So here’s the drill. We’ve got a good core of workshops going, and a lot of interest. I will say to the HiVE collectively what I say to anyone that inquires about doing a workshop at esoZone. Give me a write up of how you will spend an hour of everyone’s time.

That said, I’m very open about what form workshops can take. So far as I’m concerned the larger number of presenters the better. However there are some rough guidelines I’d like to lay out to give people a bit of focus:

It seems besides the point to say that we expect the same level of quality from all participants as regards use of workshop time. Simply put, the time at the event is precious and it’s a major letdown for all parties involved when that time is wasted. I wish we had footage of last year’s workshops because they were super fucking cool.

* All workshops should somehow be linked to the esoZone: The Other Tomorrow idea however you understand that. Build it together, people.

* Interactivity is a major plus. One directional lectures are not what this event is about.

What I’m going to need in the way of submissions is some kind of proof that you have planned how you are going to spend an hour of time at esoZone.

I’m really looking forward to seeing what people put together. Some of the best stuff from last year was in the workshops. Your prize, in addition to street cred is getting in for free. Which really ain’t bad if you’re planning on coming anyway.


Srsly, guys…

Send me some stuff. Good thoughts. Think of the absolute worst MegaPaganCon thing that you have ever seen and then do the exact opposite. What would you want to see?

As It Is, So Be It,
Nick Pell