ASAPA Presents

A Taste of Animethon 2017

January 20 and 21, 2017
Shaw Conference Centre
A Taste of Animethon, our winter event atoa.animethon.org A Taste of Animethon is our winter event which takes place at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton city centreWebsite Animethon, our summer event www.animethon.org Animethon is our summer event, held at Edmonton's Grant MacEwan University downtown campusWebsite Our parent society, the Alberta Society for Asian Popular Arts www.asapa.ca ASAPA is our parent society ensuring our events are safegaurded for current and future generations to enjoyWebsite
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Community

We are proud to be a part of a strong community in Alberta, here are just some Alberta community members and organisations.

Otafest

Otafest is a Calgary based non-profit organization expressing the values of charity, quality, and transparency. The body of our activity pertains to the promotion of Japanese art, culture, and media in the Canadian community, and our organization rests firmly on the spirit of community collaboration and volunteerism.

Nishikaze

Nishikaze (nee-she-ka-zay) is Japanese for west wind, a common occurrence in Southern Alberta. Originally started in 2004, Nishikaze set out to be a local gathering for fans of Japanese anime, manga, and related media such as video games. While we showcase anime, we strive to expand our event into other areas of interest like live-action movies and Asian culture.

Tsurucon

Tsurucon is Red Deer, Alberta's one and only anime and multimedia convention with panels and events catering to comic, videogame, cosplay, and anime enthusiasts! We are a non-profit event currently hosted at Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School and Festival Hall.

Questions

If you have any community related questions or would like to collaborate with us please email info@asapa.ca

Our event community coordinator can be reached at community@animethon.org