap Meet. Hosted by Tank. An early bird swap meet in the Blue Ash room on Friday from 4PM to 6PM for an exchange of last minute costumes, props, and oddities.

2017 Steampunk Olympics – Dodge City Airship

The Dodge City Airship drops anchor after its long journey from Dodge City. A floating casino and saloon that follows the action and comes prepared to compete. This is the Airship’s third year in the games and looks forward to competing in several competitions again this year. The Airship has taken past titles in both Bocce […]

Aloysius Fox’s Birthday Present to You

Today is my birthday, and each year I have a birthday tradition in which I offer Symposium fans a handful of cheaper tickets to next year’s show . . . because most of you already have your tickets for this year’s Symposium. 30 people will be able to save 30% off weekend tickets to the 2018 International Steampunk […]

Symposium 2017 Session – Datamining – Writers and Research

Datamining – Writers and Research. Presented by Sophia Beaumont & Ash K. Alexander.

2017 Steampunk Olympics – HMA Queen Elizabeth XV

The great Tudor Star liner HMA Queen Elizabeth XV (QEXV) was founded by actors, participants, and playtrons of the Ohio Renaissance Festival. Though we are not strictly made up of said individuals, those who count among our numbers embrace that same mindset we cultivate at the festival; to portray our characters, to be engaging, and […]

Symposium 2017 Session – How to Punk Your Steam: Make it Supernatural

How to Punk Your Steam: Make it Supernatural. Presented by Phoebe Darqueling. Even though they were riding the coattails of the Enlightenment, the 19th century saw an increase in reports of werewolves, doppelgangers, and other things that go bump in the night. In an age of reason, how did people fall for it?

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