DEM 153: SFX Makeup
ART DEMO
Begins: Sa1000
Location: S2
Come learn airbrushing SFX-makeup techniques to accent your costuming needs, or maybe even replace them! Mark Greenawalt will paint the faces and the arm and leg tattoos for two of the actresses in The Villikon Chronicles - Mystere and the Diciples of Dido.
Participants: Mark Greenawalt Donna Wilson Courtney Black

DEM 161: Plotting & Sketching

Begins: Sa1430
Location: S2
Collaborting together, Dave and Kevin will plot and sketch at the same time.
Participants: Dave Dorman Kevin J Anderson

DEM 175: Fabric Painting
ART DEMO
Begins: Sa1300
Location: S2
Learn the basics of painting on fabric from the artist known for her painted big cloaks. A fabric surface will be provided to the first fifteen in attendance so that you may obtain first hand experience. Afterwards, take the art home with you!
Participant: Michele Ellington

DEM 186: Costuming on a Dime

Begins: Sa1600
Location: S2
Learn how to do general costuming on a very low budget. From sci-fi to historical reenactment, some costumes can be made for very low costs.
Participants: Bear Burge Dana Ginsburg

DEM 187: How to Put on Your Own Makeup
Basic Makeup Techniques
Begins: Su1000
Location: S2
Whether a beginner or just looking for some new techniques, this demo with explain some of the basics of makeup and makeup appliances.
Participant: Dana Ginsburg

Panels with code "ART" fall in the realm of "Artistry"
This category deals with aspects of art, from the creative process through techniques to the practical aspects of marketing your work. Included are the arts of costuming, cartooning, fine arts, theater, movies and anime.

ART 024: A Novel Approach
Writing Novelizations to Movies, Comics, and Games
Begins: Sa1730
Location: S5
Come learn what it takes to create a novel out of someonelse's existing work.
Participants: Kevin Anderson John Vornholt Kevin Murphy Tabitha A. Bradley Janeen O'Kerry Ken St. Andre
ART 039: Kids' Insta-Costuming
Grab Bag Costuming
Begins: Sa1200
Location: S2
How to put together a quick costume with materials readily at hand.
Participants: Frances Burns Diane Harris Jean Palmer
ART 074: A Moving Work
Screenwriting from novels, comics, and games.
Begins: Su1000
Location: S5
Come learn what it takes to create a screenplay out of someonelse's existing work.
Participants: Janeen O'Kerry Adam Niswander Kevin A Murphy
ART 080: Bellydance Performance Technique

Begins: Sa1300
Location: PV2
Paula Lary shares her knowledge and expertise in bellydance with beginner and advanced alike.
Participant: Paula Lary
ART 097: The Capture

Begins: Fr1600
Location: S4
A tribute to Kelly Freas.
Participant: jan howard finder
ART 100: Myths, Masks, and Goddesses

Begins: Fr1730
Location: S4
In 1999 Lauren Raine created 20 multi-cultural masks of goddesses from around the world. Over the years the series has been used for theatre, ritual, and by groups of women for personal growth. Through research of spiritual traditions and myths, a creative "conversation" grew as other women used the masks to explore these ancient stories and filled the stories with energy and meaning.
Participant: Lauren Raine
ART 134: Self Promotion for Artists

Begins: Su1300
Location: S3
Learn promotion techniques and mistakes from those in the know.
Participant: Pamelina H
ART 163: Cyberpunk Today

Begins: Sa1200
Location: PV2
A discussion of how this "dead" genre is still present across all forms of media in the 21st century.
Participants: Jack Mangan Ernest Hogan Kevin Murphy Evo Terra
ART 170: Photoshop 101

Begins: Fr2200
Location: S4
See how we built LepreCon XXXI's web site in Photoshop.
Participant: Pamelina H

ART 174: Bronze Sculpture
From Start to Finish
Begins: Sa1600
Location: S4
Michele Ellington will share her digital photojournal of the entire bronze sculpture creation process for one piece. See it start from a copper wire armature, watch the pour, and see all the finishing work. Michele will have the molds, original wax piece, and the final product on hand.
Participant: Michele Ellington

ART 188: Alternative Methods of Comic Publishing
The New Frontier...Internet Comics
Begins: Sa1730
Location: S4
Can a comic book website be used for something more than promotion? A presentation and discussion of publishing comic books on the internet with David Beaty, including a look at the realities of traditional publishing versus Internet publishing and an exclusive preview of BushiTales.com. This is primarily for comic book fans and comic enthusiasts!
Participant: David Beaty

Panels with code "SCI" fall in the realm of "Science"
Good science fiction relies on authors' creative use of believable science and this track is meant to present updates and glimpses of the cutting edges of scientific disciplines and technology.

SCI 018: The Light of Alien Suns

Begins: Sa1300
Location: S4
How a star's spectrum effects its appearance, its planets' habitability and how things would look. This includes a demo of how artwork would look under the light of the sun (full spectrum lamp) versus the light of a red dwarf (incandescent bulb).
Participant: Gerald Nordley
SCI 065: Science in the Movies
Begins: Su1430
Location: S3
What science did the movies get right, and what did they get wrong?
Participants: Bill Nichols Loretta McKibben Evo Terra
SCI 066: How SciFi Advanced Science
Begins: Sa2200
Location: S5
What in science fiction has inspired science? Would we have communicators and datapads now if science fiction hadn't shown the way? What is science working on now that started out in scifi?
Participants: Evo Terra Hugh S Gregory Loretta McKibben Adam Niswander Gerald D Nordley
SCI 085: How to Design Your Academic Career for a Job in Space

Begins: Sa1000
Location: S5
Come learn what you'll need to know to geta career in the space industry.
Participants: Mitchell Burnside Clapp Loretta McKibben Gerald D Nordley Veronica Ann Zabala-Aliberto
SCI 098: Climate Report 2005

Begins: Sa1430
Location: S4
Climate is one of the most complex challenges of the 21st Century. Discover what we know, what we can speculate, and what kind of recommendations are being made in this facinating field of study.
Participant: Bill Nichols
SCI 099: Podcasting
Radio K-YOU
Begins: Sa1600
Location: S5
Podcasting is the newest buzz in the alternative distribution of audio and video content. From radio shows and video productions to audio books and educational seminars, podcasting is changing the world of "broadcasting" to "narrowcasting". Michael and Evo are pioneers in this fastgrowing field and will be talking about ways you can take advantage of this new distribution medium as a fan or content creator. It's cheap and easy to get your voice heard via podcasting!
Participants: Evo Terra Michael Mennenga
SCI 137: Detrimental Effects of Sonor on Marine Animals

Begins: Su1000
Location: S4
See and hear through video, audio, and still photos the adverse affects that Sonar is having on whales and dolphins.
Participants: Ray Poulsen Mike Roberts Afton Love
SCI 157: Rocket Plane Launch System
Begins: Su1200
Location: S5
The Rocket Plane satellite launch system will be lanching satellites from the Norman Oklahoma spaceport within two years.
Participant: Mitchell Burnside Clapp
SCI 158: Hard Science Filk

Begins: Su1100
Location: Filk
Filkers have long turned to the sciences as one of their many muses. Join the filkers as they discuss and perform filk songs inspired by and about hard science.
Participant: Gary Swaty
SCI 162: Electronic Publishing
What it is, what it's not, and how to get published electronically.
Begins: Sa1900
Location: S4
A presentation on Electronic Publishing by author Tabitha Bradley. Introducing participants to the exciting new world of e-books, topics covered will include: what e-books are, what you can read them with, where you can get them, and how a prospective author can break into electronic publishing. This presentation is sponsored by the Electronic Publishing Information Connection (EPIC), representing authors and publishers in the electronic industry.
Participant: Tabitha Bradley
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