Check out the awesome dealers that will be selling their goods at ANE 2020!

[Dealers Den 2020 Map will be found here once we’ve finalized the dealer list!]

Dealer and Artist Guidelines

Dealers and artists have two main options for vending at Anthro New England 2020. Review the following information to decide which path is the best for you.

Dealer's Den
If you choose to vend in the Dealer's Den...

  • You will have an assigned space that is guaranteed for all of Anthro New England 2020.
  • Your artist or business name will be listed on the Anthro New England 2020 Dealer's Map.
  • You can advertise to your customers where you will be located well in advance.
  • You can set up displays up to 8' tall within your table space.
  • You must have a valid tax ID

Massachusetts Tax ID’s are required to take a seat in the Artists Alley.

If you do not have a Tax ID you will be refused a seat in the Artists Alley, regardless if you apply for the Online lottery or if you win the On-Site lottery. If you do not have a Tax ID you can get one in a few minutes by following the “ANE Sales Tax Info” button below.

The Artists Alley will be open a half hour later than the Dealers Den, and close half an hour before the Dealers Den closes. Set up for the Artists Alley will be in the hour before the Alley opens, the same amount of time for the daily On-Site lottery to happen. Winners for each day as well as those on the wait list (in order) will be posted outside of the Artists Alley.

The Artists Alley is geared towards Artwork, and it’s Anthro New England’s goal to keep the content in the Artists Alley to artwork, subject to a bit of discretion. There are also additional limitations on material any vendor can sell in Massachusetts that you can review in the “ANE Dealer Packet” link below.

Each half table (36”x30”) also has the following restrictions: You are expected to take your own payments, and do your own taxes for those payments. There will be no power, regardless of the availability of outlets. You can only bring what you yourself can carry, meaning that you should not plan to bring materials/displays/etc. that are beyond your reasonable carrying capacity. No displays exceeding 14” vertical from the table surface. No content or displays on the floor in front of your table (banners hanging off of your table surface are acceptable). Limited storage space behind and underneath the table, there must be a clear walking path behind you and other artists. Other guidelines to vendors can be seen in the “ANE Dealer Packet” link below.

If you have any questions regarding the Artists Alley, please contact: