What is a panel?
One of the main features of a furry convention are the panels. Any content proposed by the community that is presented during the convention is considered a panel. In Confuror they are classified as:
- Conferences or talks
- Releases and work presentations
- Round tables and discussions
- Group games or activities
- Tournaments (Video Games or Board Games)
Although panels are housed in the convention space, attendants are the ones who propose and present their content. If you are looking forward to host any activity during Confuror, continue reading to find out more or submit your proposal following this link:
Panels and activities classification
One or several speakers are at the head of the group with the purpose of sharing they knowledge or experience on a topic.
- Themed exposition.
- Live interviews.
- Technical demonstrations (Non practical for attendees).
One or several hosts summon a group of people that share something in common with the purpose of meeting up and socialize.
- Group meetings.
- Artist/fursuiters meet & greets.
The session features a work or collection of works that will be shown to the public.
- Art shows.
- Book or publication presentation.
- Event presentation.
- Videogame or development presentation.
Round tables and discussions:
There is no speaker but a host or moderator who invites a group of people interested in listening and sharing their opinion on a proposed topic.
- Structured debates.
- Open forums for conversation on a topic.
One or several exhibitors direct the session teaching some artistic technique to attendees and putting it into practice.
- Demonstration of techniques with practice.
- Manual recreational activities.
- Dance workshops.
Game or group activity
One or several hosts direct the session coordinating a game or physical activity.
- Table tops.
- Fursuit games.
- Group games.
One or several hosts direct the session coordinating a tournament based on game or physical activity.
- Videogame tournaments.
- Dancing challenges.
- Table top tournaments.
If the above has caught your interest and you have any idea you could turn into a panel, submit your proposal now following the instructions below this link: