If you're hoping to meet with, and browse the creations of, your favorite artists, authors or musicians, or want to shop for that
perfect item from some of the best vendors the fannish world has to offer, then InConJunction's Expo Hall has everything you're
looking for. The InConJunction XXXVI Expo Hall combines an Art Show, a Creators' Alley and a Dealers' Room in one easy to browse
If you're an artist, author, or musician who would like to meet with your fans while promoting and selling your artwork, books, or
music then InConJunction would be honored to reserve a table for you in the Creators' Alley. InConJunction would also like to invite
any vendors (or anyone planning on selling items other than their own artwork, books, or music) to consider reserving a space in the
Vendors area of the Expo Hall. See below for information on applying for space in the
this year's Expo Hall.
Artists who are unable to attend InConJunction (or have too much artwork to display at their Creators' Alley table) are welcome and
encouraged to display their artwork in the InConJunction Art Show. Additional information on the hanging
fees and commissions on sales are available on the InConJunction Art Show page.
- Brendan Detzner - Brendan Detzner
Books by or featuring the work of Brendan Detzner.
- E. Chris Garrison - E. Chris Garrison
Novels written by E. Chris Garrison
- Alban Lake Publishing - Tyree Campbell
Science fiction, fantasy, and spooky horror novels, anthologies, magazines, digests, collections, coloring books.
- Body Eclectic Skin Care - Jess Walton
All natural body care that is out of this world... No pre-made (commercial) bases are ever used. Solid soaps, liquid soaps, body lotions, deodorant sticks, lip balms, bath salts/fizzies... whatever you can dream, we create. Custom orders are welcome.
- BowenDragon1 - John Bowen
Gaming, journals, gaming t shirts, swords, dragon statues
- Castle Perilous Games & Books - Scott Thorne
Assorted games and toys.
- CJSGames - Sherry Sutton
Dice, key chains, dice bags, and 3D printed wares.
- ct relaxation - Chris Brown
Massage and relaxation
- Cynosure hobbies - Marty Crandall
Handcrafted science fiction and comic book themed items such as fairy doors, dragon and chainmail jewelry, themed aprons, anime themed/gothic/steampuck collars and jewelry, copper roses, leather buccaneer goods and glass items such as lampworked beads and slumped items. CritSuccess dice rings. Wooden roses. Nikomimi's.
- DV Entertainment Pictures - Demetrius Witherspoon
Sci Fi film series, Submerge, shot in Carmel and downtown Indianapolis. Shirts, trading cards, drinking glasses and mugs, hats, posters from the film. Actors from the film artagraphs session.
- Greenware Dragon Ceramics - Janice Drake
Ceramic dragons, wizards, fairies, gargoyles, unicorns, mermaids, as well as one of a kind items. Also handmade jewelry, hats, roses, and books.
- Horizon Music, Inc. - Dave Kaufman
Ambient electronic music on CD
- James Wylder, Writer - James Wylder
Sci-Fi and Fantasy fiction and non-fiction books, poetry, and spoken word poetry album featuring nerdy poetry by James Wylder.
- Larry Smith - Bookseller - Sally Kobee
New books: sf, fantasy, mystery, art; vintage jewelry.
- LiLa NoiR Designs - Lisa Anderson
Wearable art for all occasions -- miniature top hats, pillbox hats, witch hats, fascinators, hair clips, and headdresses; chokers, cuffs, boho-style headbands, and gentlemens' sleeve garters made with lush fabrics and laces, beads, feathers, gears. Small, wearable sci-fi/fantasy/gamer-inspired seals made into pins, lanyards, and badge-clips, as well as hand-sculpted beads and jewelry from polymer clay, metal findings, semi-precious stones, waxed linen, and leather cordage. Art skulls, masks, and small sculpture. Styles range from elegant and sophisticated, to steampunk, retro, and goth.
- Loconeal Publishing, LLC - James O. Barnes
Books by Loconeal Publishing authors. Loconeal Publishing is a multi-genre publisher of fiction, non-fiction, and books for children. Loconeal Publishing's publisher, James O. Barnes, will also be available for publishing related questions.
- Miss Alaynious Creations - Alayna Robinson
Steampunk Wristcuffs, Steampunk/Victorian Chokers, Real Flower Bottle Necklaces, Fanart Prints, Commissions
- Pendragon Costumes - Nicole Fullerton
Costumes: Renaissance, steampunk, sci-fi
Hand-made for men and women.
- Pied Piper Chocolates - David Quigney
Chocolates geared toward the sci-fi and horror genres
- Pookers Fairy Baubles - Christine Johnson
Fairy Crowns, Hand Crafted Jewellery, Crochet Items
- roll4damage - Dustin Clinton
Handmade costume armor and leather accessories for a wide variety of costuming and cosplay styles, primarily post-apocalyptic, sci-fi, and fantasy genres -- reproductions from video games and movies, and original designs.
- RPG - Jessica Elrod
Repurposed computer parts and other recycled items made into new things -- wallets, key chains, wands, necklaces, earrings, etc.
- Shaman Soul Studios - Heather V. Kreiter
Orignal art, Limited and Open Edition Prints, Plush toys, messenger bags, pins, magnets
- Sundreams and Myths - CherylAnn Simshauser
Hand-made plush fantasy creatures:
poseable shoulder dragons (several species),
furry dolls, unicorns griffins,
Fantasy infants (Were-babies).
2-D art prints and originals.
Misc small kid-priced dragon toys.
Catnip & kitty-toys.
'Dragon of the Valkyr' comic books (author in attendance).
- Tangitude Artworks - Mary Winters-Meyer
Artwork, prints, coloring books and magazines, and other products printed with original artwork by Mary Winters-Meyer.
- Termina Cosplay - Shayna Polomchak
Handmade Geek/Fantasy Jewelry, Cosplay Prints
- The Amber Fox - Richard and Angie Fox
Amber, silver and semiprecious gemstone jewelry, gemstone carvings, and any other unique items we find. Known for quality items at reasonable prices.
- Verna Vendetta - Verna Vendetta
Cyberlox, Cozy Cowls, Snoods, Belly Dance Accessories, Signed Cosplay Prints.
- Worldmaker - Mark Wandrey
Books, associated goods (related to books), handcrafts and jewelry.
- John F. Allen - John F. Allen
Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and Horror books by John F. Allen.
- Matthew Barron - Matthew Barron
Books and graphic novels by Matthew Barron.
- TammyJo Eckhart - TammyJo Eckhart
Fiction and non-fiction by and anthologies featuring the work of TammyJo Eckhart. Buttons and stickers related to The Chocolate Cult blog.
- Laura Hawks - Laura Hawks
Paranormal Romance books by Laura Hawks
- Zach Spaulding - Zach Spaulding
Poster prints, small prints, small clay sculpts, stickers, watercolour commissions, etc.
- Daniel Strait
Novels by Daniel Strait and memorabilia related to them.
- R.J. Sullivan - R.J. Sullivan
Paranormal and SF books and short story collection by R.J. Sullivan.
Expo Hall Application Information
If you'd like to apply for Vendor space or a Creators' Alley table in the InConJunction XXXVI Expo Hall please review the booth
specifications and prices below, see the Expo Hall Floor Plan for an idea
of the layout, then head over to our newly redesigned Event Planning Dashboard to log in
or create a new profile. Once you've logged into the Event Planning Dashboard you can
submit your application and much more.
Please note that tables and half-tables in the Creators' Alley area of the Expo Hall are available on a first-come, first-served basis
and are reserved specifically for authors, artists, musicians, etc. that are interested in selling, promoting, and/or autographing
their own works and would like to have additional opportunities to meet face-to-face with their fans and other attendees of
InConJunction. There is sufficient space behind the tables for seating, but little else. Those with more elaborate displays should consider a vendor space instead. To ensure that all vendors are being treated in a fair and equitable fashion, any authors, artists, musicians, etc. that
are planning on selling any other additional merchandise must purchase a vendor space in the InConJunction Expo Hall. Artists
that would like to display their works and make them available for purchase (in particular artists that are not planning on attending
InConJunction or require display space in addition to their Creators' Alley table) are encouraged to contact the
Art Show organizer to reserve space in the InConJunction Art Show.
Convention registrations are not included in Expo Hall prices. All vendors and assistants must have an InConJunction badge. See the notes below the table pricing for more information on Vendor badges.
If you have questions about the InConJunction Expo Hall, have suggestions that you would like to share, or need any other
information please feel free to contact our Expo Hall Coordinator via e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:
InConJunction XXXVI -- Expo Hall
P.O. Box 68514
Indianapolis, IN 46268-0514
|Expo Hall Booth Space Prices|
|6' x 6' (1 table)|
Single 6' x 6' space against a wall with one table.
|6' x 12' (2 tables)|
Two 6' x 6' spaces against a wall with one table per space. New Lower Price!
|6' x 18' (3 tables)|
Three 6' x 6' spaces against a wall with one table per space. New Lower Price!
|6' x 24' (4 tables)|
Four 6' x 6' spaces against a wall with one table per space. New Lower Price!
|10' x 10' (2 tables)|
Single 10' x 10' space with two tables.
|10' x 20' (4 tables)|
Single 10' x 20' space with four tables.
|10' x 30' (6 tables)|
Single 10' x 30' space with six tables.
Extra 6' x 18'' table.
|Creators' Alley (full table)|
A full 6' table in the Creators' Alley area of the Expo Hall.
|Creators' Alley (half table)|
One half of a 6' table in the Creators' Alley area of the Expo Hall.
|Expo Hall Hours of Operation|
(Includes Art Show, Creators' Alley and Dealers' Room)
|Setup Times: ||4:00 PM|| - ||8:00 PM 1|
|Setup Times: ||8:00 AM|| - ||2:00 PM 1, 2|
|Open to Attendees: ||2:00 PM|| - ||8:00 PM|
|Open to Attendees: ||10:00 AM|| - ||6:00 PM|
|Art Show Closed: ||5:00 PM|| - ||6:00 PM|
|Open to Attendees: ||11:00 AM|| - ||3:00 PM 3|
1 Vendors are reminded that there is a 15 minute limit on unloading time at the roll-up garage door. Inventory needs to be moved to the vendor's booth space and vehicles need to be moved before proceeding with setup.
2 Vendors are reminded that the Friday setup time runs right up to the Expo Hall opening. Time should be set aside prior to the opening of the Expo Hall for the running of any errands.
3 Vendors are asked to wait to begin teardown of their booth space until after the Expo Hall has closed.
The Expo Hall floor plan can be viewed online.
Applications should be received by May 10th, 2016, but we're always willing to be flexible and can work with potential vendors after this date should the need arise.|
DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY AT THIS TIME.
Convention registrations are not included in Expo Hall prices. All vendors and assistants must have an InConJunction badge.
Vendors whose applications are received by May 10th, 2016 will get a special pre-registration price of
$30 per person. (Those vendors whose applications are rejected can still take advantage of this special registration price.
Simply contact the Expo Hall coordinator if this is the case.) Registrations can also be purchased at the convention
for $50 per person.
In order to provide our attendees with a diversified and quality Expo Hall experience, vendors will be selected by a jury
process. Notifications will be sent via email after May 20th, 2016. Those vendors who have been accepted
will have one month from the date of notification within which to finalize their payments. Failure to do so may result in your
space being sold to someone else.
Vendors will be expected to adhere to all applicable state and federal laws governing the sale of merchandise. No bootleg
merchandise is to be sold in the InConJunction Expo Hall. Please refer to the
Vendor Information Packet for additional
Apply to be a vendor at InConJunction XXXVI via the Event Planning Dashboard
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