HalloWhedonCon 2020

Went Virtual!!

It's a strange time to put on a convention. Conventions, for us, are adventures in community-building, exercises in relationship-forging, and opportunities for memory-making. In 2020, conventions are also experiments -- experiments in if and how these incredible lightning-in-a-bottle moments can continue to engender joy and fulfillment absent shared spaces.

 

HalloWhedonCon Online was a labor of love. We love our attendees, our charities, our panelists, our talent, our vendors, our volunteers, and our fandoms. We felt called to bring our community together during this time.

 

We cannot say thank you enough to those who joined us on this ride -- bumpy though it sometimes was--and supported us throughout this experiment. We are so fortunate to have friends like you willing to reach into your hearts and your wallets to provide support for the Los Angeles LGBT Center and the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center.during these turbulent times. You are the reason conventions exist.

 

- The Con Committee & WhedonCon Team -

"If Nothing We Do Matters, Then All That Matters Is What We Do" 

 

People shouldn't suffer as they do. Because, if there's no bigger meaning, then the smallest act of kindness is the

greatest thing in the world." - Angel the Series: Epiphany 

WhedonCon is a Whedonverse convention, designed by fans for fans, with the aim of harnessing the power of fandom

to raise money for charities while creating a fun, interactive environment for attendees and guests.

Confirmed Guests

Tim Minear
Tim Minear
Juliet Landau
Juliet Landau
Miracle Laurie
Miracle Laurie
Mark Metcalf
Mark Metcalf as The Master
Joe Ochman
Joe Ochman
Rebecca Liddiard
Rebecca Liddiard
Sharron Matthews
Sharron Matthews
Jack Plotnick
Jack Plotnick
Andrew Ferchland
Andrew Ferchland
Dagney Kerr
Dagney Kerr
Christopher May
Christopher May
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Proceeds of HalloWhedonCon Go To

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Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. They are an unstoppable force in the fight against bigotry and the struggle to build a better world, a world in which LGBT people can be healthy, equal, and complete members of society.

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The Ron Glass Memorial Scholarship comes from the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center ---a neighborhood approach to the revitalization and empowerment of a community in crisis. They foster a safe and nurturing environment committed to good citizenship and academic excellence by providing college and career readiness for grades 3-12. They're making a difference for life! 

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HalloWhedonCon October 24, 2020

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