blue-crow said: Wouldn’t a student ID lack the age information? (Mine certainly did.)
The main point of the ID is to prove who you are so no one is claiming another person’s membership, with the secondary aspect being to prove your age. Anyone who attends that isn’t a minor will need a form of photo id that has their age on it - preferably and most likely a driver’s license. Passports work too, of course. Minors, however, who very well might not have a license yet, can use a student ID. Minors will be arrive with either a guardian or appropriate paperwork from their guardian, confirming their status as a minor. Anyone showing up with a student ID who has registered as an adult will need to be able to prove their age, as we cannot let anyone into the convention who has bought an adult membership if we cannot confirm that they are, in fact, not a minor.
andrew-scott asked: what time does the con start? and does it matter what kind of photo ID we bring?
Hours are still subject to possibly change, but we’re planning on running the con from 3-10 on Friday, 10-10 on Saturday, and 10-5 on Sunday. Something official, like a license or student ID, is preferred.
poetandthemuse asked: When we pick up our badges do we have to have bring anything? Like do we print of the email that we got?
You need to bring a photo id so we know it’s you. :)
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Hello fans, maybe you can help me out and in doing so help make Sherlock Seattle even cooler than it already is!
I’ve been trying very hard to get hold of a few artists but tumblr seems to be losing my asks left and right. Or they’re just ignoring me. ;) Either way, I would like to talk to these people and invite them to Sherlock Seattle, so if you have a better way to get them in touch with me than I seem to, I would appreciate the help. :)
So, here are a few to start with:
Geothebio! Marijemadness! Euclase! Coey Kuhn! Br0harry! Ireallyshouldbedrawing! Sexlock! Ivorylungs! I’m trying to get in touch with you guys to invite you to Sherlock Seattle! Please drop me a line at sherlock (dot) seattle (at) gmail (dot) com to let me know what you think. I’m hoping your answer will be “YES!!!” but even if it is no, I would love to hear from you. <3
Many thanks! :D
heathledger asked: hi!!! on the age certification of the membership application, if you're 16 or 17, do you select the second or third option??? :)))
Good question! It depends on whether you are coming with a guardian or getting permission to come without one. Only minors 16 and 17 can come without a guardian but ONLY if they get signed permission from a parent/guardian and their emergency contact information. If you read through the Rules & Regulations page, it will explain all the details and you can check out both the Minor Permission Slip and the Emergency Contact form to see which applies to you. If you are 16 or 17 you can use either one. If you pick one during registration and then later decide that you want to use the other, that’s fine, since both apply to that age group. If you’re 15 or younger, you can ONLY choose the Minor Permission Slip and you MUST have a guardian on the premises with you. :)
Hope that answers your question! :)
WE DID IT
TWO GEEKY THEATRE ARTISTS
WE’LL SEE YOU IN OCTOBER, SHERLOCK SEATTLE CONVENTION
WE DID ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED.
PREPARE FOR A ZOO VLOG.
SEE YOU IN OCTOBER!!
There is a Sherlock convention?!?! My wife must know about this…
It’s in Seattle this October. A local theater artist and I were commissioned to create a new piece for the con— our Kickstarter just finished!
WHOOOOOOOOO! This is AWESOME. Congrats guys! I can’t wait to see what it will be. :D