Have you seen the amazing performances in this year’s Forum Art Contest? They’ve put on a fantastic show, and you should definitely check it out! Be amazed by their fabulous Buu-chan art DISPLAYED HERE!
Here is some very useful information regarding the Marketplace, especially if you are a vendor or artist!
Marketplace Vendor Access Hours
Note: If the room can be opened to set up before 6pm, we will do everything we can to open it. But we can not guarantee to be able to.
|Merchant/Artist Access: 9am-9pm
Marketplace Walk through: 1:45pm
Sponsor/Staff Access: 2:30pm
Doors lock promptly at 9pm
Sponsor/Staff Access: 9:30am
Door lock promptly at 7pm
Marketplace take down: **
Final walk through:
Hours are subject to change before the date of the convention.
Please check for updates on our website at: http://animeiowa.com/anime-marketplace/
**Take down begins at 4pm when the room closes. Tear down of booths should not begin until that time unless prior arrangements have been made. (Packing of overstock is preparation of leaving is allowed.) We ask that all personal/ company items, equipment, etc. be removed from the Marketplace by 8pm on Sunday, July 30, 2017. Your assigned area must in condition to be returned to hotel control. (Exceptions to the allotted time can be made to this with approval of the marketplace department head.)
Vendors/Artists that require power, internet, phone, and Furnishings:
Booth- Power, phone, and internet
Internet, phone lines, and power are provided for a fee by the Coralville Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. The Marriott utilities form must be completed and faxed to the Coralville Marriott at least 2 weeks before the convention to ensure your needs are ready when you arrive. Additional forms will be available at setup at the Marketplace check in table. The Marriott staff will try to fulfill these additional requests in a timely manner before the opening of the room to the public. email@example.com
Booth- additional furnishings
You may bring additional tables/display stands and racks for your booth area as stated above.
Additional booth needs are also available and must be requested and paid for through Spielman’s. Information, phone number, and order forms are available at through the link provided on the Anime Marketplace page on the AnimeIowa website.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, artists and creators of all ages! Join us for the most amazing art contest in the history of AnimeIowa! Our mascot Buu-chan has run off to join the carnival, and he needs your help!
Our 2017 convention theme is “The Dark Carnival of Pigs”, and Buu-chan is ready to become a performer. But what will our porcine mascot do at the carnival? Will he become a traditional performer such as an aerialist on the flying trapeze? Maybe the strong man? Or has he been lured in by the darker side of show, conjuring ancient magic, or becoming an unusual freak show attraction?
Dazzle the world with your amazing art skills, and show us Buu-chan’s role in the carnival. His circus career is in your hands! For full contest details, please visit the contest info thread on the AnimeIowa Forums.
Are you an artist interesting in publicly exhibiting your artwork? The AnimeIowa Art Exhibit may be just for you. Read the Art Exhibit page for details on how to sign up.
For those of you who are unaware, the Art Exhibit is where artists can submit their art for public display and competition at AnimeIowa. The rules and sign-up details are now available on the Art Exhibit page. If you have any questions be sure to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
AnimeIowa would like to thank every artist who submitted their artwork into the Art Exhibition Show this year. We know that there were a few bumps along the way getting information out to everyone before the Convention this year. We apologize for that and hope to have things smoothed out and ready for next year’s Anime Iowa Art Exhibition Show.
“What’s this, there is a show again next year???”
Yes there will be a show next year, so start thinking of what art pieces you would like to submit ^_^
We are working on the 2013 Art Exhibition Contract already. We hope to have it out to the public with plenty of time to spread the word to everyone for the 2013 show!
Now onto the Fun part of the announcement !!!
This year’s Art Show Judges were two of our very own guests Chris Malone and Jessy Turner. A big thank you goes out to them for their help in judging this year’s show!
Anime Iowa is proud to announce the 2012 Art Exhibition Winners!!!
- 1st Place Watercolor by Meredith Dillman titled “Koi Mermaid”
- 1st Place Fantasy Sculpture by Hannah Munden titled “Feathered Wyvern”
- 1st Place Ink Drawing by Erika Matsuyama titled “Cooro”
- 2nd Place Digital Media Creation by Meng Wang titled “Howlin’ ”
- 2nd Place Mixed Media by Joan Gordan titled “Wishing Tree”
- 2nd Place Digital Art by Jake Ruetin titled “Winston”
- 3rd Place Textile Creation by Victoria ‘Beanchan’ Luck titled “Sokura Bento”
- 3rd Place Watercolor by Joan Gordan titled “Sounds of Japan”
- 3rd Place Mixed Media by Joan Gordan titled “Sunflower Happiness”
Honorable Mentions :
- Crochet Sculpture by Megan Daly titled “Vodka Mutini”
- Minature Texture Creation by Keely titled “Tiny Kimono”
- Acrylic Painting by Timothy Dutcher titled “Dandelions”
Best in Showgoes to: Hannah Munden for her fantasy sculpture titled “Feathered Wyvern” The Best in Show winner receives a Sponsor Membership for Anime Iowa 2013!!!
Congrats to all of our 2012 Anime Iowa Art Exhibition winners!! We hope to see everyone that participated in this year’s show back for the 2013 Art Exhibition Show!!!
Please remember to leave feedback about this year’s show so that we can help make the next show even better.