Further Confusion 2006

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Further Confusion 2006 was a furry convention, the eighth annual Further Confusion. It was held from January 19 to 23 at the San Jose Doubletree in San Jose, California.

The Further Confusion 2006 t-shirt.

The charity auction benefited Wildlife Companions and the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. The total amount donated from the convention to these two charities for FC2006 was $15,000.

208 fursuiters participated in the fursuit parade.

Contents

[edit] Executive staff

Lorianna, a Second Life-based vixen fursuit. One of the many costumes seen in the halls at Further Confusion 2006
  • Chair: (Loran Skunky)
  • Vice Chair and Business Director: Laura Colton (Squirrel)
  • Media Relations: Lee Strom (Chairo)
  • Asst. Business Director: Jerry Tien (Silene)
  • Events Director: Melchar
  • Events Director Second: Elizabeth French (Genevive Fox)
  • IT Director: Michael Graff (Skandragon)
  • IT Second: Vince Cardinale (Berg Polarbear)
  • Marketing Director: Jonas
  • Operations Director: Vandrav Sheridan
  • Operations Second: Simon Wolf
  • Executive Secretary: Chris Sturtivant (Findra)
  • Hotel Liaison: Chris Bartlett (Bos'n)
  • GOH Liaison, AAE Rep., and AAE Finance: Brent E. Edwards (Chip Unicorn)

[edit] Tracks

As well as the continuing activities such as Gaming and the Creators' Lounge, there were several tracks, each with events and panels. The tracks were: Art, Business, Filking, Fursuiting, Puppetry, Tech, Science, Species, Social, Writing.

[edit] Badges

There were six, colored con badge designs, by Angel Blaze, Daniel Keller, Dodge!, Kat Vixen, Sidian, and Yippee Coyote. The badge designs are reproduced in color in the conbook.

[edit] Conbook

Critterlympics at Further Confusion 2006
The secret ingredient for Iron Artist at Further Confusion 2006
The full-color Further Confusion Program Book is 48 pages, with a front cover by Eric Elliott and back cover by Starfinder. There is interior art by:


In regards to fiction, the story "Squirrel Errant" by Michael H. Payne is included, in addition to an excerpt from Volle by Kyell Gold.

As well, some pages have heraldic devices as decorative elements; these are based on depictions and descriptions in the 1909 work A Complete Guide to Heraldry by A. C. Fox-Davies.

[edit] Financials

Fursuiters at Further Confusion

Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc. started the year with $117057 in assets, including $45858 in cash (and temporary cash investments). They ended the year with $136268 in assets, including $74401 in cash. Liabilities started at $43794 and ended at $37346, making their gain/loss for the year $25659 ($28543 in cash), and their net balance $98922.

Their total revenue was $128265, of which $93133 was from memberships, $36375 was from donations and $-1243 was from merchandise, after accounting for the cost of goods sold.

Their expenses came to $98922, of which $0 was for occupancy, $8351 for equipment rental and maintenance, $4931 for catering and $9595 for printing.

Source: Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc. Form 990 (description) from Foundation Center
Note: These financials provide just a brief overview, and should be considered in context. Each convention has its own situation, which may change from year to year. Special events (like art shows) that are part of a charity's mission are usually run at a loss. Conventions typically have many other expenses which may come to far more than those listed. Check the source for further details.

[edit] References

Further Confusion 2006: Renfur: A Knight's Tail. Milpitas, California: Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, 2006.

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