There’s no one kind of booth at Artlantis, and if anything we want to encourage people to go about their participation in new and unconventional ways. For example, here are 3 different types of artists booths from previous years:
Ashley Anderson’s booth is the most typical in that artwork is displayed throughout the tent as you might see at any festival. He has a range of work (including prints, block carvings, and t-shirts) displayed on one of the walls Artlantis can provide.
Joe Tsambiras’s booth is less common in that the work is created instead of displayed. Here, Joe has a number of images that he can create using a press on site. A number of artists have booths where they’re doing face paint, caricature or portrait drawing, or pinhole camera development.
Plastic Aztecs’s booth is the least common in that it’s more of an experiential space. Here they created a comfortable den-like booth where they served tea and sold zines and cds they’d made just for the event. There have been photobooths, paint “shooting-ranges” and tarot reading booths in the past, and these types of booths have proven just as financially successful as more traditional ones because of the novelty they bring.
$50 – Rental of a 10×10 space within the artists’ market. Please bring a tent and anything else you might need.
$75 – 10×10 space and a 10×10 tent which will be setup for you.
$100 – 10×10 space, tent, peg-hole wall, table & chairs which will all be setup for you.
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