A full table is $75. This price includes one complimentary convention membership.
A temporary business license is $20.
Tables will be approximately 8' x 2.5' and will be provided with a simple cheap cover.
There will be NO power available at the Artist Alley tables, so any electronics that the Artists feel that they need must be battery powered. If you happen to see a wall outlet by your table you MAY NOT use it.
Artists must have a Reno Business License to sell in the Artist Alley. However, if you do not have a business license, a temporary one can be provided for you by the convention for an additional fee.
At this time, we highly recommend that all artists who apply for the Artists Alley be completely vaccinated.
Artists must sell only their own work in the Artist Alley, no commercial merchandise (either new or used) is to be sold. No food may be sold or given away in the Artist Alley, with the exception of individually wrapped commercially-available candy. No copied artwork in part or in whole may be sold. This includes traced or "eyeballed" artwork, or copying trademarked logos. We will not accept any representatives from multi-level marketing companies.
Examples of what is allowed or not allowed to be sold in the artist alley include (but are not limited to):
-Fanart, as long as the design is your own original creation.
-Cosplay props, as long as they are not copies of commercially-available props. These by nature are generally copied from their source material, but the purpose of the prop is generally to be as show-accurate as possible.
-Trademarked logos that are part of a larger work. For example, if you use the bat-symbol in a painting of Batman.
-The use of commercially-purchased stickers, comics pages, magazine pages, character fabric, etc. when used as part of a transformative work, such as resin work, collage, or decoupage… as long as these were legally purchased by you.
-Eye-balled or otherwise traced artworks, this includes copied poses with different clothes, hair or facial features.
-Exact copies of existing artwork, even if drawn or painted in a different style.
-Trademarked logos directly copied onto stickers, jewelry, clothing, glassware, cross-stitch, etc. without drastically changing or otherwise parodying the logo.
-Images from Google copied directly onto stickers, jewelry, clothing, glassware, etc.
-The use of any images downloaded and printed off of Google in transformative works without being legally purchased by the artist.
Please carefully read the Artist Alley contract for a complete list of rules.