I would not recommend this convention to anyone, especially to artist outside of the state of Alaska.
I’ve been attending this convention since 2009 and have tabled as an artist three years in a row. First time was great, I was none-the-wiser about any issues due to it being my first big convention and making real sales for once.
Second time? Not as great, not as fun, a lot of issues with the staff and the layout of the venue in general. Third time? Absolute nightmare, didn’t break even, fees went up by $100 from the previous year, staff were practically unreachable, had several issues around the clock - even after the convention was over.
There’s a lot of bad energy surrounding this event. If you stick around long enough, you start to see the cracks in the foundation and start getting the negative treatment from the staff.
Save your time, save your money, save your sanity. Maybe a new event will come up that brings in the same numbers as Senshi Con and will treat vendors with a little bit more respect.