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Sign Up STARTS: March 1, 2015 at 3pm CST.

Artist Alley Information can be found here: artistalleys.com/viewforum.php…

and the new Twitter Account twitter.com/AkonArtistAlley

 

A few notes about the Artist Alley for our general public:

The Artist Alley (AA) is a place for artists to showcase their talents and promote their own work at the longest running Anime convention in North America.  This is the place to meet artists and artisans who will be promoting and selling their own work and services.

 

Artist Alley Hours of OperationLocation: Trinity BallroomThursday:3:00 pm – TBA (setup day)Friday:TBASaturday:TBASunday:TBA

 

A-Kon Artist Alley 2015 Registration and Rules 

A-Kon Artist Alley for 2015:

  • Signups for the First Come First Serve JURY based registration are on Sunday March 1st at 3pm CST.
  • Tables are 6’X30”, with approximately 4 feet behind (for approximately 6’X6’ of space).  Tables are not to be moved without specific permission from AA Staff, and staying within your space will be strictly enforced.
  • You may only sign up for ONE table.
  • Tables are $175.00, which includes two Akon Artist Alley Badges.  Additional Badges are $45.00.  Every person at the table must have a badge, and must have a badge to enter the Alley.
  • The List will be posted on April 1st, 2015.
  • All applicants MUST have a valid and active Texas Tax ID at the time of registration.
  • All applicants must be 18 years or older.

The Staff:

  • Head of Artist Alley:  Claudia / Hastur
  • Artist Alley Lieutenant:  Gwynn / Starrydance
  • Assistant:  Spizzy
  • Artist Alley volunteers, as indicated by the special badge we all will be wearing

   

The Jury Process: 

The Jury Process is an entirely online application through (Website).  On March 1st at 3pm CST – the link to the database will become live and allow artists to register for the jury based application.  For the application, an artist must have:

  • A valid and active Texas Tax ID
  • A working, easy to navigate gallery of their own finished work.  This can include pictures of crafts, pictures of pictures that they have made and will sell prints of, etc.
  • A description of their display
  • Working and valid emails and other contact information.  AA Staff will not track artists down if info is incorrect.

The Jury will review and vote upon applicants, in order of their submittal, during the month of March.  On April 1st, 2015, the final list of Artists, Crafters, and the Wait List will be posted.  The Map will arrive sometime in the month of April.

There are four members of the Jury, who look over each Artists application until both the List and Wait List are full.  There is no rating of artists, only a “Yes”, a “No”, or a “Maybe”.  Criteria used for judging include::

  • It must be one Artists handmade artwork, or crafts.  Shared tables or Studio tables must be applied for stating such.  Every artist selling their wares MUST have their own Tax ID for Texas.
  • A working website that is Artist Alley related.  If a website does not work, or can not easily be navigated to find the work, it can garner a No vote.
  • No selling items that break the rules of Akon, such as Food, Bootleg, Weapons (see policies) or other.
  • Some services – such as Photographers – are not allowed in the Alley.
  • Both Artists and Crafters must have a handmade element to their table.  If a table appears mass produced, or “stick a bird on it”, then it will be passed onto the wait list.
  • It must be the applicants OWN artwork.  No agents or clubs!
  • To state it once more:  HAVE a clean, working Gallery:
    • There are many free websites such as Deviant Art and more to park a gallery at!
    • Personal Tumblrs that are full of other artists or reblogs will be voted No
    • Blogs that must be scrolled through excessively will be voted No
    •  Galleries that show very little products or are locked down, require registration, or have no Artistic or Craft items will be voted No

Once the list has been filled with the Yes, No, and Maybe votes, the tables Maybe’s will be given queries to determine if they are Yes or No.

Once the items have been determined Yes or No, the tables will be allocated, in first come order, to the ones that the jury has voted Yes to.  No’s will be removed from the list.  Once the tables have been filled, the remaining Yes’s will be deemed Wait Listed.

Rules of the Table 

  • Tables are (Size) and Artists may only apply, or have, one table.  A few exceptions are grandfathered in.  No new exceptions will currently be made.
  • Artist may not move their table within your space without permission from the AA Staff.  Build your display upon the table as it is set, or send an inquiry to akonaa@gmail.com, AFTER the sign-up.  Have a plan for if you are refused.
  • Displays may only be 8 feet off the table, and stable.  They may not hang into the aisle or into another’s booth.  If your neighbors complain about you infringing on their space, you will be given ONE warning and only one to work with the neighbors.
  • Each Artist selling MUST have their own Tax ID.
  • There is a default of two chairs per table.  There may never be more than four people behind each table at any given time.
  • Stay within your lines!  If an Artist has four people, they still must keep all things behind the table neatly stowed within their lines.  No blocking the aisles, and no going into neighbors booths.
  • The back of your area may only have a minimum of posters, or a banner, to show your wares.  Your back display must NEVER overpower the front of any display behind you. No towers of prints to the sky.  It disrupts the alley.
  • Artists MUST have permission to make displays over one table.  “Sit Next To” is NEVER guaranteed – do NOT plan on joint tables.
  • Rulebreakers will be warned one time only, and can be banned or put on probation for future years of the Alley.

Set up and Check in

  • Will be announced officially via Email closer to the Convention. The general times and dates will be comparable to previous years.
  • As in previous years, you will be required to check in before you will be allowed to set up on the Thursdaybefore the con
  • As in previous years, we will be setting up tables before anyone is allowed to set up their display
  • As in previous years, there will be one cloth per table provided – plan on bringing your own as needed
  • This year will be slightly different in that there will be an unloading area both behind and in front of the AA, with a staffer to help ensure that traffic moves properly.
  • As in previous years, you will be required to load your stuff in and move your vehicle out of the way as quickly as possible

If you make it in:

  • Payment will be in PayPal only
  • You may have as many extra badges as you need but only a maximum of four behind the table
  • Don’t be a wanker
  • People will be given one warning and one warning only – if you get two warnings for two different things, that counts as breaking one warning and then breaking the rules. Breaking the rules will be considered grounds for expulsion
  • We reserve the right to tell you to hide anything in order to follow the rules as set out by A-Kon for weaponry, bootlegs, adult material, etc.
  • We conduct secret shops and not necessarily using our staff. If you fail a secret shop, you will get ONE warning before we release you.
  • If we get too many negative comments about you or your behavior, then you may be denied in future AAs.  We ask all of our participants to give us a report, and while we may not comment on any of them individually, we DO take them into consideration for future events. Be a good neighbor.

 There you have it – the rules for this year’s Artist Alley.  Please use the time between now and March 1 to test the Database so that you know what to expect, and good luck to all of you.

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A-Kon Art Show Information

We know you’ve heard some things about the Art Show, but we’ve got good news for you!

We here at A-Kon Gaming will be taking up the torch and running in the Art Show this year! We will located in the Console Gaming room located in the newly remodeled Imperial Ballroom. 

We apologize for the confusion in these last few weeks, but we had to get all the details sorted out before we could make any announcements.

A-Kon® Gaming Art Show

 

Art Show Hours

  • [Thursday 6-8pm Pre-registered art drop-off/setup]
  • Friday Noon-10pm [9:30-10:30 Pre-reg drop-off/setup / 10:30-11:30 Walk-up drop-off/setup]
  • Saturday 10am-10pm
  • Live Auction Saturday at 8pm (tentative)
  • Sunday 10am-2pm (The last bid will be allowed at 1pm; we will then start alerting winning bidders and closing sales) [3pm Artist pickup]

General Rules for Members

  • All persons wishing to purchase art must obtain a bidder’s number. You will need to stop by the Art Show desk during normal operating hours to acquire one. We will not be assigning bidder’s numbers at the auction. So, if you have any thoughts of attending the auction, please make sure you pick up a number sometime prior to Saturday’s live auction. We will require your real name, address, phone/email, and a photo ID
  • When purchasing art for “Quick Sale”, you have the choice of taking the art piece with you or leaving it on display (marked as SOLD) for others to have a chance to appreciate the artist’s work. For those persons for whom the art auction will be a new experience, please keep in mind that there is a lot of art to be gone through and it can take a while.. All art sold must be picked up by Sunday at 2:30 pm.
  • The Art Show will have security at the Imperial Ballroom door for the entire time the art show is open. It will be their job to keep the art safe. So, please don’t give them a hard time when they ask you to check your purses, packages, bags, or other items. We promise they will give them back. The art room will be blocked during the hours that the show is not for viewing.
  • Bidding will be closed at 1:00pm on Sunday so we can start processing sales and contacting winning bidders.
  • All art pieces must be paid by cash or charge.  All sales are final.  All bidders must honor their bids if they win an auction.  Silent Auction pieces must be picked up and paid for no later than 2:30 pm on Sunday.
  • Finally, this is an art show comprised of fans. We ask that you do not make rude, hurtful, or demeaning comments about any of the art shown. They were brave enough to put it up; be kind enough to appreciate their efforts. We reserve the right to bar any persons being rude.

 

Rules/Restrictions for Artists

  • All art must be the original work of the artist.
  • There is a non-refundable display fee of $10.00 for each 4×4 panel in the art show (Due to space constraints, we will be limiting each artist to two panels)
  • If you find you have purchased a second panel and will not need it, please contact the Art Show Directors as soon as possible so that we may discuss a refund, thus allowing other artists the opportunity to utilize this space!
  • Space is NOT guaranteed for walk-ups.  PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SPACE IN ADVANCE, by contacting us via the registration form starting March 7th, 2015 We will have a maximum of two 4’x4’ panels allowed for each artist due to the amount of art we anticipate to be at the A-Kon® Art Show. Pre-registered artists have first pick of space in the show. Walk-up registration is welcome if we have the space available; please check with us at 11:00 am Friday the morning of the show.
  • A-Kon® must pay taxes on sales; we will deduct this from the final sale price. This is reflecting in the 9% commission on all sales in the art show.  This is in addition to the display fee.
  • All exhibits must be in place by 11:30 am on Friday. Artists with reservations not signed in by 10:00 am on Friday will lose their reservation. All open space at that time will be available on a first come, first served situation for available space.
  • Art should have an anime, manga, gaming, Japanese, fantasy, or sci-fi theme.
  • There are copyright laws that must be observed; you may sell original fan art, with credit given to original artist, but worked reproductions are expressly forbidden. A-Kon® will not tolerate the sale or display of illegally copied merchandise.  The convention and staff assume no responsibility for checking copyright permissions.
  • This is a family friendly event with limited space; ALL pieces must be at least PG-13.
  • The minimum bid or quick sale allowed for each piece of art is $5.
  • Bids will be in whole dollar amounts, with the smallest bid increment being one dollar.
  • All art to be hung for display such as a painting, sketch, print, or drawing must be matted and/or framed. This does not apply to items such as masks, scrolls, brush-art t-shirts, etc.
  • It is recommended that artists submit pieces with minimum bids of less than $50. (Please consider your minimum bids carefully)
  • All pieces are required to be clearly marked, on the back or underneath, with the artist’s name and the name of the piece. It does not have to be permanent but must be attached well enough to handle moving. When the piece is displayed there are slips that will need to be placed on or near each piece showing the artist’s name, name of piece, character and/or series, and medium and price. Please be ready to provide this information when you or your art arrives. (The forms are available for printing so that you can fill out prior to arrival. This is highly recommended)
  • We will provide hooks and binder clips for hanging. If you do not want your work crimped, or have a piece that needs to be hung in a different way, you must provide the means to do so yourself. If you do not have your own means for hanging and you use what we provide, we are not responsible for damaged artwork.
  • If special arrangements are required, such as very large or freestanding pieces, you are responsible for contacting the Art Show Directors at least 4 weeks before the con to verify there is space to accommodate, and discuss what may be needed.
  • Once entered in the show, no piece may be withdrawn before 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, except by special arrangement with the Art Show Directors. This is so that those who attend on Sunday will see as much of the full exhibit as possible. If you know at the beginning of the show that you are leaving before 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, please inform the Art Show Directors. If you cannot reclaim your work yourself, please make arrangements with the Art Show Directors before the Show, otherwise, we will not release your work until we can contact you personally.
  • The artist is responsible for the removal of art; and all art must be picked up by the close of the convention Sunday.
  • We will not be accepting any mailed-in art pieces this year, nor will we be returning any pieces of art by mail.
  • The Art Show will make all attempts to contact winning bidders at the convention, if we are unable to reach a non-paying bidders, their info and your art will be passed on to you for you to continue to follow up
  • Any unclaimed art will become the property of A-Kon®

J. Michael Tatum returns to A-Kon 26

J. Michael Tatum returns to A-Kon 26

Nurtured on anime classics from the tender age of Star Blazers, this reclusive fanboy-turned-voice actor/writer/ADR director/flake extraordinaire spent more years than he cares to remember in what might charitably be described as freefall before landing, mostly by accident, smack dab on the industry of his dreams. To this day, some believe the small crater made by the impact remains the source of his power.

Discovered by ADR director Christopher Bevins, who cast him as Rikichi in 2005’s Samurai 7, Tatum’s inexplicable luck has held long enough to see his flag hoisted on a slew of dream roles, most notably Kyoya Otori in the hit English language dub of Ouran High School Host Club, suave, demonic Sebastian Michaelis in Black Butler, equal parts maniacal/vulnerable Okarin Rintarou from Steins;Gate and foppish cyborg Sir Hammerlock in the videogame juggernaut Borderlands 2.JM Tatum Photo

Other characters the man still can’t believe he’s had the crazy good fortune to play include: Doumeki in XXXHolic, Jiro Mochizuki in Black Blood Brothers, Isaac Dian in Baccano!, Both God Eneru and Dalton in the new dub of One Piece, Komui Lee in D-Gray Man, Dororo in Sgt. Frog, the titular loveable savage of Heroic Age, Ryosuke Takahashi in Initial D, Lawrence Kraft inSpice and Wolf, Zarbon in Dragon Ball Z Kai, Scar in Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and Sir Hammerlock in the videogame juggernaut Borderlands 2. His vocal “stylings,” much to the chagrin of drama teachers everywhere, he’s sure, have also been featured in Romeo X JulietSpeed GrapherTrinity BloodKenichi: The Mightiest DiscipleBlack Cat,Nabari no OuGhost HuntSchool RumbleThe Tower of DruagaAquarionTsubasa: Reservoir ChroniclesShuffle,ShiguruiGlass FleetMushishiSoul Eater, along with feature-length films such as Vexille, Summer Wars, and Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker, among many others.

And as if being involved with so many awesome shows wasn’t enough, in late 2007 the fluky so-and-so tempted fate by officially branching out into ADR directing and adaptive scriptwriting for Funimation as well. His ADR directing credits to date include AquarionJyu-oh-SeiRomeo X JulietBig WindupRin: Daughters of Mnemosyne and Shikabane Hime (Corpse Princess), while his writing credits include substantial work on Ouran High School Host ClubHeroic Age, Initial D, Blassreiter, Ga Rei: Zero, Hero Tales, Legend of the Legendary Heroes, Fractale, Deadman Wonderland, Future Diaries, Steins;Gate and Dragon Ball Z Kai.

In early 2010 he teamed up with Terri Doty and Stephen Hoff to launch That Anime Show, a web-based chat show centered on colorful, often diabolically unhinged interviews with friends and colleagues within the dubbing industry, all episodes of which can be downloaded for free at thatanimeshow.com/

Ever the workaholic, Tatum is currently burning the midnight oil on a number of exciting projects due for release later this year. And before you ask, the “J” stands for… Well, it stands for whatever you’d like it to.

Tyson Rinehart: Voice Actor. Writer. Musician. Comedian.

After a rather busy year, Tyson’s resume has blossomed. Already known for his role as hacker extraordinaire “Itaru ‘Daru’ Hashida” in Steins;Gate, Tyson’s newest credits include: “Matsuda” in HighSchool DxD, “Georg” in Eureka Seven: AO, “Oimo” in One Piece, and “Squeak” in Space Dandy. Other notable roles Tyson has played include “Byard” from Fairy Tail, “Alan” in Jormungand, “Peixe” in Michiko & Hatchin, “Nozomu Tamaki” in Dance in the Vampire Bund, “Bobby” inFullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and the Head-Irish-Thief- That-Throws-Dynamite in episode 10 of Black Butler. Tyson has played additional roles in such shows as: Baka and Test, Black Butler (I & II), Darker than Black, Deadman Wonderland, Hetalia, a guy getting his face stepped on in Sengoku Basara, and in Rosario + Vampire Tyson voiced a guy looking up the skirt of an anime resin statue.

rinehart
Tyson is also a writer for Funimation, working on Attack on TitanAquarion Evol, and other yet to be announced shows.

As a Musician, Tyson provides rhythm guitar and vocals in the punk band Bullet Machine, with their recently released album “Initiate Plan Z“. He is a vocalist and harmonica player in Blues-Rock influenced Smokestack Lightning. He was also the vocals and guitarist for the now defunct punk band, The Tommyguns.

As a Comedian, Tyson has performed with the veteran improvisational troupe Ad- Libs, as well as writing, performing, and storyboarding various projects with PostHollywood, such as The Jim Wellman Voiceovers.

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Sign Up STARTS: March 1, 2015 at 3pm CST.

Artist Alley Information can be found here: artistalleys.com/viewforum.php…

and the new Twitter Account twitter.com/AkonArtistAlley

 

A few notes about the Artist Alley for our general public:

The Artist Alley (AA) is a place for artists to showcase their talents and promote their own work at the longest running Anime convention in North America.  This is the place to meet artists and artisans who will be promoting and selling their own work and services.

 

Artist Alley Hours of OperationLocation: Trinity BallroomThursday:3:00 pm – TBA (setup day)Friday:TBASaturday:TBASunday:TBA

 

A-Kon Artist Alley 2015 Registration and Rules 

A-Kon Artist Alley for 2015:

  • Signups for the First Come First Serve JURY based registration are on Sunday March 1st at 3pm CST.
  • Tables are 6’X30”, with approximately 4 feet behind (for approximately 6’X6’ of space).  Tables are not to be moved without specific permission from AA Staff, and staying within your space will be strictly enforced.
  • You may only sign up for ONE table.
  • Tables are $175.00, which includes two Akon Artist Alley Badges.  Additional Badges are $45.00.  Every person at the table must have a badge, and must have a badge to enter the Alley.
  • The List will be posted on April 1st, 2015.
  • All applicants MUST have a valid and active Texas Tax ID at the time of registration.
  • All applicants must be 18 years or older.

The Staff:

  • Head of Artist Alley:  Claudia / Hastur
  • Artist Alley Lieutenant:  Gwynn / Starrydance
  • Assistant:  Spizzy
  • Artist Alley volunteers, as indicated by the special badge we all will be wearing

   

The Jury Process: 

The Jury Process is an entirely online application through (Website).  On March 1st at 3pm CST – the link to the database will become live and allow artists to register for the jury based application.  For the application, an artist must have:

  • A valid and active Texas Tax ID
  • A working, easy to navigate gallery of their own finished work.  This can include pictures of crafts, pictures of pictures that they have made and will sell prints of, etc.
  • A description of their display
  • Working and valid emails and other contact information.  AA Staff will not track artists down if info is incorrect.

The Jury will review and vote upon applicants, in order of their submittal, during the month of March.  On April 1st, 2015, the final list of Artists, Crafters, and the Wait List will be posted.  The Map will arrive sometime in the month of April.

There are four members of the Jury, who look over each Artists application until both the List and Wait List are full.  There is no rating of artists, only a “Yes”, a “No”, or a “Maybe”.  Criteria used for judging include::

  • It must be one Artists handmade artwork, or crafts.  Shared tables or Studio tables must be applied for stating such.  Every artist selling their wares MUST have their own Tax ID for Texas.
  • A working website that is Artist Alley related.  If a website does not work, or can not easily be navigated to find the work, it can garner a No vote.
  • No selling items that break the rules of Akon, such as Food, Bootleg, Weapons (see policies) or other.
  • Some services – such as Photographers – are not allowed in the Alley.
  • Both Artists and Crafters must have a handmade element to their table.  If a table appears mass produced, or “stick a bird on it”, then it will be passed onto the wait list.
  • It must be the applicants OWN artwork.  No agents or clubs!
  • To state it once more:  HAVE a clean, working Gallery:
    • There are many free websites such as Deviant Art and more to park a gallery at!
    • Personal Tumblrs that are full of other artists or reblogs will be voted No
    • Blogs that must be scrolled through excessively will be voted No
    •  Galleries that show very little products or are locked down, require registration, or have no Artistic or Craft items will be voted No

Once the list has been filled with the Yes, No, and Maybe votes, the tables Maybe’s will be given queries to determine if they are Yes or No.

Once the items have been determined Yes or No, the tables will be allocated, in first come order, to the ones that the jury has voted Yes to.  No’s will be removed from the list.  Once the tables have been filled, the remaining Yes’s will be deemed Wait Listed.

Rules of the Table 

  • Tables are (Size) and Artists may only apply, or have, one table.  A few exceptions are grandfathered in.  No new exceptions will currently be made.
  • Artist may not move their table within your space without permission from the AA Staff.  Build your display upon the table as it is set, or send an inquiry to akonaa@gmail.com, AFTER the sign-up.  Have a plan for if you are refused.
  • Displays may only be 8 feet off the table, and stable.  They may not hang into the aisle or into another’s booth.  If your neighbors complain about you infringing on their space, you will be given ONE warning and only one to work with the neighbors.
  • Each Artist selling MUST have their own Tax ID.
  • There is a default of two chairs per table.  There may never be more than four people behind each table at any given time.
  • Stay within your lines!  If an Artist has four people, they still must keep all things behind the table neatly stowed within their lines.  No blocking the aisles, and no going into neighbors booths.
  • The back of your area may only have a minimum of posters, or a banner, to show your wares.  Your back display must NEVER overpower the front of any display behind you. No towers of prints to the sky.  It disrupts the alley.
  • Artists MUST have permission to make displays over one table.  “Sit Next To” is NEVER guaranteed – do NOT plan on joint tables.
  • Rulebreakers will be warned one time only, and can be banned or put on probation for future years of the Alley.

Set up and Check in

  • Will be announced officially via Email closer to the Convention. The general times and dates will be comparable to previous years.
  • As in previous years, you will be required to check in before you will be allowed to set up on the Thursdaybefore the con
  • As in previous years, we will be setting up tables before anyone is allowed to set up their display
  • As in previous years, there will be one cloth per table provided – plan on bringing your own as needed
  • This year will be slightly different in that there will be an unloading area both behind and in front of the AA, with a staffer to help ensure that traffic moves properly.
  • As in previous years, you will be required to load your stuff in and move your vehicle out of the way as quickly as possible

If you make it in:

  • Payment will be in PayPal only
  • You may have as many extra badges as you need but only a maximum of four behind the table
  • Don’t be a wanker
  • People will be given one warning and one warning only – if you get two warnings for two different things, that counts as breaking one warning and then breaking the rules. Breaking the rules will be considered grounds for expulsion
  • We reserve the right to tell you to hide anything in order to follow the rules as set out by A-Kon for weaponry, bootlegs, adult material, etc.
  • We conduct secret shops and not necessarily using our staff. If you fail a secret shop, you will get ONE warning before we release you.
  • If we get too many negative comments about you or your behavior, then you may be denied in future AAs.  We ask all of our participants to give us a report, and while we may not comment on any of them individually, we DO take them into consideration for future events. Be a good neighbor.

 There you have it – the rules for this year’s Artist Alley.  Please use the time between now and March 1 to test the Database so that you know what to expect, and good luck to all of you.

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