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Artist Alley


Hours*:

Thursday: 12pm-7pm
Friday: 10am-6pm
Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 10am-5pm

 

* SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Artist Alley information for Animé Los Angeles 16:

 

Animé Los Angeles 16 Artist Alley tables will be sold via lottery drawing.

 

Entry form will be open until August 15th, 2019. The drawing to determine those who will have an opportunity to purchase a table will be held shortly there after. Those selected will then be notified via the email address they provided and given a link to purchase their table space.

 

This process will allow everyone enough time to submit their names to the lottery form (see link below) as to avoid any issues will server/website overload.

 

Animé Los Angeles 16 Artist Alley lottery form (click here)

 

(note: ONLY one entry per person/email. Duplicates will be deleted.)

Guidelines

Definitions:        Artist: Primary Artist

Event Sponsor: Animé Los Angeles

AADH: Artist Alley/Exhibit Hall Department Head

Event Sponsor: Animé Los Angeles 16

Sponsor Address: 23 Spectrum Pointe Drive, #201, Lake Forest, CA  92630

Event Location: 2000 E Convention Center Way, Ontario, CA 91764

Artist Alley Location: Convention Center – Main Exhibit Hall

Event Dates: January 9th-12st, 2020.

Load-in and Set-up Hours*:           Wednesday: 1pm

Open to the Public Hours*:

Thursday: 12pm-7pm

Friday: 10am-6pm

Saturday: 10am-6pm

Sunday: 10am-5pm

* – SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Pricing:  $300 and includes the following

  • One (1) table; Two (2) chairs
  • Two (2) Exhibit Hall badges

The Event Sponsor will provide one table and two chairs per table but will not provide electricity or network connection. Please contact Exhibits staff for Convention Center price sheet if additional services are needed. AADH reserves the right to: refuse registration for any reason and prohibit sales at any time. Anything that the AADH deems hazardous will be removed immediately.

  1. Artist Restrictions
    1. Animé Los Angeles Staff can assist at a table for an artist but may not participate as a Primary Artist.
    2. Artist must provide a dated California Reseller’s Permit to the Event Sponsor for event dates, which can be obtained from The California Board of Equalization (http://www.boe.ca.gov) and have the document (or copy) with them always while in Artists’ Alley. No exceptions.
      1. A digital copy is acceptable; however, it must be easily displayable if requested.
      2. The seller’s permit must be in the Primary Artist’s name. The Assistant Artist/Secondary Artist will be operating under the same permit.
    3. Table spaces are non-transferable; Artists may not willingly give their table away.
    4. Tables are non-refundable after 11/01/2019 except for specific circumstances.
      1. Refunds are subject to a processing fee once they are accepted
      2. Refunds are NOT guaranteed.
      3. Refunds will be sent via check to the address of table purchaser
    5. Artists that do not check into their table space prior to 10AM on 1/9/2020 will forfeit their table space.
      1. Check-in and set-up will be available starting 1/08/2020. Specific times TBA closer to the event.
    6. Names for publications will be in the following format:
      1. Artists may be listed as a requested nickname/handle.
      2. If no nickname/handle is given, the artists’ first and last name will be used
    7. Any artist under 18 at the time of the convention must show consent from their parent/legal guardian in a signed hard-copy.
      1. Parent/Legal Guardian does not need to be present at the time of check-in, but Artist will be required to show a contact email and phone number in consent letter.
    8. The table number must always be visible at all times.

  1. Nothing is to be taped, stapled or glued to the table itself.
  2. Event Sponsor is not liable for lost or stolen items belonging to Artist. Artists’ Alley will have set hours and lock down.
  3. Doors will be locked overnight. Artists leave their personal items at their own risk.
  4. Open areas will not be obstructed with Artist goods. Any property occupying walkways will be removed. Artist will be given one verbal warning. Further warnings will result in removal of property and/or forfeiture of table.
  5. Artist will not sell:
    1. Proxy items / anything sold from another studio
    2. Bootleg material and/or anything that violates copyright infringement
    3. Any food or beverage
    4. Mass produced artist items (Item plans that are sent to a company to be created)
    5. Commercial items
    6. Make up or offer wig styling services; services may be paid for in the Event Space but must be conducted off-site.
  6. Artist (or Artist Assistant) must be present at Artists’ Alley to sell Artist’s work. All sales must be conducted at Artist’s table. No outside sales are permitted.

 

  1. Artist Allowances
    1. Overhead displays must demonstrate stability during all hours of the day, regardless of surroundings. Anything deemed as a safety hazard by the AADH must be corrected or taken down immediately.
    2. Only products produced by the Artist are allowed in Artists’ Alley:
      1. Original self-made artwork (fan art or original characters) that has been made into prints (copies), comics, books, bookmarks, calendars, pins, plushies, T-shirts, key-chains, buttons, etc.
      2. Commissioned artwork requested by convention members
      3. Self-made clothing/costumes, hats, gloves, etc.
      4. Self-published CDs and DVDs
      5. Costume props: after sale, all props must be taken directly to hotel room, car or be peace-bonded immediately
      6. Styling services for wigs must be performed off-site in a hotel room, studio, etc.
    3. Adult-themed works that include nudity, adult situations, profanity, drugs, alcohol use, and or violence, must be kept out of sight of minors. Portfolios may be kept under the table until requested by adults (18+). Any sale of such items from adults will require a government-issued photo ID at the time of purchase and must be issued a dark-colored bag to hold items.
    4. Music at low levels is permitted provided it does not disturb other Artists and does not add to the overall dynamic of the room.
    5. Tables cannot be moved, or block entrances or exits.

 

  • Artist Code of Conduct
    1. Any behavior not approved by the AADH will first receive one verbal warning. Further warnings may result in forfeiture of table.
    2. Any complaints and/or disputes between Artists (and/or staff) will be investigated by staff in a timely matter.
    3. Artist MUST comply with convention policy as well as city and state laws. Any violation of the above may result in expulsion from the Event Space.

Animé Los Angeles 16 Artist Alley