09 5 / 2013
03 5 / 2013
If you are interested in getting in on helping us distribute the CommuniCon documentary, please contact me in my ask!
29 4 / 2013
Hi Human Beings! Our wonderful and amazing (and volunteer!) CommuniCon videographers/filmmakers are working hard on Intro to Communal Conventions (to be released May 10!), and want to make sure they cover as much of the event as possible. If you have any video footage from the event that you’d be willing to share, please send a link to the video(s) via twitter (@communiconnews) or email (communicon1 (at) gmail (dot) com).
PLEASE NOTE: By providing a link to your video(s), you are agreeing to have your video (or any portions thereof) included in the CommuniCon documentary film: Intro to Communal Conventions. Sending a link to your video(s) does not guarantee that it will be included. However, if any portion of your video footage is used in the film, you will receive Special Thanks in the credits.
Thanks so much! Hope you’re all looking forward to this film as much as I am!
25 3 / 2013
You beautiful blueberries who have donated have helped me cover 25% of my loss. Thank you so much! Any further help from others would be greatly appreciated.
More details here: http://communicon.tumblr.com/post/46007851218/help-me-avoid-becoming-a-32-year-old-who-bags-groceries
22 3 / 2013
Hi everyone! So, I was really hoping to avoid this, but CommuniCon ended up costing me quite a bit of money, even after I applied the money from tickets and merchandise. I fronted all the costs myself, and was really hoping to break even, but that didn’t happen. I intentionally kept the ticket cost as low as possible, because I didn’t want anyone to miss out because of money. Unfortunately, while the ticket money covered the facility costs, I underestimated the costs of things beyond the facility itself (like sound equipment rental), overestimated the amount of interest in merchandise, and had no idea certain other costs would even exist (like event liability insurance).
So, I’m asking for a little help to try to break even (or at least come closer). If any of you that attended CommuniCon think it was worth more than the $25 admission cost, and have some extra dollars, that’d be really great. And if any of you who didn’t attend have some extra dollars and don’t mind parting with them to help put me in a better position to plan next year’s, that would be really greater!
If you’re interested and able to contribute to the Help Gillian Not Have Lost Quite So Much Money Putting Together CommuniCon Fund, you can use PayPal to send a “Gift” under the “Personal” tab. The email address is communicon1 (a) gmail (dot) com. If you are able to donate $25 (or more), I should be able to send you a small token of thanks.
Regardless of whether you are able to donate $0 or $1 or anything else, thanks for reading this, and thanks for helping to make the inaugural CommuniCon so wonderful!
Love you, my blueberries. Hope to see you at the next one!
11 2 / 2013
I’m pretty sure a lot of people didn’t see this on the back of the schedule at CommuniCon itself, so I wanted to put it here as well.
I would not have been able to do this without the following people:
Erik Charles Nielsen
The PixelDrip Gallery team, especially Mark Batalla and Al Barraza
The Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne team, especially Jason Lee, Matt Ferguson, and Kyle Conroy
Los Angeles City College
My entire twitter study group
Every member of the writing team, cast, and crew (past and present) of our beloved Community
Very Specific Extra Special Thanks to Andy Bobrow
And ESPECIALLY Dan Harmon
Thank you all so very much.
Thanks also to Yvette Nicole Brown and Gillian Jacobs for coming to CommuniCon, and to Danny Pudi for his video message. You are all wonderful!
And finally, a huge thank you to every fan that came, watched the live stream, or helped us trend on twitter. Thank you for reminding me why Greendale is where I belong.