Coronavirus outbreak leads to bans on mass gatherings in Ohio, California and other states
Two major steampunk conventions, Clockwork Alchemy in the San Francisco area and the International Steampunk Symposium in Cincinnati, have been postponed due to public health orders related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Steampunk Symposium and Clockwork Alchemy take precautions amid COVID-19 outbreak
Organizers of two upcoming steampunk conventions—Clockwork Alchemy in California and the International Steampunk Symposium in Ohio—say they are going forward with plans for those events despite the outbreak of COVID-19.
Fantastical creatures meet the 1920s at this year’s International Steampunk Symposium
“Steamtastic Beasts” will be the theme as the International Steampunk Symposium returns March 29-31 to Cincinnati. The theme encompasses not only fantastical creatures, but also the 1920s.
Plans announced for gatherings in Chicago, Cincinnati, San Francisco, and Maryland
Organizers of several major steampunk events have announced plans for next year, including dates, locations, themes, and guests. In addition, some deadlines are approaching if you’d like to participate in upcoming events as a vendor or artist.
A report and photo gallery from the 2018 International Steampunk Symposium
The International Steampunk Symposium has been running steadily since 2012, and it's become one of the major steampunk events in the Midwest. What makes a con are the people, and this one is a caring, inclusive, and welcoming event.