Programming Schedule Listing


Friday, July 6th
12:00 PM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with William Hartnell: "The Tenth Planet"   (2 Hours - Video - Rating: PG)
What better way to begin the weekend than with the episode that launched a legacy, and will figure significantly in our final presentation Sunday? The Doctor, Ben, and Polly arrive at the South Pole in 1986 where a team of scientists are tracking an envoy from Earth's long-lost twin planet Mondas. But the agents of this arrival aren't exactly holding up "Take Me to Your Leader" signs. Featuring the animated reconstruction of missing episode 4!

2:00 PM Dr. Who Room

FROZEN OUT: The Making of the Tenth Planet   (30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
The Tenth Planet began a new era for Doctor Who; could this highly successful series continue on without William Hartnell and with a completely different actor taking over the role? Find out from the actors and crew who experienced the entire event!

2:30 PM Dr. Who Room

THE SARAH JANE ADVENTURES with Elizabeth Sladen "Enemy of the Bane" Parts 1 & 2   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: PG)
Mrs. Wormwood (Samantha Bond) returns, now exiled from the Bane and marked a fugitive and she seeks Sarah Jane's help in ferreting out an enemy far more dangerous than the Bane! But her motives are far from unselfish...they include taking Sarah's son Luke as her own! Fortunately an old friend is at the ready to help the plucky reporter... the legendary Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicholas Courtney in his final turn as the Brigadier)!

3:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Star Trek TOS: The worst of the worst   (1 Hour)
Join us for a fun discussion about the absolute worst episodes, lines and reactions from TOS.
Participants:Beckie Margedant, R.J. Sullivan, Dan R. Arman

Grand Ballroom 6-7

DIY UFOs   (2 Hours - Workshop - Rating: G)
Motley Kids presents DIY UFO Crafting

Grand Ballroom 6-8

My First RPG   (1 Hour - Gaming - Rating: G)
Motley Kids presents an introductory RPG for children

3:30 PM Dr. Who Room

REMEMBERING NICHOLAS COURTNEY   (30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
We look back at the life and times of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart's alter ego Nicholas Courtney, featuring one of the last interviews he conducted for a planned documentary of his career.

4:00 PM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Tom Baker: "Shada"   (2 Hours, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
The infamous uncompleted episode by Douglas Adams, reconstructed from existing footage and the storyboards and sketches made during production. Hosted and narrated by Tom Baker.

Reagan-Kennedy

The Mean Streets of Minas Tirith   (1 Hour)
How would Sam Spade fit in during the War of the Rings? What if Philip Marlowe and R. Daneel Olivaw had to work together to solve a murder? What if Rick owned the Mos Eisley Cantina? This panel discusses how adding noir themes to your SF/F can kick it up a notch.
Participants:Rob Howell

5:00 PM Main Programming

From Manuscript to Convention - Becoming a Published Author.   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Workshop)
Do you have a story floating around in your head that the world needs to hear? Have you started writing the next great novel? Do you have a finished masterpiece waiting to be published? Find out how to get your work published, choosing either submission to traditional publishers or independently publishing your own book. Technology has opened up publishing to those who never thought they could. Find out what it takes to make sure your book is published, and that it is sucessful.
Participants:R.J. Sullivan, Barbara Doran, T. Lee Harris, Bryan Donihue, JW Troemner, JM Lee

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Intersectionality and Representation in Fandom   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: PG)
What is intersectionality and why is it important? Our panelists will draw on their experience as authors, gamers, specialists, and all-around geeks to talk about the nuances of representation in scifi/fantasy, gaming, and geeky media.

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Life in Darwin's Universe   (1 Hour - Round Table Discussion - Rating: PG-13)
About 20 years ago a book was published called, "Life in Darwin's Universe." In this book, the author postulates that bi-pedal/bi-manual may be the template for ANY intelligent life we are likely to encounter anywhere we find sentient life. What do you think? Hubris, or a logical assumption based on what we know about how life evolves? As SF writers, how can we address this in the aliens we create for our stories?
Participants:Clifford VanMeter

Video Room

Star Trek: Discovery   (1 Hour)
Come to talk, revel, bemoan, celebrate, cry, and commiserate with us about the first season of Star Trek: Discovery. Come and unload. Tell us how you REALLY feel!!!
Participants:Mike Suess, Lisa Meece

6:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom C

In The Cauldron Boil And Bake   (1 Hour)
While adding a fillet of a fenny snake, eye of newt, and toe of frog might not give your writing the spice it really needs, adding dollops of other genres can kick your story up a notch. In this panel, we'll discuss mixing different genres together. What makes it work? What are the challenges? How does this process fail? How to make sure you get a story of powerful trouble from a hell-broth boil and bubble.
Participants:Rob Howell

Grand Ballroom 7

Misquotes   (1 Hour - Audience Participation)
Back once more, it's the improv game where volunteers create and act out scenes incorporating your favorite genre quotes in new and often unexpected ways! Audience participation encouraged.
Participants:Ian Albers

Grand Ballroom 6

Motley Masquerade/Bedtime Stories   (1 Hour - Presentation - Rating: G)
Childrens Masquerade and Bedtime Stories

Reagan-Kennedy

Folks Dig Giant Robots   (1 Hour - Presentation - Rating: G)
This panel is an informative survey of the concept and evolution of the "Giant Robot", specifically: piloted mecha. Did you know that the first recorded instance of a piloted robot was in 1880? Did you know that humans have actually used giant mecha in industry since 1960? Find out more through the delightful levity in this panel.
Participants:Jacob Glenn

6:30 PM Dr. Who Room

WELCOME TO THE WHOOSIER NETWORK!   (30 Minutes - Expert Panel - Rating: PG-13)
Mark "De Boss" Dooley welcomes everyone to the "convention within a convention", the Whoosier Network room at InConJunction!

7:00 PM Main Programming

Opening Ceremonies   (1 Hour)
Welcome to InConJunction 38

Dr. Who Room

THOSE DEADLY DIVAS   (30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
The villainous women of Doctor Who press a unique threat to the wandering time lord. Hear from Kate O'Mara, Camille Coduri, Traci-Ann Oberman, and many others on how to make a time traveler's lives miserable.

7:30 PM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Peter Davison "Mawdryn Undead"   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
The Black Guardian trilogy begins with the omnipresent villain attempting to seduce a mysterious, mischievious public scholl teen named Turlough into his nefarious scheme to destroy the Doctor. But what he doesn't know is that he has also drawn in one of Turlough's teachers... the former commander of UNIT, retired Brigadier Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart!

8:00 PM Main Programming

The Dark Convention   (1 Hour - Performance - Rating: G)
A Parody Play with Puppets

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Robot building on a budget   (1 Hour - Expert Panel)
Just a general panel on robot building, with an emphasis on robots for videos. This will be a simple discussion panel, with a DVD ROM handout of robot circuit diagrams, assembly guides to building robots, where to get parts, and so on. The robots discussed will be simple remote controlled robots that can roll around, move their arms, and talk (with lights that sync with their speech). Emphasis will be made on using scrap parts, and on buying parts from regular stores that can be used. Some of my own robots will be there, to show people what can be done.
Participants:Flint Mitchell

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Conlanging for Fun & Profit   (1 Hour - Expert Panel)
Conlanging (constructed languages) have become more and more prevalent in recent years. Everything from Klingon to Dothraki. If you are interested in picking up a few tips on how to create your own language, this is the panel for you.
Participants:JM Lee, Clifford VanMeter

Grand Ballroom 7

Marian Allen, Author Lady reading   (1 Hour - Author Reading)
Marian Allen reads from her Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Humor books and takes questions
Participants:Marian Allen

Reagan-Kennedy

RJ's Cupcake Give Away!   (1 Hour)
It's RJ Sullivan's 50th birthday party! Join him in the Reagan-Kennedy Room for birthday cupcakes!

9:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Sushi: Perfection in Japanese Culture   (1 Hour - Presentation - Rating: G)
This panel is an informative discussion built around following the ideal of perfection through practice that guides much of Japanese society, with an intense focus on the evolution of sushi in this environment. Both the physical and social effects are explored, and the psychological consequences are brought to bear. Features a case study of Jiro Ono and his two sons' varied methods of dealing with a demanding legacy.
Participants:Jacob Glenn, Paul Nethercott

Indianapolis Ballroom C

How to Disagree on Social Media and Remain Friends   (1 Hour)
It's hard to avoid conflict and negativity on social media these days, whether it's politics, the color of a dress, or which sci-fi franchise is better. Sometimes it leads to the loss of friends or avoiding social media altogether. But being able to discuss differing ideas is essential for moving society forward and understanding one another. Local Author and Center For Inquiry Indiana advisory board member Matthew Barron will offer some suggestions and then ask for input from the audience.
Participants:Matthew Barron

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Peter Davisoni: "Terminus" (time appoximate)   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
As a result of sabotage by the Black Guardian and Turlough, the TARDIS winds up benched in a ship filled with the victims of a leperous condition known as Lazar's Disease. For the patients aboard the ship, their destination is the nursing port Terminus which may hold a cure... or may not.

Freedom A

PRN Presents: The Yavin 4 and Pete Mako   (3 Hours)
Music GoH The Yavin 4 and featured guest Pete Mako will rock your face off.
Participants:The Yavin 4

10:00 PM Main Programming

Oriana Perón's Drag Race   (2 Hours - Contest - Rating: PG-13)
Do you have what it takes to be a Drag Superstar!? Show InConJunction what you've got with host, and Midwest drag queen, Oriana Perón!! All humans are welcome to compete regardless of any previous drag experience, come have fun with us!!
Participants:Oriana Peron

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

LGBT Representation in Bioware    (1 Hour - General Discussion - Rating: PG-13)
An overview of the lgbt representation (and misrepresentation) in the Bioware franchises of Mass Effect and Dragon Age. What went right, what went wrong, and how it helps gamers explore and understand identity.
Participants:Alexandra Williams

Reagan-Kennedy

Pokémon 20 Questions   (1 Hour)
Do you think you know all the 807 Pokemon? Could you guess a specific one in 20 questions? Come and see if you can "Name That Pokémon". If you do, then it'll be your turn to name one and see if you can stump the audience, but you will have to specify what generation it's in. Come and have fun!
Participants:Matt Dodds

10:30 PM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Peter Davison: "Enlightenment" (time approximate)   (2 Hours - Video - Rating: PG)
The White Guardian appears before the Doctor with an omious and enigmatic warning... "Winner Take All". Soon after, the TARDIS finds itself caught up in a star-faring yacht race between members of the mind-reading Eternals. The grand prize: Enlightenment, the power to fulfill one's heart's desire.But as the Black Guardian's evil mesh grows tight, the odds are that the Doctor may not live to cross the finish line!

11:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Sex & Dark Fiction   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: R)
The power of sex in speculative fiction - plot integration, character layering,
Participants:Vince Churchill

12:00 AM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Voltron... Then and Now!   (1 Hour - Presentation)
Did you know that Voltron Legendary Defender was not the first Voltron? The first Voltron series started in 1979 in Japan. It didn't come to America til 1984. There as been many iterations throughout the years, including a CGI version and sequel. Come as we discuss the multiple versions of Voltron!
Participants:Matt Dodds

Grand Ballroom 7

The Last Jedi and Solo: A Discussion!   (1 Hour - General Discussion - Rating: G)
Did you love the latest installments in the Star Wars universe? Did you hate them? Join Benny NoGood and others for a fun and civil discussion.
Participants:Beckie Margedant, The Yavin 4

12:30 AM Dr. Who Room

Q.E.D.: "Target London"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: PG)
Years before he "chung-chunged" his way into American living rooms on Law and Order, a youthful Sam Waterson starred in this quirky British series about an eccentric but visionary scientist whose genius was years ahead of Edison, Einstein, and Marconi. In the opening episode, Quentin Everett Deverill leaves 1912 America for England to freely develop his amazing inventions with the help of his dogsbody Phipps and his press agent Charlie Andrews. But an investigation into a soldier's disappearance brings Deverill face to face with the villainous Dr.Stefan Kilkiss (Julian Glover) and his sinister plan to conquer the world!

1:00 AM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

The 90's Were All That!   (1 Hour - Presentation)
Do you miss the 90's and were they All That? Where you Angry for those Beavers and where did you have a secret lab that you wanted to keep hidden from your parents? Was the Shrine of the Silver Monkey too hard to complete and did you wanna Salute Your Shorts? Well this is the panel for you. We will be talking about those shows that made your 90's and those shows that you never want to forget.
Participants:Katie Grause, Matt Dodds, Rachel Frend

1:15 AM Dr. Who Room

Q.E.D.: "The Great Motor Race"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: PG)
Deverill's reporter friend and press agent Charlie asks Q.E.D. to aid his brother in developing a race car for an international grand prix. But the race takes on a darker shade when Dr. Kilkiss enters the race with his own car developed by the Japanese.

2:00 AM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Christopher Eccleston:"Aliens of London", "World War III"   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG-13)
Rose has a lot to answer for on her return home from her travels with the Doctor.. like the full year she's been missing! But there's no time for explanations, as Big Ben's clocktower has been demolished by an alien spaceship! But as it turns out, the real invaders have been among us all the time.

3:30 AM Dr. Who Room

MAX HEADROOM; 20 MINUTES INTO THE FUTURE: "Body Banks", "Security Systems" (time approximate)   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
In a dystopian future where television has no off switch and the Networks run your lives, investigative reporter Edison Carter with the help of his team at Network 23 and his computer alter ego Max Headroom crack the stories of corruption within the system in a series decades ahead of its time! First, after a woman is kidnapped as an involuntary organ donor for a transplant operation, the woman's boyfriend goes to Carter for help tracking her down. Meanwhile, Max demands to know some details about some fuzzy parts of Carter's (and hence his) memory. Next, Carter attempts to uncover the identity of the unknown buyer attempting to acquire Security Systems, the biggest security company in the world, but soon finds himself on the run from the police when his identity profile is erased from the government databanks and he is charged with credit fraud, a crime punishable by death.

5:00 AM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with David Tennant: "Partners in Crime" (time approximate)   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: PG)
Since parting ways with the Doctor, Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) has set aside her self-absorbed ways and has launched her own crusade against alien threats, one of which has led her to a pharmaceutical company that has developed a fat-burning drug called "Adipose". Unaware that the Doctor is also investigating the company, Donna and the Time Lord are reunited when they uncover the deadly truth about the pill that will "make the fat just walk away".

Saturday, July 7th
6:00 AM Dr. Who Room

Room shutdown until 9:00 AM   (3 Hours - Video - Rating: G)
Even Doctor Who fans have to knock off for an hour or so. Go, get some rest. We'll be back at 9:00 after some nice rem time and a hearty breakfast!

8:00 AM Veterans Hall 5

Heinlein Memorial Blood Drive   (6 Hours - Rating: R)
Indiana Blood Bank

9:00 AM Main Programming

New worlds from diverse perspectives   (1 Hour - General Discussion)
This panel will look at the best SciFi and Fantasy coming from Black and Asian writers. This is an opportunity to examine the unique contributions and share books and stories worth reading
Participants:Cathy Hird, Barbara Doran

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Writing Worlds: Writing and Publishing Superhero Fiction   (1 Hour - General Discussion - Rating: G)
Come discuss the writing process with Casey Glanders, author of the critically acclaimed Gailsone series. Discuss the do%u2019s and don%u2019ts of writing, working with story lines, keeping your audience interested, and more.
Participants:John F. Allen, Casey Glanders, J Welin

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Managing Change   (1 Hour - Workshop)
Managing change in your life, whether it's a job change or a relationship change or just the changes that come naturally with aging, can be overwhelming. Understanding the process doesn't make it easy, but it can make it a little more manageable. During this workshop we'll discuss three complimentary models for understanding the process of change and look at the stages of change you're currently experiencing.
Participants:Lisa Meece

Dr. Who Room

MIGHTY ORBOTS:"The Magnetic Menace", "The Wish World"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: G)
One of De Boss' favorite Saturday morning shows was a done-in-one season called Mighty Orbots, featuring the voices of Gary Owens (Space Ghost), Don Messick (many Hanna-Barbera characters), Barry Gordon (The Quik Bunny), and Frank Welker (Fred on Scooby Doo), In the first episode, twin Orbots Bo and Boo get backstage passes to a concert starring the intergalactic rockers Drago and Drax, unaware that they are both agents of the Shado crime mob. Next, Orbots boss Ono feels that the Orbots Commander Rob looks at her for less than she is because she is a robot and goes to Wish World to become human.

Reagan-Kennedy

Tabletop Show and Tell: 15 Games in 40 Minutes:    (1 Hour)
Wondering what to play next? Host Lou Harry (and a guest panelist or two) offers quick and lively intros to 15 releases from the past year or so. That leaves 20 minutes for you--if you like--to show and tell your favorite recent title.
Participants:Lou Harry

10:00 AM Main Programming

Play reading: "We are Still Tornadoes" by Lou Harry   (2 Hours - Performance - Rating: PG)
featuring professional actors Carrie Schlatter, Clay Mabbitt and Josh Ramsey. If you've ever been in high school, ever had a best friend, or ever wanted to start a band, you'll love this very funny, very moving new play, adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by Michael Kun and Susan Mullen.
Participants:Lou Harry

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Magic In The Modern World   (1 Hour - General Discussion)
How do you incorporate magic into a modern setting, either in gaming or writing. How does magic interact with technology? Does the populace know about magic, or are they kept in the dark? What kind of restrictions do you put on magic to keep magic-users from running roughshod over everyone else?
Participants:Cathy Hird, Barbara Doran, T. Lee Harris, Jon Osborne, Paul Nethercott

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Yoga for Geeks   (1 Hour)
Yoga was designed to help people comfortably sit for long periods of time – a thing Geeks do often while engaged in geeky endeavors like reading books, playing games, or debating the finer points of their favorite cannon. Come check it out. Note: We'll be following the first rule of yoga, which is "nothing we do should hurt." With more than 15 years as a yoga teacher, Lisa is skilled at teaching to the people who show up in a way that honors where each person is in their body and their practice.
Participants:Lisa Meece

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Patrick Troughton: "The Moonbase"   (2 Hours, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: G)
Crashlanding on the moon in the year 2070, the Doctor, Ben, Polly, and Jaime find themselves battling the Cybermen on a moonbase installation that uses a device that controls weather patterns on Earth. Featuring animated reconstructions of two missing episodes.

Reagan-Kennedy

Comics-Today and Yesterday   (1 Hour)
Are you more of a fan of today's comics and what they're trying to establish OR are you a fan of a previous era of comicdom? Did you like the 60s and 70s more? Maybe the 80s were more your cup of tea. How about the 90s? Come ready to debate and defend your positions.
Participants:Mike Suess, John F. Allen

Atrium

Get up and Play hour   (1 Hour - Family Friendly Activity - Rating: G)
Fun for the kids! Vader Head Hunt!
Participants:Beckie Margedant, Roxy Dragus

11:00 AM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Going pro: Fanfiction writing as a career   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: G)
It's hard not to love writing (and reading) a good fanfic, but how do you get from AO3 to writing professional fanfiction for a living? Join J.M. Lee, author of the official prequel novels for Jim Henson's cult classic THE DARK CRYSTAL, and other writers who have turned their favorite pastime into a career. Learn what licensing looks like in publishing, what it's like to work with studios and publishers, and other discussion about breaking into the industry.
Participants:Barbara Doran, JM Lee

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Building diverse characters   (1 Hour - Workshop)
There are tropes we rely on to create a character quickly. But these flatten the result. What do we need to build real, 3 dimentional, and diverse characters in our stories.
Participants:John F. Allen, Cathy Hird, Barbara Doran, Marian Allen, T. Lee Harris, Rob Howell, J Welin

Grand Ballroom 7

Group Flash Fiction Workshop   (1 Hour)
Your challenge, if you choose to accept it, is to work together as a group to create a single complete story in less than 45 minutes. Can we do it?
Participants:Matthew Barron

Grand Ballroom 6

Treasure Chests   (1 Hour - Workshop)
Motley Kids Carft- Treasure Chests

Grand Ballroom 6-7

DIY Robots   (6 Hours - Workshop)
Motley Kids Carft- DIY Robots

Freedom A

The Shake Ups: Saturday Morning Cartoons   (1 Hour)
Join the Shake Ups for a fun concert! Playing the music from our favorite shows, everyone is sure to have a fun time!

Reagan-Kennedy

All things Tick   (1 Hour)
Including the new Amazon tv series, this panel will cover the Tick in all its various forms. SPOOOOOOOOOOOONNN!!!
Participants:Mike Suess

12:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Designated DM: How to Plan Ahead   (1 Hour - Presentation - Rating: PG-13)
This panel, as an inverse companion to the other in the Designated DM series, delves into the vast array of tools available to make the most out of being selected as your group's Dungeon Master. World-building, cartography, grid maps, and even miniatures are surveyed, with specific programs, books, and other materials explained.
Participants:Jacob Glenn

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Frankenstein at 200   (1 Hour - General Discussion)
A teenage Mary Shelley released her influential novel, Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus, 200 years ago in 1818. Let's discuss what many refer to as the first science fiction novel.
Participants:Matthew Barron, R.J. Sullivan, Dan R. Arman, J Welin

Grand Ballroom 7

Commercial Sewing Patterns 101   (2 Hours - Expert Panel - Rating: G)
Ready to make your very own Cosplay!? Join midwest drag queen, Oriana Perón! You'll learn: how to read commercial patterns, what tools you'll need, how to cut and stitch your project...and more!!
Participants:Oriana Peron

Dr. Who Room

THE GREEN HORNET with Van Williams and Bruce Lee: "Programmed for Death"   (30 Minutes - Video - Rating: G)
For a TV series that lasted only one season, the 1966 The Green Hornet show still continues to influence the treatment of the character in coimic books, film, and even comic strips (i.e.: the recent crossover into Dick Tracy). In this, the pilot episode, Daily Sentinel publisher/owner Britt Reid and his partner Kato investigate the bizarre death of a Sentinel reporter. With a more serious nature than its counterpart Batman and a memorable score by Billy May and Al Hirt, you can see why De Boss considers this one of the best TV super-hero adaptations of all time!

Grand Ballroom 6-8

My First RPG   (1 Hour - Gaming - Rating: G)
Motley Kids presents an introductory RPG for children

Reagan-Kennedy

The Black Super Hero   (1 Hour)
What was and is the landscape for the black hero in comics? How have they fared, moving to the big and small screens?
Participants:Mike Suess, John F. Allen

12:30 PM Main Programming

Charity Auction   (2 Hours - General Discussion)
Come Bid on amazing items for Charity, all proceeds are split between our two Charities

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO - THE GINGER CHRONICLES with Lilli Nelson: "A Dame to Kill"   (30 Minutes - Expert Panel - Rating: G)
So it seems a LOT of folks have jumped on the "Female Doctor" bandwagon. Here's a couple of interesting efforts starring Lilli Nelson, very much in the flavor of both classic and modern-day Doctor Who.

1:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Digivolution Throughout the Years   (1 Hour - Q & A)
With 6 seasons "done", 6 "Reunion" movies continuing, and now a "spin-off" of Digimon almost done showing, Digimon is still chugging through the years. Come as the panel will be a discussion with fans of the good and bad things about Digimon and what we would like to see in the future.
Participants:Matt Dodds

Indianapolis Ballroom C

The Difficulty of Being a Writer: Writing   (2 Hours - Expert Panel - Rating: G)
This panel focuses on the important, difficult task of being a writer, and how to avoid the pitfalls inherent to the profession.
Participants:Matthew Barron, R.J. Sullivan, John F. Allen, Cathy Hird, Barbara Doran, Marian Allen, T. Lee Harris, Dan R. Arman, Jacob Glenn, Rob Howell, J Welin

Dr. Who Room

THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN with George Reeves: "Superman on Earth", "The Mind Machine"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: PG)
This year marks the 80th anniversary of the world's first and greatest comic book superhero, Superman. For many long time fans, George Reeves was the personification of the Man of Steel until 1978 when Christopher Reeve made the role his own. As a tribute to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster for creating not only a great character but also a symbol of humanity and kindness, De Boss presents two of his favorite AOS episodes. First, the coming of Superman to our planet (watch for the costumes of Captain Marvel and Flash Gordon being reused by the Kryptonian Science Council). And then, witnesses against a Metropolis crime boss begin dying once they take the stand... and Lois Lane's turn is soon to come! Can Superman ferret out the cause of these mysterious deaths before it's too late?

Grand Ballroom 6

Galactic Slime   (1 Hour - Workshop - Rating: G)
Motley Kids Carft- Galactic Slime

Video Room

Echo 51 Screening   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: PG-13)
DEV Entertainment pressents Echo 51

Reagan-Kennedy

Starfleet Command Mid Year Meeting   (1 Hour)
Mid Year Meeting of Starfleet Command. All are welcome.
Participants:Mary Miller

2:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

80's Fantasy Movie Trivia   (1 Hour - Audience Participation - Rating: G)
J.M. Lee (The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance) leads team trivia revolving around the epic fantasy films of the 80's.
Participants:JM Lee

Grand Ballroom 7

Make Your Own Garbage Bagpipes!   (1 Hour - Workshop)
Do you want to annoy your neighbors but can't afford a set of traditional bagpipes? Join this hands-on workshop and learn to make your own out of common household materials (and classroom recorders)! Participants will be provided with materials to make a set of garbage bagpipes that they can take with them. For safety reasons, participants under 12 years of age must have an adult present at all times.
Participants:Melissa Kocias

Dr. Who Room

ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A SCI-FI GEEK?   (1 Hour - Audience Participation - Rating: G)
Fresh from his Indiana Comic Con edition, Mark "De Boss" Dooley has tasted young fanboy blood, and it was very sweet. So once again he offers the challenge to InCon attendees... answer his mindbending questions for a shot at terrific prizes! And for those who fall, he shall listen for the anguish of their screams and the lamentation of their women... or men. Or whatever.

Video Room

Jitensha (Bicycle) Short Film   (1 Hour - Video)
A co-worker confronts Mamoru on his apparent apathy toward life, and this results in Mamoru leaving his job out of humiliation. Now alone and without work, just as it seems that things could not possibly get worse, parts of Mamoru's bicycle begin to disappear, one by one. In frustration, Mamoru leaves a note for the thief, begging him to just take the whole thing. The note left in response is signed God, leaving Mamoru only more confused. At last, when the only remaining piece of the bicycle is a lonely bell, Mamoru receives an envelope, containing addresses at which each piece of the bicycle might be retrieved. Puzzled yet intrigued, Mamoru embarks on a journey to resurrect and reassemble his beloved possession. As he seeks out each piece of the missing whole, Mamoru begins to discover that he himself is in a healing process. As he puts his bike together piece by piece, he realizes that he himself is in the process of being reassembled in the same way, by one far greater than himself. Partial list of awards found here: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1462536/awards Link to the full film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8I_rok_FMW0

Freedom A

The Shake Ups: The Voltron CD Release Party   (1 Hour)
Join the Shake Ups for their all ages CD release concert.

Reagan-Kennedy

Your Brain on Highscores   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: G)
This panel explores the various ways games, classic and modern, exploit our psychological circuitry to keep us playing for that top score. Bringing experience from classic arcades, pinball leagues, and redemption arcades, we discuss the tricks of the trade that lead to insanely high scores.
Participants:Jacob Glenn

3:00 PM Main Programming

Vital Essence: Everything The Dark Crystal!   (1 Hour - General Discussion - Rating: G)
Join J.M. Lee and other fans of Jim Henson's 1982 cult classic THE DARK CRYSTAL to discuss everything from Podlings and Gelfling wings to Brian Froud's work and whether or not the Skeksis dinner banquet scene is, in fact, the best thing ever introduced on the big screen. Also learn more about the extended universe: Power of the Dark Crystal comic book series, Brian Froud's Creation Myths, the prequel novels, and the upcoming Netflix series Age of Resistance.
Participants:JM Lee

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Dystopias: Fighting or Normalizing Injustice?   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: PG-13)
Regardless of you politics, dystopian fiction has remained popular for decades and may arguably be increasing in popularity. Are tales focused on detailing possibly injustices warnings trying to get us to act to keep them from happening? Are these stories a means to make our world seem less horrible so we are just grateful for what we have? This discussion could get heated, folks, but let's keep it civil.
Participants:TammyJo Eckhart, Cathy Hird, Dan R. Arman, J Welin

Indianapolis Ballroom C

My first love: Princess Lea, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Jar Jar?   (1 Hour)
Join us for a fun discussion reminiscing about our loves from Star Wars and other classic sci-fi films and shows!
Participants:Beckie Margedant, The Yavin 4

Grand Ballroom 7

Fabrics 101   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: G)
Time to buy fabric for your cosplay! Which fabric should you get? Where should you get it from? How does the fabric work for the costume? Join midwest drag queen Oriana Perón and learn all this and more!!
Participants:Oriana Peron

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Jon Pertwee: "The Time Warrior"   (2 Hours - Video - Rating: PG)
When a number of scientists go missing without a trace, U.N.I.T. calls upon the Doctor to investigate. His leads take him to medieval times and a run-in with the time-spanning clone race, the Silurians, who are attempting to introduce modren weaponry to a despot named Irongron, as well as meeting ace-reporter Sarah Jane Smith for the first time.

Video Room

Web series "Premier" and GPR Live Podcast   (2 Hours - Video - Rating: PG-13)
GP Films is premiering its first full run web series "He is Coming" with the screening of the pilot episode, and will follow up the film with a live GPR Podcast for everyone to enjoy.
Participants:Chambers Chambers

Reagan-Kennedy

The Super Hero Universe    (1 Hour)
Come listen (or tell us) how your favorite superhero is faring in his or her big or small screen incarnation. If they haven't appeared yet, let us know what you hope to see.
Participants:Mike Suess, Katie Grause, John F. Allen, Rachel Frend

Veterans Hall 5

Join the Kazoo Choir!   (1 Hour - Family Friendly Activity - Rating: G)
Join us and harmonize with your favorite show and movie themes! Enjoy the ambiance that only a kazoo choir can provide. Kazoos will be provided, but if you have one, you can bring it.
Participants:Rachel Frend

3:30 PM Grand Ballroom 6-8

My First RPG - Yestereve   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Rating: G)
Motley Kids presents an introductory RPG for children

4:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

The Clow Cards   (1 Hour - Presentation)
Did you know that they are 53 Clow Cards from the Cardcaptors anime? They have been used in many ways and even been combined into each other to capture other Clow Cards. Come as we learn about each Clow Card and what makes them unique. Sakura has her work cut out for her, since most of this cards are a doozie.
Participants:Matt Dodds

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Little Guardians: Webcomic to Print   (1 Hour - General Discussion)
Join the discussion as Lee Cherolis and Ed Cho, the creators of the graphic novel series LITTLE GUARDIANS, talk about their path to publishing from webcomics to print. They will speak about their creative inspirations, working as a writer/artist team, navigating the constantly changing world of comics online, and getting their graphic novel in stores. They will be happy to answer any questions you dare throw at them.
Participants:Beckie Margedant, Ed Cho, Lee Cherolis

Grand Ballroom 7

Wigs 101   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: G)
Are you tired of tangled wigs? Don't know what wig to buy for your character? Can't find the right style? Join drag queen Oriana Perón and learn the secrets of the wigs!
Participants:Oriana Peron

Freedom A

Q&A and Acoustic Punk with The Yavin 4   (1 Hour)
Join members of the Yavin 4 for acoustic versions of their songs and a Q and A!
Participants:Beckie Margedant, The Yavin 4

Reagan-Kennedy

The Female Super Hero   (1 Hour)
What was and is the landscape for the female superhero in comics? How have they fared, moving to the big and small screens?
Participants:Mike Suess, Barbara Doran

5:00 PM Main Programming

Little Guardians: A Live Reading   (1 Hour - General Discussion)
Lee Cherolis and Ed Cho, creators of the graphic novel series LITTLE GUARDIANS, present a reading of their comic book with the help of volunteers from the audience. Have you ever wanted to try voice acting? Now's your chance! Join the creators of Little Guardians and help bring their adventure to life at a full table read in front of a live audience. Voice cast is TBD and will be assembled from INCON attendees as well as the creators themselves.
Participants:Beckie Margedant, Ed Cho, Lee Cherolis

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

A True Master of Pokémon Trivia   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Contest)
Are you a true master of Pokémon? Do you want to be the very best that no one ever was? Do you have the skills to be number one in Pokémon trivia? Come as we test people's knowledge on different topics including the Anime, the Games, Generations, Move Types, etc... Let's see how long you can last in a string of questions against many opponents.
Participants:Matt Dodds

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Designated DM: How to Think on Your Feet   (2 Hours - Audience Participation - Rating: PG-13)
This panel explores what options are available to the unprepared Dungeon Master, and spends one hour building a semi-structured campaign with audience input, and uses the rest of the time letting the audience become players in the setting they develop to see those strategies in action.
Participants:Jacob Glenn, Rob Howell

Grand Ballroom 7

Creativity 101   (1 Hour - Workshop)
The science of creativity tells us that we can predict and build the brain states that lead to creative breakthroughs. This workshop covers: * Different types of creativity and how they work together * How each type of creativity relates to your brain waves * Activities designed to trigger each type of creativity * Barriers to including creativity in your life, and how to overcome them.
Participants:Lisa Meece

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Colin Baker and Patrick Troughton: "The Two Doctors"   (2 Hours, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
A monumental meeting of the Second and Sixth Doctors begins with an investigation into strange experiments on a dangerous, cannibalistic race called Androgums. But how do the clone warriors the Sontarans fit into all this?

Grand Ballroom 6

DALEK!   (1 Hour - Workshop)
Motley Kids Carft- DALEKS!

Video Room

Prelude to Darkness    (1 Hour - Video)
A short sci fi/grind house film project followed by a Q&A session
Participants:J Welin

Freedom A

Garrison Wedding   (1 Hour - Family Friendly Activity - Rating: G)
Amy and Chrissy renew their vows among their InCon friends and family. All well-wishers welcome!
Participants:Beckie Margedant

6:00 PM Grand Ballroom 7

Masquerade Craftsmanship Judging   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes)
Closed Craftsmanship Judging

Video Room

Film making 101    (1 Hour - Expert Panel)
A discussion about low budget indie film making
Participants:J Welin, Paul Nethercott

Reagan-Kennedy

Garrison Reception    (3 Hours)
Private Event

6:30 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Independent Author 101 - Making Conventions Worth It   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Workshop - Rating: PG)
Are you an independent author or a small press author who wants to make the most out of your convention sales? Bryan Donihue is the author of the Knight's Bane Trilogy and the owner of Section 28 Publishing. As an independent author, he has a proven success on the convention circuit. In this workshop, Bryan will discuss his presence, sales, and marketing techniques for comic cons and other fan conventions.
Participants:R.J. Sullivan, Marian Allen, Bryan Donihue, JW Troemner, Rob Howell

7:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom C

Consent and Cuddling   (1 Hour - Workshop)
Consent is a hot topic, and a skill that most of us didn't really learn growing up. Professional Cuddler Lisa Meece has a lot of experience navigating consent with people, and this workshop will give you a model for what a consent culture looks like, and the things you need to know, do and believe to help bring it into being. You'll have the opportunity to build your skills related to consent. No touch is required for this event, but participants will be asked if they want to engage in platonic touch. No sexual intent or interaction is allowed in this session.
Participants:Lisa Meece

7:30 PM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Sylvester McCoy: "Remembrance of the Daleks"   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: PG)
One of the best Dalek episodes of all time! The Doctor and Ace arrive in 1963 Totters Lane, moments after the First Doctor, Susan, Ian, and Barbara set off on their first adventures. The Seventh has returned to retrieve something he left behind, something so immensely powerful that two factions of Daleks and their human allies will do anything to get it! What seems strange is that the Doctor almost seems like he wants them to succeed.

8:00 PM Main Programming

Masquerade   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes)
Masquerade and Cosplay Contest

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Orion the Hunter: Why the Weirwan Reading   (1 Hour - Author Reading - Rating: PG-13)
A reading from the first story of the Orion the Hunter series. Why the Weirwan is a murder mystery that introduces us to Marshal Geos Ah'rion Rassas rel Pen'atha, the half-breed Federation lawman known as Orion the Hunter.
Participants:Clifford VanMeter

Grand Ballroom 7

Comics and Cons   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: PG-13)
This panel will delve into the sharing of ideas in the convention scene and how to apply that to creative endeavors, with anecdotes from our experience creating and self-publishing comics.
Participants:Jacob Glenn

8:30 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Geek Girls Unite! Beyond Wonder Woman   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Expert Panel - Rating: PG-13)
This year's "Geek Girls Unite!" panel will look at the the range of superheroes that are not exclusively white males. Are they coming into their own or still tokens?
Participants:TammyJo Eckhart, Katie Grause, Rachel Frend

9:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom C

Are fanzines dead?   (1 Hour - Expert Panel)
Printed fanzines were once the very heart and soul of science fiction fandom. Yet, after the advent of the internet, they have apparently died out in favor of things like blogs, web pages, youtube and so on. Personally, I tried doing a print fanzine a couple of years ago. While it was fun to do, it was a money pit. Will fanzines ever come back? While the internet is great for its immediacy, there is much to be said for the joy of anticipation as you went to the mailbox, to either get letters from fans, or to receive fanzines that you have sent letters to. Finally, is fandom better off or worse off because of the internet?
Participants:Flint Mitchell, Barbara Doran, Marian Allen

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Tom Baker: "Image of the Fendahl"   (2 Hours - Video - Rating: PG)
An ancient evil encased in a fossilized skull is unleashed by an unwitting science team, a force so powerful it draws the TARDIS back to Earth. The Doctor and Leela must subdue this power before it can decimate Earth!

Reagan-Kennedy

This Panel's Name is John Cena: Memetics and Culture   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: PG-13)
Welcome to the wacky world of memes, where everything is made up and the points don't matter. We delve into the psychosocial mechanics that allow memes to be created and propagate at immense speeds, as well as follow the full life cycle and touch on what happens to "old memes" when they lose their "dank"-ness.
Participants:Jacob Glenn

10:00 PM Main Programming

Weird Science   (2 Hours - Presentation)
Weird Science is part stand-up comedy, part journal club, and part science project. Rob Pyatt has presented Weird Science across the United States and England, most recently at the Edinburgh International Science Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland this past April. Dr. Pyatt will lead the audience in a discussion of some of the strangest science studies ever conducted like "Waitresses Facial Cosmetics and Tipping: A Field Experiment". Attendees will also participate as subjects to determine if the results of a Weird Science study can be independently replicated. But we can%u2019t tell you what the study is before the show, or we%u2019ll bias the results! At Weird Science, you%u2019ll laugh and you%u2019ll learn.

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Power Point Improv All Ages   (1 Hour)
Last year's "twisted TED Talk" returns. Select, by title only, a short set of public-domain PowerPoint slides and give whatever silly lecture feels appropriate. Feel free to join in, or just watch and enjoy.

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Best Book I Read since Inconjunction 2017   (1 Hour - Expert Panel - Rating: PG-13)
In the year since our last discussion we've all done more reading whether it has been short stories, essays, novels, or even graphic novels and comic books. Join our panel to hear their list of their "Best' finds since we last gathered. Note: Books do not need to be have been published in 2017 or 2018, they just need to be the first time they were read by the panelists.
Participants:TammyJo Eckhart, Cathy Hird, Marian Allen

Grand Ballroom 7

Roku channel development   (1 Hour - Expert Panel)
Roku is a streaming platform that is unique: it allows anyone to design their own channel. Panel topics will include how to design your channel, whether to go public or private, where to get free content, and more. Roku, while often having similar content to YouTube is different, in that anyone with a set top Roku box and internet access can watch it. YouTube is limited to computer owners.
Participants:Flint Mitchell

Freedom A

Essential Crooning (K@R@0K3)   (3 Hours - Audience Participation)
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11:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

PowerPoint Improv   (1 Hour - Audience Participation)
Last year's "twisted TED Talk" returns. Select, by title only, a short set of public-domain PowerPoint slides and give whatever silly lecture feels appropriate. Feel free to join in, or just watch and enjoy.

Indianapolis Ballroom C

Little Deaths -- Mircrofiction Erotica from TammyJo Eckhart   (1 Hour - Author Reading - Rating: ADULT)
TammyJo has gotten into a new fiction format -- microfictions! Please come and listen to some of her published and unpublished pieces. These are primarily horror erotica but there are some contemporary pieces as well.
Participants:TammyJo Eckhart

Grand Ballroom 7

I was traumatized by ET: Ridiculous things that scared us   (1 Hour)
What movie scared you as a child? Join us in talking about things that startled and made you fear for our lives when we were wee.
Participants:Beckie Margedant, Katie Grause, Cathy Hird, Marian Allen

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with David Tennant: "The Doctor's Daughter"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: PG)
The Doctor, Martha, and Donna crashland the TARDIS on the planet Messaline and are taken prisoners by the forces of General Cobb (The great Nigel Terry in one of his final roles), who is trying to conquer the other species on the planet, the aquatic Hath. The Doctor is almost immediately forced to give up some of his DNA to create a new soldier... a genetically-spawned daughter (Georgia Moffett)! So how weird is this: Georgia is Peter Davison's daughter, and David later married Georgia and they had a baby girl. So the Doctor's daughter portrayed the Doctor's daughter, married the Doctor and had the Doctor's daughter. I'd think about this more seriously, but I fear a brain aneurism.

12:00 AM Dr. Who Room

TORCHWOOD with John Barrowman: "Cyberwoman", "Countryside"   (2 Hours - Video - Rating: PG-13)
In our first episode, Ianto Jones is hiding a deep secret in the form of a partially restored Cyberwoman. Next, one of the most intense episodes in the series; Torchwood investigates a series of gruesome deaths in the Bracon Beacons, and they encounter a terrifying enemy.

2:00 AM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Matt Smith: "The Rebel Flesh", "The Almost People"   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: G)
The Doctor, Amy, and Rory are forced to land on a remote island when a series of solar tsunamis wreck havoc on 22nd Century Earth. Inside a former monastary on the island, a team of workers are using a highly corrosive fluid to create dopplegangers of themselves and are pumping the fluid to the mainland. But an unexpected turn of events finds that one of the "Gangers" has developed independent thought, and will do anything to keep the factory running!

3:30 AM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Matt Smith: "A Good Man Goes to War", "Let's Kill Hitler"   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: G)
The Doctor and Rory will stop at nothing to rescue Amy from Madame Kovarian and the Silence, including calling in a few favors from old friends and even older enemies. The secret of Amy's pregnancy is revealed... and, oh, my God, I don't need to explain all this! Drink down a bucket of black coffee and stay up for this mind-blowing two-parter!

5:00 AM Dr. Who Room

THRILLER with Boris Karloff: "Pigeons from Hell"   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: G)
Based on the chilling short story by Robert E. Howard, two brothers spend the night in an abandoned Southern mansion rumored to be haunted by the zombie sister of the two earlier inhabitants!

Sunday, July 8th
6:00 AM Dr. Who Room

Room shutdown until 9:00 AM   (1 Hour)
Time for breaky poo. See you at 9:00 AM!

9:00 AM Indianapolis Ballroom C

Portraying religion/religious types   (1 Hour)
Many are portraying religion/religious characters as paper types. Angels are shown as just slightly advanced Humans, not direct messengers of God. No attempt to grant actual power/belief of real people. IOW, too often no research about religions, or believers is done.
Participants:Walter Daniels, J Welin

Dr. Who Room

SHERLOCK HOLMES with Peter Cushing: "A Study in Scarlet"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: G)
Peter Cushing stars in one of the few existing episodes of his 1968 run as the Great Detective. Based on the very first Holmes short story, Holmes and Watson are called in by Scotland Yard to solve a mysterious murder tied to bizarre love triangle.

10:00 AM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Non-denominational Christian Service   (1 Hour - Family Friendly Activity - Rating: G)
Join us for a brief Christian worship service. All are welcome.

Indianapolis Ballroom C

In Memory of Ursula K. Le Guin   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Audience Participation - Rating: PG-13)
The fantasy and science fiction worlds lost a wonderful lady when Ursula K. Le Guin passed away on January 22, 2018. Come share any memories you may have of meeting Le Guin and of reading her work. Readings of short passages of her work will be allowed.
Participants:TammyJo Eckhart, Cathy Hird

Grand Ballroom 7

Survivalism for authors   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - General Discussion)
Survivalism is seen as a stereotype, not the real spectrum that it is. It ranges from having funds to handle economic downturns to complete failure of society. If you know the differences, and values of each, you can portray them properly. Perhaps 0.001% prepare for/want a full collapse. 0.5% of people can handle 6 months of no income (where all should be). In fact, few can/will survive even a partial collapse of society. Only a tiny number of authors realistically portray what it would be like. If you understand the spectrum, you can write a realistic plot.
Participants:Walter Daniels

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Peter Capaldi: "World Enough and Time"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: G)
Friendship drives the Doctor into the rashest decision of his life. Trapped on a giant spaceship, caught in the event horizon of a black hole, he witnesses the death of someone he is pledged to protect. Is there any way he can redeem his mistake? Are events already out of control? For once, time is the Time Lord's enemy...

Grand Ballroom 6

DoobleBots   (1 Hour - Workshop)
Motley Kids Carft- Doodlebots

Grand Ballroom 6-7

DIY Monsters   (2 Hours - Workshop - Rating: G)
Motley Kids presents DIY Monster Crafting

11:00 AM Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

What is Secular Humanism   (1 Hour)
Center for Inquiry Indiana Executive Director Reba Wooden will talk about the philosophy of Secular Humanism
Participants:Matthew Barron

Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Peter Capaldi: "The Doctor Falls"   (1 Hour - Video - Rating: G)
The Doctor makes a final stand against an army of Cybermen in order to protect humans from destruction.

Grand Ballroom 6-8

My First RPG   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Gaming - Rating: G)
Motley Kids presents an introductory RPG for children

11:30 AM Indianapolis Ballroom C

In Memory of Brian Wilson Aldiss OBE   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Audience Participation - Rating: PG-13)
When Brian Wilson Aldiss OBE passed away on August 23, 2017, we truly lost one of Science Fiction's Greats. Come share any memories you may have of meeting Aldiss and of reading his work. Readings of short passages of his work will be allowed. 1.5 hours
Participants:TammyJo Eckhart

12:00 PM Main Programming

Pub Trivia with Lou Harry   (2 Hours - Contest)
The InConjunction tradition returns with all-new questions (and all-new answers). Come with a team or arrive along and we'll find a home for you. Big fun plus prizes. Who could ask for anything more?
Participants:Lou Harry

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

Author Reading: Laura Hawks   (1 Hour - Author Reading)
My suggestion would be to have a couple of the authors take a few minutes to talk about their books and then read from one of them for a few minutes. This should be timed so to be fair to all the authors.
Participants:Laura Hawks, Dan R. Arman

Grand Ballroom 7

Return of the Make Your Own Superhero Panel!   (2 Hours)
Last year's inaugural panel was so much fun, we're trying it again! Dolls, paint, duct tape and other supplies will be available, or bring your own. Simple or elaborate as you like- come join us and put together that superhero character you've always wanted to see! (Toys provided will be mostly 1:6 scale- if you have a larger or smaller figure you would like to customize, please bring it and join in.)
Participants:Jill Racop

Dr. Who Room

THE WHO-NET DOORPRIZE DRAWING!   (30 Minutes - Video - Rating: G)
We hope you all have your tickets, because we have some really great prize packages this year!

12:30 PM Dr. Who Room

DOCTOR WHO with Peter Capaldi, David Bradley, and Jodie Whittaker: "Twice Upon a Time"   (1 Hour, 30 Minutes - Video - Rating: G)
The Doctor is pushing back against his regeneration... both of him! The Twelfth Doctor encounters the First at the North Pole, along with a confused and injured British captain plucked fresh from a foxhole in World War I. But how is Bill still alive and in a decidedly uncybernetic body... and what is the purpose of the android known as Testimony? If you don't own a box of kleenex, buy one and bring it.

1:00 PM Indianapolis Ballroom C

Rebuilding The Starbase   (1 Hour - Expert Panel)
Did you hear that Starbase Indy was cancelled...and then that the fans stepped in to save it? Hear more about that process, talk to some of the team that kept the show alive, and maybe get a preview of what'll happen in November.
Participants:Lisa Meece

Grand Ballroom 6

Mad Tea Party   (1 Hour - Audience Participation - Rating: G)
Motley Kids presents a Mad Tea Party

Veterans Hall 5

Pagan Ritual   (1 Hour - Audience Participation - Rating: G)
Celebrate the Goddess.

2:00 PM Main Programming

A Brief Hisory of Arcades   (1 Hour - Presentation - Rating: G)
Chronicling the massive explosion of arcades, and the games that filled them, from the 70's and 80's, and their eventual death at the hands of the home entertainment market through the 90's and 00's, as well as their rebirth on the heels of nostalgia in recent years; we'll explore the phenomenon of what makes arcades work, and how to keep them from crashing again.
Participants:Jacob Glenn

Indianapolis Ballroom A-B

The Convention Landscape: What Other Conventions Should I Explore   (1 Hour)
Indianapolis, and the midwest in general, is a hotbed of convention activity. Come talk about the different types of conventions, what you can expect at each, and what you can learn and experience at various types of conventions. Share stores from your favorite cons, and hear about other people's favorites as well.
Participants:Lisa Meece

3:00 PM Main Programming

Closing Ceremonies   (1 Hour - Presentation - Rating: G)
Join us as we bid InConJunction 38 a fond farewell!

4:00 PM Main Programming

Rap With the Conchair/Meet the CoJ   (1 Hour - Audience Participation)
Any questions, advice, complaints, or compliments for InConJunction 38? Meet the Conchair and talk! Afterwards, stick around and meet the Circle of Janus, the club that puts on InConJunction.