Sign up form is available for Exhibitors!
Advance ticket purchase on Evenbrite is available now.
VCF East 2020 is coming soon (Friday, Saturday, Sunday April 24-26, 2020) so start planning your exhibits now! The overall theme this year is The 6502 Processor in remembrance of Chuck Peddle and the 45th anniversary of its creation. In addition to 6502 themed exhibits, we need a wide array of topics beyond the 6502, as always.
In related news, we are no longer charging exhibitor table fees to
acknowledge the significant effort exhibitors put forth in creating and
presenting exhibits that are vital to the success of the event!
Please send Dean (the VCF Exhibitor Liaison for 2020) any questions or comments – email@example.com
What: Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest 2020
When: Saturday March 21st and Sunday March 22nd
Where: Living Computers:Museum+Labs in Seattle, Washington.
Web site: http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw
Why … So you can share your favorite old computers and projects in person with like-minded others for two full days at a great venue. This is one of the many ways we celebrate computing history while reaching out to a larger audience, and hopefully inspiring others.
As of this writing we have seven exhibitors, three speakers, and a handful of volunteers signed up. We are looking for 20 to 25 exhibitors in total, another speaker or two, and a few more volunteers. While returning exhibits are welcome, we want to encourage first-timers to step up and try it out. (It is fun and rewarding!)
If you know that you can bring an exhibit please look at http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw/exhibitor-registration and then fill in the registration form. (Potential volunteers and speakers – send me an email instead, as there is no form.) If you are “on the fence” or just have questions please send me an email and I will get things sorted out for you. The registration deadline is January 31st but if you know you can commit now it will make project planning easier.
A description of the event can be found at http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw. General information for exhibitors including links to pictures from last year, a link to the registration form, and a FAQ can be found at http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw/exhibitor-registration. Feel free to email me with questions.
The Vintage Computer Federation Museum located at the InfoAge Science Museum (formerly Camp Evans) in Wall, NJ. will be closed for the entire month of January due to renovations. We are excited about the improvements planned. We will update everyone when the renovations are completed. The repair workshop is still scheduled for January 25 & 26.