SACANIME ARTIST ALLEY CHECK-IN & SET-UP TIMES:
THURSDAY: August 28th, 2014 at 6pm- Midnight
Check in for badges and table assignments ends at 10pm but you can continue to set-up til Midnight.
FRIDAY: August 29th, 2014 Starts at 8am NOT 6am:
Our staff will not be there and please do not ask the Vendor Staff as they do not have AA information.
HOW TO GET YOUR TABLE NUMBER & BADGE(S):
Walk right into main vendor hall (From back loading entrance). Find Lauren Bennett (AA Supervisor) who will check you off her list, give you your final table assignment, and badges. Please have your ID, and copy of your Seller’s permit. If you need to purchase a helper badge, you can at that time.
Artist Alley tables are now sold out!
To be put on the waiting list, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SacAnime’s Artist Alley is a venue for artists to display and sell their original artwork and crafts. Both amateur and professional artists are welcome. This year, the Artist Alley will be located in Exhibit Hall B at the Sacramento Convention Center.
All participating artists should download and read the Artist Alley Packet. It contains everything you’ll need to know about Artist Alley, including rules and set-up times.
If you have any questions, please send us an email: email@example.com
Each Artist Alley table is eight (8) feet by two and a half (2.5) feet and includes one (1) Weekend Registration and two (2) chairs. The space behind each table is four (4) feet. Skirting/table cloths will NOT be provided. We suggest artists bring their own table coverings. SacAnime will be offering Full Tables for $80.
CALIFORNIA SELLER’S PERMIT
By law, any individual selling items in the state of California must have a California Seller’s Permit. The permit is free, and very easy to obtain. You may apply for a permit by mail, or in person at one of the Board of Equalization field offices.
SacAnime’s Artist Alley requires that all artists provide a photocopy of their seller’s permit in order to complete their registration. Additionally, all artists must keep either the original or a copy at their table as according to state policy.
The application can be found at the California Board of Equalization website at http://www.boe.ca.gov. If you run into problems that cannot be addressed by the Board of Equalization, please contact the Artist Alley staff as soon as possible.
If you have any additional questions, please email our Artist Alley Director, Jason Dube, at firstname.lastname@example.org