Panel refers to a conference given by one or many amateurs that have acquired an expertise in a given subject.
Workshop refers to a presentation whose purpose is to teach the public about a particular art while also allowing them to participate.
Interval refers to the 10-15 minutes gap between every panel/workshop that allows the previous panel/workshop to gather their things and for the following panel/workshop to prepare and setup.
Schedule block refers to a one (1) hour block in the schedule, but of which the length is in fact forty-five (45) minutes due to the interval between panels/workshops. In the case of a panel/workshop of which the length is two (2) schedule blocks, the interval between said two (2) blocks will be added to the length of the panel, making it effectively one (1) hour and forty-five (45) minutes long.
The Festival will be held from March 29 tp March 29, 2019. Panels will be held during the following times:
- Friday from 2 pm to 1 am
- Saturday from 10 am to 1 am
- Sunday from 10 am à 6 pm
A panel/workshop is of a length of either one (1) or two (2) schedule blocks.
Panelists must respect the interval between panels/workshops to allow the following panel/workshop to setup and start on time.
Panels/workshops rated 16+ and 18+ will be selected at the discretion of the Festival.
The Festival reserves the right to reject some panels/workshops at its discretion.
Each panel/workshop can have up to three(3) panelists. More people can assist, but their participation will not count toward the refund policy.
Two tables (1) and four (4) chairs will be available at the front of the room for the panelists to use.
Panelists are required to bring their own computer, if they require one.
The Québec City Convention Center will provide a high speed wireless internet connection for all panelists and festival-goers.
The sale of food as part of a panel or workshop is prohibited.
The refund is only effective for the three (3) panelists specified in the form.
The panelists badge will be refunded as follows:
1 Panel / workshop: $10
2 Panels / Workshops: $20
3 Panels / Workshops or More: Badge value up to a maximum of $30 (Keep in mind that the deadline to take advantage of the early bird rate is February 15, 2019.)
To become a panelist, propose your project via the form below. The deadline to submit your form is February 17, 2019.