Artist Alley is a companion to the Dealer Den - a place for artists to gather, show off their work, sell prints, or trade/sell commissions or other handcrafted arts. Different than the Dealer Den, Artist Alley is meant for artists who create their work on-the-go.
Space in the Alley is limited and seating will be awarded based on a lottery to ensure fairness. You may sign up for the Alley half an hour before it opens, and if your name is called you get a spot! In the event demand for the Alley is low space will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
To be entered into the lottery convene outside the dealers den a half an hour before the doors open.
Keep in mind that power is not available in the Artist Alley.
Artist Alley - Rules
Seats are available for artists looking to do commissions, sketches, or other at-con crafts. Artists are allowed to sell their wares as long as they are handmade (this includes DVDs, prints, or original sketches). Commercial/mass manufactured items may not be sold.
- Mature artwork may not be openly displayed.
- Space is chosen by lottery. Artists who are selected will get half a table (3ft) of space to work at.
- If you need to leave for a short period we will hold your spot for up to 30 minutes. Otherwise, your spot opens up for the next available artist on the waiting list. Please contact a staffer before abandoning your table for any period.
- Don't leave a mess, pencil shavings, or eraser flakes. If you leave a mess you will not be allowed back. Leave your space in as good or better condition than you found it.