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  1. Default HAuNTcon 2014 Education line-up! 
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Let's start with the amazing line up of Hands On Workshops:

    Sculpt, Mold, Pour and Paint a Custom mask (3 sessions)- Laney Chantal and Tate Steinsiek
    Gory Makeup techniques- Hannah Moon, Chamber of Terror
    Innovative Prop Making, Packing Tape, Plastic Wrap & Scissors!- Sherry Ramsey & Carolyn Matulich, Twisted Manor
    Rusted!- Shayne Torrans
    Realistic Tombstone - Chris & Jeff Davis, The Davis Graveyard
    RJ Haddy Workshop
    Create a Bust Statue- Chris & Jeff Davis, The Davis Graveyard
    Roy Wooley's Weapons That Won't Kill Your Budget- Roy Wooley
    Create a Corpse: Skeleton Corpsing Workshop- Chris & Jeff Davis, The Davis Graveyard

    For more information and speaker bio's please visit: http://hauntcon.com/education/hands-on-workshops/

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    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    HAuNTcon 2014 Spooky Creative Sessions:

    Projected Ghost Effects- Chris & Jeff Davis, The Davis Graveyard

    How to safely use fog and special effects- Adam Pogue, Froggy’s Fog

    How to WIN on Faceoff Panel discussion- Roy Wooley, RJ Haddy, Tom Devlin and more!

    Theming your Haunt!”: Using Psychology to Dramatize Your Theme and “Traumatize” Your Patrons!- Craig Caldwell, Advanced Fear Mechanics

    Advanced Haunted Attraction Floor Plan Design- Leonard Pickel, Hauntrepreneurs(R) Themed Attraction Design and Consulting

    How Realistic Detailing Can Make Or Break Your Set- Chris & Jeff Davis, Davis Graveyard

    A House Cannot Be Haunted Without a History: Developing a Killer Back Story-Drew Edward Hunter, Sally Industries

    Psychological Horror In Haunts And Performances- Michael “Mr. Maniacal” Maxim, Price Entertainment

    Adding Movie Quality Special Effects to Your Haunted Attraction- Steve Wolf, Wolf Stuntworks

    Prop Fabrication On A Budget- Russ Foster, Panic in the Park

    Antiques and Animations: Creating a Realistic Haunt- Rusty Minter, Creekside Manor Haunted House

    The BEST news is all of these classes are FREE with your HAuNTcon registration!

    Check out http://hauntcon.com/education/creative-track/ for the full details and class descriptions.

  3. Default Business Classes 
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    In an industry centered on macabre subjects like death and dying, the one thing you don’t want flat-lining is your business. For haunters, the technicalities of business can be overwhelming. HAuNTcon has brought the brightest specialists in their respective fields of marketing, social media, business plans, getting started and more to share their knowledge and experience with you. These very important classes are chosen to help make running your haunt easier, more lucrative… and more fun!

    Critical Components Of A Haunted Attraction Website- Jeffrey Ward, Captivation Media Group www.captivationmedia.com

    Media Buying – Stretching the Advertising Dollar- Julie Dion, Dion Marketing www.dionmarketing.com

    Haunted House Safety: Don’t Let the Details Kill Ya’- Fire Marshal Todd Mitchel & Shannon Brinkley, TerrorDome and Harris Co. Fire Marshal Office

    Sponsorship Development- D’Ann Dagan, Hangman’s Haunted House www.hangmans.com

    The Power of Partnerships- Julie Dion, Dion Marketing www.dionmarketing.com

    Advertising Using Facebook Ads- Steve Colberg, Scary Tinker Labs www.scarytinkerlabs.com

    Creating a Non-Profit Haunted Attraction- D’Ann Dagan, Hangman’s Haunted House www.hangmans.com

    Paid vs Volunteer; Operating An Attraction With A Hybrid Staff- Jim Bugos, Ghoul Mansion www.ghoulmansion.com

    How To Build A Creative Team- Chris & Jeff Davis and the crew of Davis Graveyard, Davis Graveyard www.davidgraveyard.com

    7 Ways to Profit in the $7 Billion Dollar Halloween Industry- Kimberly Stewart

    Taking The Fright Out Of Writing A Haunted Business Plan-Joyce McLean, Ghosts and Pirates LLC www.hauntedmayfieldmanor.com

  4. Default Demonstration Sessions 
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Demonstrations are the messy seminars. Whether they are led by business owners showcasing unique and powerful products or artisans sharing techniques and methodologies, no one knows the ins and outs of a particular topic better than the person who pioneered it. Learn how to maximize the potential of a featured product, as well as tips and tricks to make your attraction better. Times and topics are subject to change.

    Original Music For Your Haunted Attraction- Chris Thomas, Music for Haunts www.musicforhaunts.com

    How To Create Effective, Detailed Zombies Cheap and in a Pinch- Dale FIink, Castle of Chaos

    The Art of Foam Carving- Chris & Jeff Davis and the crew of Davis Graveyard, Davis Graveyard www.davisgraveyard.com

    Fast Faces! – Horror Face Painting at a Fast Pace!- Nick Wolfe, Evil Twin FX www.eviltwinfx.com

    Hot Wire Foam Carving: Intro to Small and Large 3D Props!- Laura Neeley, Hot Wire Foam Factory www.hwff.com

    Tear it and Wear It! – Zombifie, Age, and Distress- Roy Wooley, www.roywooley.com

    Distressing Your Haunt: Dingy, Disgusting Walls!- Ettie Thompson, Maze of Terror

    How To Properly And Effectively Light Attractions and Store Displays With LED’s- Quan Gan, Darklight www.darklightsystem.com

    RJ Haddy Demo TBA- RJ Haddy, www.radfxco.com

    Burns, Flesh Wounds, & Frozen Props! The Art of Detailing Dead Bodies- Maris Blanchard

    Application of Latex Prosthetics with Emphasis on Airbrushing to Achieve Desired Effect-Tom Devlin, 1313 FX Fright Zone www.1313fxfrightzone.com

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