PopCult Anime Con is pleased to welcome two new Cosplayers to our Guest Lineup!
Kitteninstrings Cosplay has been costuming for 10+ years. She went to school for Opera and Vocal performance and fell in love with and refused to leave the costume department. A resident of Northern New England, she travels a lot and does many classes, workshops and lessons at conventions and her local workshop in Saco, Maine. Her biggest lament is that she takes on so many commissions that she hasn’t had time to make a new costume for herself in ages! Sewing, Beading, Embroidery, Armor, Props, lights, and all points in between… she’s done it all!
When she’s not crafting or at a con she can generally be found at home with her nose in a book or getting into trouble with her 9 y/o.
Check out her social media pages:
Facebook, Instagram, Patreon, Print Shop
Carol has worked over 40 years in many aspects of costuming/cosplay from creating/fabricating to teaching to judging/masquerade directing. She is a Master costumer that enjoys new/fun/challenging techniques that keep it fresh. Her most recent work can be seen on TLC’s “My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding”. She is a medical massage therapist (30years), works for Regal Cinemas, Sondra Celli Designs, has jobs in the Haunt Industry and likes making Steampunk jewelry and accessories.
PopCult is proud to announce that Doppoganga will be a panelist for 2017!
Doppoganga is a Boston bound YouTuber that expresses his creativity through a variety of production media with a strong influence of anime and video games. He’s been performing on stages for 5 years at various conventions and has won numerous awards for performance doing action skits. He has been a YouTuber for 6 years doing action, comedy, and music videos; whether it’s anime-related or in general. Recently, he’s been getting cosplayers involved with making short skits or action scenes–giving them a chance to have fun and showcase their cosplay. Doppoganga’s skills include filmmaking, action choreography, rapping, and spoken word poetry, all of which are inspired by anime.
You can find Doppoganga on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram
For anyone interested in volunteering at PopCult Anime Con 2017, our information packet and online form are now available!
Check it out here!
Odaiko New England is making it’s return to PopCult Anime Con’s second year!
At the forefront of creativity and excellence in the living art form of American taiko, Odaiko New England harnesses the transformative power of the Japanese drum through performance and education to bring diverse communities together, promote positive images of Asian American culture, and celebrate our multicultural society.
They will be doing a live performance and a workshop where attendees can participate in and learn about taiko!
Are you all ready to grab your ‘family’ and compete for fun?
Sign up for Family Feud at PopCult 2017!
Operation Hammond is dedicated to making nerds safe everywhere! They are a dedicated non-profit group that goes to Conventions and other nerdy functions and provides Emergency Response and First Aid to attendees. We are so pleased and grateful for their presence at PopCult Anime Con 2017!
PopCult has just added a second way to buy your badge.
We have been experimenting with using TicketSpice for our sales this year, but we realize that it may not be the best payment option for attendees that rely on PayPal.
We’ve added the option to buy your badge via EventBrite, which accepts PayPal.
We hope this makes things easier for all our attendees, and can’t wait to see you all at PopCult Anime Con!
Are you interested in becoming a sponsor for PopCult Anime Con?
There are many ways you can become a sponsor, like donating registration bag stuffers, lanyards, or prizes; or sponsoring guests, game tournaments, or demos.
For further information on becoming a sponsor at PopCult Anime Con, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
We are now accepting requests for Press Passes.
Please fill out the form here !