Minicon 30 History
Minicon 30 was held 14–16 April 1995.
At-Con Web Pages
Minicon 30 was held in the very early days of the World Wide Web
and featured webpages served from a computer in the convention hotel, which
were developed and maintained during the convention.
Here is the photo gallery assembled during the
convention, plus more photos added after the con.
Selected items from the program book (text-only)
Scan of the program book
[Added in 2011] We don't currently know of any clean electronic
copies of the program book, although page 90 indicates that such a thing
must have existed at some point. Anyway, here's
a PDF of a scan
(100MB) or a
quality version of the same (3MB).
Except as noted below, the parts of the
Minicon 30 Program Book
made available here are by
the Minnesota Science Fiction Society, Erin McKee, or Ken Fletcher and are
are licensed under a Creative
Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States
Art by Jody Lee is © Jody Lee and reproduced here by permission.
T-shirt art by James A. Kuehl is © James A. Kuehl and reproduced here by permission.
Minicon 17 program book cover art by Kathy Marschall is © Kathy Grantham and is reproduced here by permission.
Minicon 12, 13, and 15 program book cover art by Jim Odbert is © nybor mystical art 2009 and reproduced here by permission.
Art by Derrick Dasenbrock, TL, and Larry Becker are © each of them.
Advertisements remain property of the advertisers.
The Minicon 23 program book cover art, Operations Policies, Masquerade Rules, Art Show Rules, and Auction Rules
are public domain.
This notice is more permissive than that printed in the program book and supersedes it.
Here is a video of the Minicon 30
Masquerade. For somewhat higher video quality, you can also download all of the files needed to make a copy of
the DVD that the above video was extracted from.
Opening Ceremonies and Radio Show Video
Here's a video
of the Minicon 30 opening ceremonies and the radio play that was performed
afterwards. WARNING: 7 GB. You can also watch the radio show on YouTube, which will
probably be easier on your bandwidth.
Here's a video
including images of some of the button badges used in this Minicon era.
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