Saturday, April 14
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
at Pitts Library
for Andrew College's first annual Campus Con! We have everything you need for an afternoon of nerdy fun: artist panels, cardboard cosplay demonstrations, escape room, vendors, video games, Dungeons & Dragons, photo ops, candy sushi, costume contest, food truck, and more!
This FREE event is open to both college students/faculty and members of the community. All ages are welcome!
Tickets are limited! Reserve yours now HERE!
Author of Scion Series
Michael J. Allen is a bestselling author of multi-layer science fiction and fantasy novels. Born in Oregon and an avid storm fan, he lives in far too hot & humid rural Georgia with his two black Labradors: Myth and Magesty. On those rare occasions he tears himself away from reading, writing, and conventions he can be found enjoying bad scifi movies, playing D&D or the occasional video game, getting hit with sticks in the SCA or hanging out with the crew of Starfleet International’s U.S.S. DaVinci. To learn more about Michael, check out his website at www.deliriousscribbles.com.
Tuskegee Heirs Co-Creators
Tuskegee Heirs writer & co-creator
Greg Burnham is a children’s book author and co-creator/writer of Tuskegee Heirs. His passion for history is only matched by his fire to inspire children to reach higher heights. By day, Greg works in finance, coaches basketball, and raises his two children. By night, he, along with Marcus Williams, form the duo that has brought Tuskegee Heirs to life.
Tuskegee Heirs illustrator, writer, and co-creator
A professional illustrator and comic artist of 15+ years, Marcus bring his experience of drawing and crafting high quality art and stories to this project. His comic career started by drawing and producing a wildly popular nationally published comic entitled, “Hero Cats of Stellar City.” While working on this comic, Marcus fine-tuned his understanding of the business of making, selling, marketing, and publishing comics by attending dozens of comic conventions and even comic retailer summits where he conversed and mingled with VPs from Marvel and DC comics.
Terrence Harris graduated from Andrew College in 2015 with an Associate of Arts degree and has continued his education at Columbus State University. While at Andrew, Terrence was active in the visual arts and contributed regular comic strips to the Andrew Weekly student newsletter. Prior to leaving Andrew, Terrence began work on Adventure of Charlie Lizardon, a web comic that continues into the present. His drawings, paintings, and digital art at times situate themselves securely in the worlds of various fandoms; at other times, they create mythologies all their own.
Chris Johnson, a graduate of Clemson University and the University of South Carolina, is the Assistant Professor of Visual Art and Director of the Visual Art Program at Andrew College. Chris started at Andrew College in 2013, and has led his program in new and exciting directions, his most recent achievement at the college being the addition of ceramics courses in a renovated building in downtown Cuthbert. Outside of Andrew College, Chris has received recognition for his historical murals, two in Cuthbert, three grain bin murals in neighboring Shellman, and one in North Carolina. He is recognized for this work in the latest issue of Southwest Georgia Living Magazine. Chris’s art is rooted in a variety of styles and mediums, including woodcuts and the recycled cardboard art he discusses in his Campus Con panel. His work has been featured in galleries across the southeast.
A former Andrew College Fighting Tiger, Jerami Sanders now calls the Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta home. While at Andrew, Jerami was a vital force in the visual art department, helping set the tone for the program at the time with the energy, creativity, and enthusiasm he brought to both his own work and larger departmental projects. He has taken this passion with him to Atlanta. Jerami’s work runs a broad spectrum, from fan art to hip hop album covers. His latest efforts, a series of drip portraits, finds him at his best.
Free popcorn! (while it lasts)
San Joe’s Mexican Food Truck – first 100 people in get a ticket for a free taco!
Guests may park in the Old Main parking lot and walk across the campus green to the library, or pass Old Main and turn right onto Highland Avenue from College Street. The library parking lot is the first right off of Highland. Event signs will be up pointing the way and student staffers will be on campus to help you find where you're going.