Home Con News SDCC 2017: Comic-Con International taking Art Show entries, updates Rules & Submission...

Comic-Con International have updated their submission information for this years Art Show, to be held as usual in the Sails Pavilion of the San Diego Convention Center as part of San Diego Comic-Con (to be held this summer, 20th-23rd July 2017).

The Art Show has been one of the high-profile creative showcases of SDCC since its inception, featuring artwork in a curated gallery space from not only seasoned professionals but talented amateurs – understandably, getting a spot in the Show is quite the big deal. CCI has now opened up for 2017 applications and, if you’re intending to submit a piece, you can find out all the information on the official website, as well as downloading the Entry Form and Rules, here.

If you’re chosen, you’ll be finding your work hung on display alongside established comics pros, Eisner Award Nominated artists and, frankly, the best creative talent in the world. No pressure, then. Best of luck!

From the CCI website:


Whether you’re looking for drawings, paintings, jewelry, sculpture, or even something more unusual, you’ll find an eclectic and beautiful selection of items in Comic-Con’s Art Show.

Located in the Sails Pavilion upstairs at the Convention Center, the Art Show contains original works for sale by both amateurs and professionals. It also displays the nominated books and comics for this year’s Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards and houses a special exhibit devoted to members of the Will Eisner Hall of Fame.

Many of the original pieces displayed by artists are for sale by silent or voice auction. Some pieces are marked for quick sale. Bidder numbers and Art Show information can be obtained from the administration table inside the Art Show. You must be 18 or older and have legal identification to purchase artwork, and payments may be made with cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard.

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