Holy cow....I have been receiving emails from people telling us what they want to do at Brickworld to add to the event. It is great that people are getting so excited. Of course, I am always swamped (right now with BW Indy) and I live concerned that I am not returning their emails and getting information out quickly enough.
In a couple weeks, I will be focused on Chicago and the faucet will open...I will be putting out information and details...I will be asking for more people to step up and add to the event. We will be in full swing of organizing the convention side of the event.
On top of that, we will be opening MOC registration and table reservations. I can't stress enough how much I believe in the power of the collaborative displays. M-Tron debuted in Chicago last year and I think it will be even bigger this year. VirtualLUG is busy cooking up another fabulous collaboration in secret and I fully expect the Eurobricks crew to be up to the challenge with a collaboration of their own.
Meanwhile, we have the castle collaboration. If you have ever thought about doing something for castle, this is the year to do it. Yet to be announced is a special set of prizes to commemorate the anniversary of the first castle set (or so I am told).
The Great Ball Contraption is another collaboration that is pretty daunting to some people (the more artistic). But, it is always fun to watch. If you are mechanically inclined, give a simple module a shot.
Then there is the microscale collaboration. It took a hit last year because some key people weren't at the show. But, there is no reason that EVERYONE couldn't make one 16x16 module for this collaboration. Just think how big it would be with 1,000 modules of this size...how cool would that be?!?!
Collaborations help bring the community together. And, that is really the heart of what Brickworld is about.
Lots going on behind the scenes right now!! More to be revealed soon. But, first - Brickworld Indy on March 9 and 10.
I am soooooo excited this year!!!