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BSG Exhibit AND Jane Espenson? Frak Yeah!

September 12, 2011

A very special event is coming to a city very near to us….in conjunction with Geek Girl Con in Seattle the weekend of October 8th and 9th, BSG and Caprica writer Jane Espenson will be appearing at the Science Fiction Museum  for a 90 minute talk.  What better time to arrange a trip down to the Museum to see that BSG Exhibit we’ve been talking about for so long!  And, to top it off, the folks at the Sci-Fi Museum have given the 13th Colony our very own portal to buy discounted tickets:

For tickets to the Sci-Fi Museum (and Experience Music Project), follow this link for tickets at $15 rather than the regular $18 at the door:

For tickets to the Jane Espenson event called “Oral History Live! with Jane Espenson” follow this link:

**Note, if you are a Geek Girl Con pass holder, use the code MEMBERS ROCK in the discount section to get a half price ticket for Jane’s talk – $5 rather than $10.

**Note, the Jane Espenson talk is extra, not included with your EMP/SFM admission ticket

Jane Espenson, and a bunch of other cool guests, are appearing on a Whedonistas panel later in the day as part of Geek Girl Con.  If you are interested in the convention, check it out here:   My husband and I will be attending the convention, so I hope to see you there!

PS>..and yes, GEEK GUYS are also very welcome!!


Bear in the Pacific Northwest

October 6, 2008

Quite frankly, bears are common in our neck of the woods, but the arrival of this one is a special event.

Bear McCreary, composer for Battlestar Galactica and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, is going to be appearing at the Sci-Fi Museum in Seattle as part of their “Exposed: Inside Film” speaker series on Wednesday October 15th at 7pm.  In his blog story here, Bear promises the evening ‘s discussion will be wide-ranging and insightful for any BSG fan.

The event is free for EMP/SFM members, and only $5 for the general public.  For more info, check here.