The fine folks at MoCCA, the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art in New York, dropped us a note saying that exhibitor guidelines and applications are now available on their site — and space is going fast:
The 2007 MoCCA Art Festival will take place the weekend of June 23-24 at the historic Puck Building (295 Lafayette Street at Houston) in downtown Manhattan’s famed SoHo arts district. The festival will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Admission starts at $8/day or $10/weekend but is only $5/weekend for MoCCA members.
MoCCA will begin accepting and processing new 2007 MAF Exhibitor Applications on November 1st. According to MoCCA President Ken Wong, exhibitor applications arriving at the Museum before that date will be processed as if postmarked at 11:59 p.m. on 1-November.
The MoCCA Art Festival, held each June since 2002, annually brings together cartoon and comics artists, writers, publishers, collectors and more by the thousands — from the most hardcore enthusiasts to the merely curious – to see and peruse an incredibly wide range of contemporary comic and cartoon artworks. The festival also presents a full two-day slate
of interesting and informative lecture/discussion panels featuring artists, publishers, scholars and other experts.