Posting this as a deviation as well, because heck- she's cute. Details below if you're interested!
---Steamcon® IV - October 26-28 - Seattle, WA
Yup, it's that time of year again- Steamcon
® is going into its third year of Artists' Alley
, a place for Steampunk craftspersons to promote their hand-crafted
wares! We know that it can be difficult for smaller-scale artisans to afford or procure a full-blown vendor's table at conventions, so this is a chance for the less mass-produced artists to get their work out there.Steamcon
® will receive Artists’ Alley applications for review until June 1st
, at which point we will begin evaluating & accepting exhibitors until the Artists’ Alley is full. All applicants will be juried, and consideration will be based on applicability of wares, date of receipt and diversity of merchandise available in the Artists’ Alley.
- It's worth noting, for example, that we see a lot of jewelry artisans who work with assembled gears and clock parts. If you'd like to stand out from the crowd of other applicants, your best bet would be to make something that is uniquely yours.
- Also note that participation in previous Artists' Alleys does not guarantee that you will be afforded a space this year. We receive a lot of applications at once, and we want to make sure that the Alley is juried for quality and relevance.
If you wish to participate, please read and fill out the application HERE
, and send us photos of your wares by either posting them to the Steamcon Flickr group, or e-mailing them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to shoot me a note at email@example.com
. We hope to see you in October!
Claire HummelSteamcon® IV Artists' Alley coordinator