Omaha, NE Mini-Conference

11/10/2019 @ 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Krypton Comics, 2809 S 125th Ave #378, Omaha

Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/10/2019
1:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Krypton Comics

Categories


Welcome to the application for the Nebraska Central Region mini-conference of 2019!  This conference will be hosted by Krypton Comics.  This conference is foil-supported.

The Central USA Region is continuing its successful programs of running a number of smaller conferences throughout the year.  This smaller conference model allows cities without a ton of judges to still have a local conference, expanding the reach of our educational efforts. Because our aim is to allow the most number of unique judges possible to attend a conference in 2019, judges are limited to receiving foils at two events during the year (not counting events at which a judge presents) and attendance priority to a given conference will likewise be given to judges who have attended fewer conferences.

In addition, to be eligible for foils, a judge must be certified by the application deadline. Uncertified judges are still welcome to apply and to attend.

Date/Time:

The date of the conference is November 10, 2019

Doors open at 12:30 PM

Conference begins at 1 PM

Presentations:

Presenters for this event will be Brandon Darby, Chase Shank, Nathaniel Graham, and Joe Kull.  Presentations TBD.

Conference Details:

This conference can accept 25 judges.

To be accepted, please write a cover letter, letting us know what you might like to get out of attendance.  Applications with no cover letter will be accepted at a lower priority.  We will also perform rolling acceptances, so be sure to apply sooner than later!

Everyone who applies to the conference will be put as either “attendee” or “standby”.  “Standby” means that, for one reason or another, you are not eligible for foils.  This is only used for tracking attendees’ foil statuses – even if you are marked Standby you are welcome to attend and participate.

Testing for L1 will be available.  If you would like to test, make sure to mention it in your application, and be prepared to show us proof of your readiness when we follow up.  If you do not inform us beforehand, we are unlikely to test you at the conference.