- Contribution submission form
- Schedule (usually updated mid-February)
- Class list (usually updated February)
Do you want to present?
We want you to present too! This applies especially to people who are newer to presenting and folx from underrepresented groups. If you really want to present and have doubts of any kind, please talk to us and we will help you!
Note: all presenters will be vetted before being accepted onto the presenter list. If you are unknown to the *EHU community, we will chat with you to help you become familiar with our expectations for presenters.
1. Come up with an idea for a class that you would love to present or an activity you would like to make happen.
We encourage creativity and collaboration, exploring things that you’ve been wondering about or developing in your personal play. We expect all presenters to model good safety practice and enthusiastic consent from their subjects. If you need help developing your idea, feel free to reach out for advice. If you’re looking for co-presenters or panel members, our presenter room on Discord is the best way to go!
We are looking not only for classes, but activities like group trances, ice-breakers, games, group play facilitation like speed trance or fractionation station…
2. Write it up!
We now have a convenient submission form for your class submission pleasure! Click here to go to it!
3. Get accepted to present!
We will let you know as soon as possible after you submit your classes regarding your status as a presenter at the con. If you are contributing more than 4 hours of content (not just classes, this includes organizing activities too!) you get free registration (first 25 people to submit sufficient content, more available based on registration numbers.) Our philosophy is that everyone in good standing in the community can present at our con if they want to. If we receive more presentation submissions than we have classroom space, we will ask presenters to choose which of their classes they don’t want to do. If we have a lot of presentations, we will limit people to 3 solo hours of daytime presentation (IE you could co-present 6 classes, or have 2 solo classes and 2 hours of organizing an evening activity.)
4. Get Scheduled!
We like it when you ask for the timing that works best for you, and we try our best to give you the slots you want! (We like it even more when you’re OK with all of the blocks!) There will be time for contributors to review the schedule and ensure that any quantum singularities have been resolved. We are OK with people deciding to swap classes, but only with the consent of everyone presenting.
5. Get Connected! Join the EEEHU DiSCORD and get your presenter tag so you can see the Presenters’ room!
If you are not known to the hypnosis community, you will likely be asked to provide references and participate in an e-mail exchange before being approved as a presenter.