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Further Confusion

Further Confusion
Status Active
Genre Furry
Venue San Jose McEnery Convention Center
Location(s) San Jose, California
Country United States
Inaugurated 1999
Attendance 3560 in 2014
Organized by Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc.
Filing status 501(c)3
Website
http://furtherconfusion.org/

Further Confusion, or Furcon, is an annual furry convention held in San Jose, California each January, celebrating the anthropomorphics genre or furry fandom, including charitable benefits, educational seminars, art shows, panels and general social activities. It was the first event sponsored by Anthropomorphic Arts and Education (Furcon is its registered service mark) and continues to be its largest.

Beginning in 1999 with attendance of 691 individuals, Further Confusion has grown rapidly. In 2013 its attendance was 3,232 individuals from around the world. Further Confusion donated over $100,000 to various charitable beneficiaries (including animal shelters, rescue groups, and the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund) in the period 1999-2008.[1] Its art show sales routinely exceed $50,000.[2]

Contents

  • Guests of honor 1
  • Anthropomorphic Arts and Education 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Guests of honor

A fursuiter hosts the Iron Artist competition at Further Confusion 2002

Every year, Further Confusion invites significant artists, writers, or other creative workers as guests of honor. The guests of honor so far have been:

Anthropomorphic Arts and Education

Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc. (AAE) is a

  • Further Confusion official website

External links

  • "Beyond Computers". Public Radio International. 1999-01-22. Retrieved 2010-02-23. 
  • Larson, Alina (2003-01-23). "Animal Instincts: Fans of furry critters convene to help mankind". Tri-Valley Herald. Retrieved 2010-02-23. 
  • Reed, Dan (2005-01-15). "Largest ever convention of 'furries' descends on San Jose, Calif.". San Jose Mercury News. 
  • "'Furry' convention takes over city". Fox News. 2005-01-18. 
  • "Furry fans gathering". The Sunday Telegraph of Australia. 2005-01-23. 
  1. ^ Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc. "Activities". Retrieved 2008-04-22. 
  2. ^ Further Confusion. "Further Confusion 2009: Art Show". Retrieved 2008-11-06. 
  3. ^ "2009 guests of honor". Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  4. ^ "AAE, Inc's official Web site". Retrieved 2008-07-05. 
  5. ^ Anthropomorphic Arts and Education at WikiFur

References

[5][4]

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