Contests and Sign-Ups
Cosplay Frame Template
Download and fill in this cosplay frame template to show off your plans for the convention!
AMV Contest – Accepting entries until September 1, 4:30pm. (Entries now closed)
Cosplay Chess – Submit online through October 20 (deadline extended).
Cosplay Contest – Submit online through October 12 or hand in to the Cosplay Coordinator at the convention.
Cosplay Lip Sync Showdown
Cosplay Lip Sync Showdown – Submit online through October 1. (Entries now closed)
Dungeons & Dragons Open – The Gangs of Waterdeep
Dungeons & Dragon Open – Sign up to apply to be in the D&D open! Sign-ups close on October 23, 2018 (deadline extended).
Fan Art Contest
Fan Art Contest – The Kumoricon Fan Art Contest will accept entries either online or at the convention. Online entries are due October 27.
Fan Fiction Contest
Fan Fiction Contest – The Kumoricon Fan Fiction Contest will accept entries either online or at the convention. Novel entries are due October 6, and others October 26.
Fashion Show – Kumoricon is seeking models for the fashion show! Accepting application through October 13. (Entries now closed)
Karaoke Contest – Submit online through October 20 or hand in to the Karaoke Coordinator at the convention.
Mascot Contest – Here's your chance to make your work a part of Kumoricon. Accepting entries through September 9. (Entries now closed)
Photoshoot Listing and Sign-Up – Submit your photoshoot or cosplay meet-up here! Please note that photoshoots are arranged by attendees and not considered part of official programming.
Pro-Bending Tournament – Sign up by October 20, or before all spots are filled.
Panel Form – This form allows you to apply to run a panel or event at the convention. Our schedules are built on these forms, so they are mandatory for all persons running a panel. This form is due no later than 11:59pm, August 15, 2018. After the deadline, all panel forms will be reviewed, and applicants will be notified via email whether or not their panel was accepted. Space is limited, so panels are approved selectively. Submitting a form does not automatically approve your panel. Your panel is only final if and when you receive written approval from the Panels Manager or Director of Programming. [Submissions now closed]