The Furry Fiesta art show brings a room full of furry themed artwork to our convention attendees in a casual, pleasant atmosphere. Like one of the works on display? Give your favorite piece of art a new home! Most of our pieces will be up for bid in a silent auction.
You can bid on multiple artworks and as many times as you want to ensure that you are the winning bidder. But you don't have to be a bidder to enjoy the show. Furs of all species love browsing art and you are no exception, so come on in and see all of the amazing artwork that the Art Show has to offer. Enjoy the show and happy bidding!
What's in it for you? For just $10, you receive a 4x4 panel to display your work. Then, without having to staff a table, hundreds of furries will be able to view your art throughout the convention. Established artists continue their relationship with a grateful audience, while newer artists begin to build name recognition. Down the road, the exposure may generate the commissions that can fuel your artistic habits. Additionally, you can even have it up for bids in our silent auction style art show! 10% of the winning bid will be donated to our charity; everything else goes to you, the artist. Then finally, you’ll know that your art went to a good home with someone wagging tails and all.
*** We have open panels! ***
The Artist Packet has all of the documents you'll need to register. Please download it here. Please read it in its entirety as it has been recently updated.
Art Show Pricing
Full panel: 4' X 4' (pegboard) - $10.00 (General or Adult)
Half panel: 4' x 2' (pegboard) - $ 5.00 (General or Adult)
Table Space: 2' x 3' (half-table) - $15.00 (General Only)
All artists participating in the Furry Fiesta Art Show are subject to a 10% commission charge on final total sales.
What if you want to be part of the show but you can't make it the convention this year? No problem, you can designate an agent who will handle your artwork on your behalf. What if you don't know anyone locally who can do that for you or your attending friends are rabid? Mail it in! The Art Show is accepting mail-in applications. Simply send your safely packaged art along with a return shipping label and our volunteer staff will hang your work on your behalf. Please have an art tag on the back of your artwork so your art can be identified by the staff. After the show, unsold pieces will be returned to you in the very same packaging. This is a great option for non local artists and it gives our show a national presence. Remember, shipping can be risky and the convention won't be responsible for damage done in transit. Please pack your artwork well and consider purchasing insurance. Mail-in artwork is preferred to be mailed in so that it is received no more than 3 days prior to the convention, but there are other options if it must be done before that time. All of the details are inside the artist contract, including the mailing address.
***Please do not mail in artwork until you know that a panel is reserved for you***
While we only allow one registrant per panel, you may share panel space this year. We will require express written consent from every represented artist that it is okay for you to represent them. Proceeds and control sheets will be mailed back to the registrant, who may then disseminate the funds and artwork to the artists they represent.
Once we receive your completed packet and your payment, we will reserve a space for you. If you're mailing in art, please don't send it until your space is confirmed. If you submit a packet and we're out of space, we'll place you on a waiting list. If we sell out and you just didn't get in, your payment will be returned to you.
We accept payment by Cashier's Check, Money Order or by Credit Card through PayPal. Our PayPal ID is email@example.com. No personal checks, please. If you pay through PayPal, please indicate transaction data on your registration form.
Art Show staff decisions regarding theme, content or operation of the Art Show are final; however, we are open to suggestions and welcome feedback. Additionally, the Art Show Staff reserves the right to tastefully censor pieces of artwork that might be considered offensive to the viewing audience.