Indy Euphoria

Saturday & Sunday January 9 - 10, 2010 at Sacramento's Scottish Rite Center

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW CAN I GET BOOKED AS A GUEST?

Please email us with your: 1.Name, 2.Type of guest you are, 3.Your website, 4.Phone number, 5.Credits(what have you done professionally). Even if we cannot have you as a guest at this Indy Euphoria show, you might be considered for another future show.

CAN YOU GET ME IN TOUCH WITH YOUR GUESTS?

Sorry, Indy Euphoria cannot give out personal information about it's guests. You can try and contact them through their websites listed in the 'Guest' page, if they have one.

WILL GUESTS BE ATTENDING/SIGNING BOTH DAYS, ONE DAY OR AT CERTAIN TIMES?

Guests will be attending/signing both days unless otherwise noted on the 'Guest' page. Guests will be at their booths most of the day. They do however like to take breaks to check out the show and to eat. Occasionally, some guests will arrive a little bit after show hours start or have to leave a little early before the show ends due to work & travel schedules.

HOW MUCH DO THE GUESTS CHARGE FOR SKETCHES/ORIGINAL ARTWORK/AUTOGRAPHS?

Most artists charge a fee for art commissions and sketches that vary between each artist. For example, our guest artist Mike Hampton (Hot Zombie Chicks) does $5.00 head shot caricatures of attendees as zombies which takes him about 15 minutes to draw on a 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper. Our guest artist Paul Allen (BrAiNs) draws full figure sketches on 11x14 inch bristol which takes him about 45 minutes to draw for $20. If your lucky, some artists will do quick sketches in your own personal sketchbooks for simply taking the time to check out their work, purchasing their goods and/or having good conversations. Don't be pushy though and don't get bent out of shape if they say no. Several artists depend on making part of their living on commission work. They also get tired after drawing all day. Best of luck. We encourage all of our guests to bring original artwork for sale, so start saving your money now! Artists & authors normally don't charge for autographs.

ARE CAMERAS, VIDEO CAMERAS AND OTHER RECORDING DEVICES ALLOWED AT YOUR CONVENTION?

Yes, but you must respect the guests wishes as well as everyone else at our conventions. Check out our 'Codes of Conduct' page for further guidelines. Please ask our guests to take their photo. No one likes to be blinded by a camera flash. If we get complaints about your cameras, you will be asked to take them to your car or store them somewhere else.

DO I NEED A SELLER'S PERMIT TO EXHIBIT AT YOUR SHOW?

Yes and no. You are required to have a permit if you are selling, even temporarily, new or handcrafted items or used items you purchased for the purpose of reselling to others. You are not required to hold a permit if you are only making "occasional" sales. Occasional sellers are usually people who are not required to hold a seller's permit because they will not be making a series of qualifying sales. You also don't need a permit if you are not selling anything, say you are just promoting your work for example. Seller's permits can be obtained at any local Board of Equalization office at no cost to you. To find a Board office near you, call their information center at 800-400-7115 or check out their website at www.boe.ca.gov

 

 

 

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