L’École de Langues de l’Université Laval, who hosted an introductory panel to Japanese during the latest edition of our convention, offers classes throughout the year in Pavillon Charles-De-Koninck for those who would like to learn to use this beautiful language! Learn from energetic teachers and discover how wonderful the Japanese language is!
You may refer to this flyer (French) to learn more about the Japanese classes offered by École de Langues de l’Université Laval.
We will be holding a public post-mortem meeting to look back on Nadeshicon 2015 on saturday, May 16th, starting at 1pm in room 2249 of Pavillon Alphonse-Desjardins of Université Laval. The goal of the meeting will be to take your comments and suggestions concerning the latest edition of our festival so that we can make sure next year’s will be even better, so be sure to come!
The post-mortem meeting will also be time for the team of Nadeshicon 2015 to officially step down and let the new executive council for Nadeshicon 2016 take the reins! We would like you to welcome them:
-Maude Cuerrier, president
-Jonathan Gauvin-Richard, vice-president
-Mathieu Deshaies, treasurer
-Benjamin Lampron, commmunications
-Michaël Betty, secretary
We are confident that they will be able to meet your expectations and that they will give birth to the greatest edition of Nadeshicon yet!
Last but not least, we have recently created the Facebook event for Nadeshicon 2016, which will be held from April 1st to April 3rd, in Pavillon Alphonse-Desjardins of Université Laval! Don’t be afraid to join it and share your cosplay progress!
Thank you so much for all of your support!
The article relates, in the form of a chronicle, the events of the latest edition of our convention as seen by their chronicler Black Sasaki.
In the most recent volume of its magazine, EMQ granted Nadeshicon several pages, a dozen in fact, to sum up the events of the last edition and showcase photos taken by the talented Réjean Savard! You may find the article starting at page 56 by following this link.
As one of our precious partners, cafe-pub La Revanche has been animating all of our funding activities and will have their own space during our convention so that you can take a break from the convention hype to play a few board games and relax. Specialists when it comes to tabletop games, their staff will be on site to help you get your games started and animate them (speaking of which, we might have the heard something that sounded like a wolf’s howl). What’s more, Les Journées Ludique de Québec will be joining La Revanche to bring you the greatest possible choice of games, meaning you won’t have any time to get bored!
You may visit La Revanche and JLdQ‘s respective Facebook pages.
You may also visit JLdQ’s website!
Volunteer media collective hosting a radio-show on CJMD 96.9 FM Lévis since 2007, Puissance Maximale is known for covering everything that partains to what we, fans of geek and japanese cultures, are interested in, be it card games, board games, LARPing, etc. Their weekly show is sure to get you hooked!
You may listen to their show on CJMD 96.9 FM Lévis or on their website on Wednesdays from 19:30 to 21:30, or in podcast format. Please note that it is in french.
If you want to, you may also drop their Facebook page a “Like”!
Following the resounding success of last year’s flea market, we have decided to bring it back, but this time for the whole weekend of the convention! You don’t have any more room for any new figure? Your book-case is starting to make strange noises under the pressure from all your mangas and animes? Come find a new owner for your used japanese pop culture goods! Who knows, you might also find the one missing volume to your collection!
If you would like to sell your items, you will only need to bring them to the location of the flea market during the convention. However, if you wish to bring a lot of goods to sell, we recommend filling this form, printing it and bringing it along with your goods to make the process faster and smoother.
Please note that there will be a 20% service fee on sold items.
See you there!
You have until April 10th to preorder your badge on our pre-registration website!
If you do not own a Paypal account, you can also pre-register at the Fanamanga in Quebec City!
We have decided to extend the deadline for panel submissions to April 3rd!
If you would like to host a panel, please fill the appropriate form found in the Get Involved section of our website and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
On that same page, you can also find the form to become a volunteer during the festival. Since volunteers are required for the festival to go smoothly, we would be very grateful if you would be willing to give us some of your time. Note that volunteers who work for atleast six hours will receive a refund of their badge amongst other benefits. If you would like to become a volunteer, please fill the form and send it to email@example.com.
Last but not least, you may also find in the Get Involved section the form for Meets ideas. If you would like to submit a theme for a Meet, don’t hesitate to fill the form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org before April 1st!