The new steampunk convention emphasizes entertainment, but also includes panels and more
Stabbing Westward, Rasputina, Victor Sierra, and a host of other musical acts will take the stage as Steampunk Con debuts June 21-23 in Piscataway, New Jersey. The convention will also feature panels, parties, vendors, and a costume contest.
All-star makers and musical guests lead the program for the steampunk fest in New Jersey
C.O.G.S. Expo, which arose in 2018 from the rubble of the Steampunk World’s Fair, will return May 17-19 to North Jersey with a program that includes panels, workshops, musical acts, gaming, contests, parties, vendors, and more.
This juried art exhibition is tied to the Morris Museum’s Murtogh D. Guinness Collection
The Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey plans a March 15 opening for “Simply Steampunk,” a juried exhibition featuring 18 kinetic sculptures by 12 artists. Running through August 11, it’s the second installment in the “Cache of Kinetic Art” series.
The Sheraton Parsippany Hotel in New Jersey will host the steampunk event in May 2019
The organizers of C.O.G.S. Expo announced the location, theme and pricing for next year’s event. Scheduled for May 17-19, 2019, it will be held at the Sheraton Parsippany Hotel in New Jersey, notable for its medieval castle exterior.
The Radisson Piscataway will host Steampunk Con, as C.O.G.S. Expo seeks a new home
VampireFreaks, an organization best known for hosting a massive social network for the gothic-industrial community, is planning to launch a new steampunk convention next year in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Thanks to a new volunteer effort, there will be a steampunk event this May in New Jersey
After the collapse of The Steampunk World's Fair, and the ill-fated attempt of the Silver Phoenix Society to put on a replacement event, a group of volunteers has stepped forward to stage C.O.G.S. Expo, May 4-6, 2018, at the Radisson Piscataway.
Misconduct allegations sink one of the largest steampunk events
The Steampunk World's Fair, billed as the largest steampunk festival on the East Coast, has apparently met its demise in the wake of allegations against Jeff Mach, whose company produced the event. . .