On Saturday, May 26 at 9am, the WisCon Art Show will be holding a tactile art tour for con members with visual impairments or anyone who would like a guided tour through touching some of our 3D art (modeled on the tour at Arisia — thank you, Arisia organizers, for your advice!).
The following artists will be including their work in the tactile tour:
- C. J. Hawkins
- Clara Abnet Holden
- David Lee Pancake
- Elena Tabachnick
- Erika Hammerschmidt
- J. J. Brutsman
- Katherine Olson
- Lisa Bergin
- Mary Anne Mohanraj
- Mary Prince
- SamHain Press
- Stacie Arellano
- Ty Blauersouth
To participate, just come to the Art Show room (Senate AB, on the first floor behind the stairs) at 9am Saturday.
The Art Show and Access departments are excited about offering this for the first time at WisCon 42! If you have questions, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Hello, artists! If you’re considering attending or sending art to WisCon this year, applications for the Art Show are open. The convention dates are May 25-28, 2018, and the deadline to apply is March 1. Late appliers will be waitlisted unless there is extra space. More information can be found at http://wiscon.net/events/art-show/, and the link to apply is https://account.wiscon.net/artshow-application/.
Please note a few significant cost-related changes: To continue covering the costs of the show, the commission WisCon takes on sales has gone up to 5% attending/10% mail-in. Also, mail-in artists will be required to cover return shipping for their unsold work (preferably by including a prepaid return shipping label in the box).
Finally, the convention has a programming theme this year: “What Does Justice Demand?” We’re inviting artists to consider incorporating the theme into their work for the show, although it’s not mandatory. See the blog post here for more about the theme: http://wiscon.net/2017/12/01/wiscon-42-trying-something-new/