FanimeCon is brought together by a group of hard working fans. These fans come together every year to create a new convention to share with others with similar tastes. From the staffers and volunteers to the attendees, the passion for anime and Japanese culture brings them closer. Looking to meet other fans like yourself? Would you like a chance to give back to FanimeCon and help it grow? On this page you can find ways to connect to those who help create FanimeCon and others who share in similar passions. From connecting through the FanimeCon forums to reading up on how to join the staff and volunteers to information on anime clubs and even links to the FanimeCon twitter updates and the FanimeCon DA account, everything you need to interact with others joining FanimeCon can be found here.
Please check out our About page for more information about FanimeCon’s history, becoming staff, volunteering, and contacting FanimeCon departments.
From humble beginnings in 1994, FanimeCon was first brought together by several anime clubs that came together to share their passion for anime. Some of the clubs remain and many others have popped up since and are waiting for others to come join them. There are many great clubs to look into and all of their information and meeting dates can be found on this list.
Do you admire the artwork you see around the convention? FanimeCon has an official DeviantArt account which features several artists who come together to create the face of the convention. Browse the artists’ work and discuss the current artwork of the convention here.
Want to talk about FanimeCon with other attendees, new and old, but not sure where to go? FanimeCon has its’ own forum where people from all walks of life can come together to enjoy in the themes of the convention. Looking to talk about more than the convention itself? The forum has plenty of room to talk about anime, Jrock, important issues, word games, and even a place for utter nonsense. FanimeCon forums are up and running all year long, so whenever you want to pop in and discuss the convention, leave a suggestion, or just type whatever nonsense you see fit, make sure to stop by and leave a post here.
FanimeCon has its own official Twitter which will be used to send updates before and throughout the convention again this year. It’s the best way to keep up with convention changes and updates! To sign up for the Twitter service, go here. Once you sign up and give your mobile number, the updates will come to you! Keep up with the convention news, learn the locations of your favorite events, and any important or last-minute changes that may happen at or before the convention.
Thank you for your interest in being a part of FanimeCon! Check here for updates on how to help out by becoming staff, or try Volunteering! (See the section just below ^_^)
Volunteering is as easy as showing up to FanimeCon, getting your badge, and letting us know you want to volunteer. No need to attend meetings or learn anything in advance. We train you on the spot and tell you what you need to know.
More information on Volunteering will be posted soon!