I-CON 25 will be March 24-26, 2006 at Stony Brook University, NY
Tentative Schedule (all items are subject to change):
I-CON 25 Event Schedule: [PDF 1*][PDF 2*][XLS]
I-CON 25 Gaming Schedule: [PDF][XLS]
*PDF 1 is printable, whereas PDF 2 is optimized for screen viewing and will not print correctly.
IMPORTANT! Portions Nicholls Road will be closed this Sunday. Please check our
travel page for more information.
Click here for a few announcements about special features at I-CON 25.
ICON Science Fiction, Inc. is proud to announce its new project,
to encourage community involvement and the open sharing of ideas and
information, community.iconsf.org is our new hub for everyone who is
interested in Science Fiction, Fact, and Fantasy (and Gaming, Anime, and
everything else you might see at I-CON - and likely a whole lot
more!). We encourage you all to stop in, take a look, and speak your
mind - this site was created to allow you to immerse yourself further in
the things that matter to you (and us).
And Many, Many More...
Due to unforeseen circumstances the following guests are unable to attend this year's Convention. We apologize for any
Signatory VS. Main Media Guests:
Signatory Guest charge for all Autographs and will be on the main Dealers Floor for most of the Convention
I-CON meetings will be held on Tuesdays in the Student Union room 236 at
Stony Brook University starting January 31. If you would like to volunteer to help out, ask us some questions, or just say hi to the
folks who make I-CON a reality, feel free to come on down from 7:00pm to approximately 8:30pm. We look forward
to seeing you!
Attended by over 6,000 people each year, I-CON is a three day festival, designed to encourage literacy, creativity
and interest in science and technology through science fiction and its related genres. Programming at I-CON spans a
wide range of topics and interests, including science fiction, fantasy, horror, comic books, Japanese animation
(otherwise known as Anime), medieval reenactment, science and technology.
Guest speakers are invited from around the world to share their experiences in their fields, information about
any new or upcoming projects and their insights into the genre with their fans. Over the course of the convention,
guests typically will participate in panel discussions, give workshops and demonstrations, sign autographs, and
interact with their fans on a one on one basis in such venues as the Awards Banquet. With so much to offer, I-CON
is able to appeal to a diverse audience, including college students, senior citizens and families with young
I-CON (with a hyphen) is presented annually by ICON Science Fiction, INC (without a hyphen; hereafter referred to
as "ICON") and the I-CON Campus Chapter. ICON is a not-for-profit corporation which is a legal entity separate from
New York State and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
How to get to I-CON
In order to attend I-CON, you must have a membership. If you need directions on how
to get to I-CON, please check out our travel page. If you have any further questions,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or check the I-CON contact
page for ways to contact specific members of our convention staff.