Sakura-Con is pleased to offer one of the largest exhibit halls in the Pacific Northwest. The Exhibitor's Hall is located on site at the Washington State Trade and Convention Center. Our Exhibitor's hall features a variety, including: merchants who will bring their best merchandise to you, cultural exhibitors who will teach you more about the richness of Asian culture, and Industry presenting guests and the newest Anime has to offer. If you are interested in being an exhibitor please see details below.
If you are interested in being an Exhibitor at Sakura-Con 2013, please apply using the application page.
At this time we are remodeling our exhibits hall layout, so you will be unable to select a booth placement at time of registration. Exhibitors will be contacted in the order in which they registered to select their booth placement.Thank you for your understanding in this.
A list of Confirmed Exhibitors for Sakura-Con 2013.
Exhibitor kits have been emailed out to all confirmed exhibitors. In case you did not receive one, you can also find it here -- 2013 Exhibitors Kit (pdf) -- DWA is the official decorator for Sakura-Con.
The Small Press section of the Exhibits Hall is intended for small, self-published webcomics, doujinshi circles, aspiring manga-ka and other artists that are either too large for the Artist Alley, or who would enjoy the extra space and added security of the Exhibits Hall.
As we only have a limited number of tables in the Artist Alley section of the Exhibitor's Hall, they are asigned on a "first come first serve" basis.
Registration for Artist Alley 2013 will be open via our Application Form on November 4th, 2012 at 8pm PST.
There will be 100 tables available. In the mean time, take a look at the Artist Alley Information and Frequently Asked Questions page.
If you have any questions please contact our Artist Alley Coordinator.
All are welcome to enjoy the Sakura-Con 2013 Art Show. If you are an artist and would like to participate in the Art Show, Rules and a Registration form can be found below.
If you choose to register with Art Show, we ask that you send an email to the Art Show Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your contact information, the number of tables/grids requested, and the total amount paid. This will allow us to adequately plan for your reservation. (Please note: Reservations are not considered valid until we receive your payment and signed contract.)
We ask that attendees wishing to view the artwork on display abide by the following rules:
- Food and Drink are not allowed in the Art Show.
- All bags, coats, and other large articles must be checked in. The Art Show Staff will collect these items and hold them for you.
- Image capturing is not allowed. All electrical equipment with these capabilities must be off and checked in with other large items.
Contract and Forms
- The 2013 Art Show Contract (pdf) includes further rules, setup/takedown times, etc.
- 2013 Inventory Control Sheet (pdf) and 2013 Art Show ID Tags (pdf) are also available.
If you have any questions please contact our Art Show Coordinator.
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