Arisia has one of the largest science fiction & fantasy Art Shows in the Northeast.
Because of our diverse community we will show works by new and upcoming artists as well as works by established artists in the fields of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Most of these works will be available for sale to members of the convention and will range in price from one dollar to thousands of dollars, as set by their creators. Work will be both two dimensional and three dimensional, shown on hangings, or tables, or very occasionally on the floor. You can't beat our show for variety and interest.
Please set aside at least two hours during your convention experience to come and see the Art Show. You'll be glad you did!
To go along with our popular quicksale option, we're adding the option of proxy bidding to this year's art show silent auction. With a proxy bid, you don't have to make it to the top of the hotel at the exact moment the silent auctions close. Of course, traditional bidding will still be available as well.
Artist Check-In: Noon-9pm
Public preview: 6pm-9pm
Collectors' Preview (staff and guests): 9pm-11pm
- Open to the public: 10am-8pm
Silent auction bidding: 10am-8pm
Quicksale (purchase only): 10am-8pm
Open to the public: 10am-8pm
Silent auctions end: rolling 1pm-2pm
Quicksale purchase and pick-up: 10am-8pm
Artist check-out and auction pick-up: 2pm-8pm
- Artist check-out and silent auction/quicksale pick-up: 10am-noon
The art show is currently full. Exhibiting artists may wish to refer to the letter to artists (pdf), art show rules and fees (pdf), or space reservation form. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask at email@example.com.
Online artist check-in and Print Shop check-in are now available!
If you're an author, artist, small book or game publisher, we have a few tables available in an open area on the same floor as the Dealers Row. In "Pros(e) on the Balcony", you can rent a table for a couple of hours to promote yourself.
For more info, please see the Pros(e) on the Balcony web page.
Artists exhibiting at Arisia 2009: Dawn and Alice Albright, R. L. Allison, Linda and Dennis Anfuso, Bonnie Atwood, Alan F. Beck, D. Cameron Calkins, Peri Charlifu, Sarah Clemens, Vicka Corey, Heather Cornelius, Jessica Steytler: Cosmo's Curiosities, Chris Dame, Marcel R. Dion and Alison Sheehan-Dion, Mary Dumas, Jill Eastlake, Joseph Edwards, Paula Entin, Christy "Goldenwolf" Grandjean, Val Grimm, Tamara Gurevitz, Kathleen Hardy, Lisa Hertel, Butch Honeck, Heidi Hooper, Jennifer Hunter, Judith G. Klausner, Johnna Y. Klukas, Charles Lang, Amanda Leetch, Scott Lefton, Gary Lippincott, A Little Breezy Productions, Kathleen Lowe, Lubov, Patricia Martinez-Aceves, Theresa Mather, Diane M. Mathieson, Sally Mayer, Michelle McGuire, Gregg W. Mello, Katrina Meyer, Ellisa Mitchell, Sarah Morrison, Stacy "Mouse" Lucas, Tom Nackid, Angela Nieves, Mimi Noyes, Margaret Organ-Kean, L. W. Perkins, Pheonyx Treasures, Mark Roland, Hannah Rosner, Richard Salvucci, Sandra Santara, Lorraine Savage, Hilary Scott, Dave Seeley, Rachel Silber, Randall Silverman, Skunk, Wendy Snow-Lang, Andrew Sprague, Sean Sullivan, M. Sveи, Ruth Thompson's Tarnished Images, Charlene Taylor D'Alessio, Tchipakkan, Persis L. Thorndike, Tiffany Toland, Kendra Tornheim, Joan Turner, Mercy Van Vlack, Alain Viesca, Virgil Visions, Andy Volpe, Voyagers Presents the Flawless Potato Chain Maille Artisans, D. Walker, Dena Crystal Wiener