Once again this year, all artwork entries will need to be of a Scifi/Fantasy theme. If there are any questions about if your art work qualifies for viewing, present your concerns to the art show head Michael Byrne. If there are any questions or issues regarding if it follows the necessary theme, a select group will make a final decision.
We apologize if this sends any of our artisans away, yet as we continue to grow we must look to the future of the Marscon Art Show and its artisans. For many of you, this decision will not affect you. However, MarsCon is a Scifi/fantasy convention with panels and guests revolving around these genres. We feel the art show reflected them as well.
We appreciate your understanding of this matter and look forward to seeing your work at the 2017 MarsCon Art Show.
MarsCon Art Show staff and volunteers.
|Noon–7:00 pm||Walk-in Artist Check In|
|3:00 pm–7:00 pm||Open for Public Viewing|
|9:00 pm–10:30 pm||Artists’ Reception|
|Quick sales begin|
|Print Shop Opens|
|10:00 am–5:00 pm||Open|
|10:00 am–Noon||Walk-in Artist Check In|
|5:00 pm||Bidding Closes|
|7:00 pm–till done||Art Auction|
|10:00 am–1:00 pm||Art Pick up|
Please remember that a written bid is the same as making a promise. Writing in your bid on a bid sheet indicates a sincere intention to purchase that piece. Please consider your choice carefully before putting a bid on anything. Once written, we prefer that the bid not be crossed out. If you do change your mind, please notify the art show staff.
If you placed a bid on a piece of artwork, you and only you are responsible for discovering if you are the winning bidder, so please check back frequently and be sure to pick up your artwork on Sunday. The Art Show will not hold any artwork. Any artwork not picked up by closing of Art Show on Sunday will be auction off at closing ceremonies. Any questions, comments or concerns should be taken to the Art Show Directors, Michael Byrne or Karla Lindemann, or the Art Show staff.
PLEASE NOTE: No electronic or photographic
imaging of displayed artwork is allowed. Ever!
ABSOLUTELY no cameras, bags, backpacks,
purses, food, drink, smoke, voluminous cloaks,
long coats, jackets, canes, carts or such items not
necessary for walking or physical transportation.
Quarter staves, longbows, vials of mysterious liquids, torches (even unlit), pitchforks, or other items that may be regarded potentially dangerous toward causing damage to or theft of artwork are not permitted in the Art Show display space. A claim check area will be provided.
Mail in Art should go to:
Michael J Byrne
18236 State Highway 15
Kimball MN 55353-9707
Note that all Art work has to be there no later then Monday February 27, 2017; any Art work that arrives there after February 27 will not be in the show.
Our policy changed in 2016, the new policy is as follows:
No hanging fees, but MarsCon will charge a 15% commission on all sales. MarsCon will pay the cost of credit card use.
All Mail In Art should include funds to cover return postage (if your Art sells we will include this with your payment).
Once again we are asking each artist (or agent) to fill in a Display Art form (for material in the Art Show) and/or the Print Shop form (for material to go into the Print Shop). This will help us get titles and prices exactly right. If you show up at the Art Show without having sent in the form(s) we will have you do it on-site. Save yourself some time at MarsCon and do it in advance.
If you have questions about the Art Show you can write to email@example.com.
March 3-5, 2017
Hilton Minneapolis/St Paul Airport/Mall of America
3800 American Blvd. E.
Bloomington, MN 55425
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