Artist Alley Applications
Artist Alley applications will close 9/30.
The Artist Alley is intended for smaller vendors or vendors experimenting to see how they do with sales. This in mind, artist alley spots are chosen by lottery and spots are only given for a single day; it is possible to win multiple days, but artists without a spot will be chosen first.
Our artist alley will require a convention badge for both selling and buying. Badges are sold separate from tables.
Contact: Questions regarding Artist Alley should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make sure you are in the lottery, you must first enter your business information. If you refresh the vendor page after this, you should see this screen:
Make sure to create an application for all the days you’re interested in, and select a table type. You may also apply for the Dealers Den.
Artists may apply for a half-table or full table for each of the three days of the convention. Tables are approximately 8’x30″ in a 10×5 space.
- Half-tables: FREE!
- Full tables: $50 (Friday), $50 (Saturday), $40 (Sunday).
- Electricity: is $20/day, and may be purchased from the Event Store once your application is approved.
- Boxed Lunches: $15/day. May be purchased from the Event Store once your application is approved.
- Registration: Registration is purchased separately at the standard attendee price.
Terms and Conditions
Artists found to violate the Code of Conduct within or outside the convention, including having a reputation for not finishing commissions, may have their table forfeited.
Artists agree to all the following terms of the Vendor Policies.
There are various policies for the Artist Alley, and failure to follow them could result in table revocation:
- Artists are expected to show up at their table and set up before opening. Failure to arrive by opening may result in the table spot being forfeited and being offered to another artist known to be on-site.
- Artists may leave early, but are discouraged from doing so.
- Artists must clear their table at the end of Artist Alley hours.
- By selling with LVFC, you agree that the convention is not liable for any lost or damaged merchandise. You are responsible for the safety of your merchandise and any belongings you have.
- Artists must turn in sales tax paperwork at the end of their sales that weekend. Failure to do so can result in barring from future vendor spaces, future conventions, and reporting to tax authorities for tax evasion.
- Artists may join the Alley at-con to take vacant seats, but this must be done with staff approval to ensure compliance with tax paperwork. Failure to do so can result in barring from future vendor spaces, future conventions, and reporting to tax authorities for tax evasion.
All dealers must be compliant with state and federal tax and licensing laws before opening sales: they must either show a Nevada sales tax license (if dealing at two or more events in Nevada per year), or receive a one-time sales tax return form from the convention. If you fall under the former and require a state sales tax license, you can apply for one at Nevada’s official tax portal, Silverflume.