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Saturday, October 29 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Traditional Art in a Technological World

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The longevity of traditional art in a technological world. Will all art move online or will there always be a place for hand-created one-of-a-kind artworks?

Moderators
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J.L. Forrest

J.L. Forrest writes from the frosty mountains of Colorado, from the Old Country of Roma, Italia, and from the wet techno-forests of the Pacific Northwest. Published by Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Crossed Genres, the Robot Cowgirl Press, and others, Forrest's stories span humanist science fiction, space opera, fantasy, literature, and slipstream. Found on Twitter @WordForrest or online at http://jlforrest.com.

Guests of Honor
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Julie Dillon

Julie Dillon is an American artist specializing in science fiction and fantasy art. A freelance illustrator, Dillon has created images for games, book and magazine covers, and covers for musical albums. Dillon's work has been nominated for the Chesley Award three times; she won the 2010 Chesley Award for Best Unpublished Color for "Planetary Alignment" (subsequently published as a cover for Clarkesworld Magazine), as well as the 2011 Chesley... Read More →
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Chaz Kemp

Chaz Kemp is a Colorado artist that specializes in Fantasy, Steampunk, Faeries, Ancient Legends and Heroes drawn in the Art Nouveau style. | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChazKempIllustration

Participants
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Becca Lee

Becca Lee has been a fixture at MileHiCon since the tail end of the Reagan administration. Currently nose-deep in research for a book on Edwardian women's clothing and social history, she now knows more about the Belle Epoque than she thought possible, and will expound upon it at the drop of a daintily-trimmed hat. Other interests include art, books, needlework, costuming, cooking, science, and music; in short, well-rounded nerddom. She also goes... Read More →
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Mike Clarke

Mike Clarke is a graphic designer and avid gamer. Hobbies include tabletop miniatures (gaming, making and painting), creating artistic stills, designing logos and book covers, Magic the Gathering card gaming, and designing and playing video games of all kinds.


Saturday October 29, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Mesa Verde A Ground Floor