Artist Alley Overview

Artist Alley Letter Of Intent submissions are now closed.

Submissions closed on: Friday, January 17, 2020


Renting a table in the Artist Alley is a two step online process.

  • Step One: Register for the Artist Alley by filling out the Letter of Intent
    • The Letter of Intent (LoI) is an online form, which is only available for a limited time
    • The link to the LoI will appear on the front page of the website when it becomes available
    • Tables for the Artist Alley are sold based on a lottery system
    • This method is also used for the waitlist (reserve list) until all tables are reserved
  • Step Two: Final Application and Paying for your Table
    • If you get a table, you will receive an e-mail including an invoice from Square for your table
    • You will be given five (5) days in which to fill out and pay for your table
    • Should you not make your payment within the deadline, you will forfeit your space and be moved to the end of the reserve list.
    • Once the Artist Alley is full, a mass email will be sent out to the remaining artists on the reserve list.
    • If any space opens up, artists on the reserve list are notified and given forty-eight (48) hours to accept or decline the space
    • If you need more time contact us and we will do our best to accommodate


  • Hours:
    • Friday: 12:00pm – 8:00pm (12:00 – 20:00)
    • Saturday: 10:00am – 7:00pm (10:00 – 19:00)
    • Sunday: 10:00am – 3:00pm (10:00 – 15:00)
  • Prices:
    • 6’ x 2.5’ (72” x 30”) table with one (1) included badge = $200.00
    • 10’ x 10’ (120” x 120”) booth with one (1) table and included badge and wifi access for one (1) device = $475.00
      • Every booth/table also comes with a wifi login to an exhibitor only wifi (1.5mbps/per booth/table)
      • Artist Convention Registration = $55.00 (per registration only)
    • NOTES:
      • Each artist, group, or studio is only permitted to rent one Artist Alley table
      • If you have an Artist Alley table, you are prohibited from also getting a Dealer’s Room table
  • Restrictions: To register and participate in the Artist Alley, you must be eighteen (18) years old by the check in date (June 11, 2020)
  • Setup:
    • You will be able to set up on Thursday night as well as an hour before and after the general Artist Alley hours each day
    • For example, if Artist Alley opens at 10:00am and closes at 6:00pm, you will be able to start setting up at 9:00am and stay until 7:00pm to make any tweaks you need to
  • Utilities: If you require electrical outlets for your table, please specify this in your Artist Alley application as it will affect your placement

    NOTE: Information about pricing for electrical outlets will be sent to you and you, or your group/studio, will be responsible for paying any associated costs


How do I Check In to the Artist Alley and what happens if I don’t?

Artist Alley check in is fast, easy, and required for all Artists before they can set up their tables.

  • Thursday:
    • Proceed to the Artist Alley booth outside Registration where you can pick up both your Exhibitor Badge and check-in to Artist Alley
    • Then proceed to the Artist Alley and staff will guide you to your table and show you where the load in area is located
  • Friday:
    • Up until noon go to the Dealers Ops booth located just inside the entrance to Hall B
    • Then proceed to the Artist Alley Staff table, located in the back of the Artist Alley
    • Show your Convention Badge to the AA staff and they will check off your name and help you find your table and show you where the load in area is
    • If you DO NOT check In by the specified time on Friday, you forfeit your table and IT WILL BE SOLD to another Artist
    • You will NOT get a refund
    • If you have gone to your table and set up without checking in, you will be asked to leave so the new renters can take possession of the table


  • Hanging things on the curtains or walls
  • Running raffles of any kind
  • Selling beverages or food products