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"Home Bar #1" and "Home Bar #2" by Erin Crane, from the 2018 Tiki Kon Art Show. Photo by Kamala Kingsley.

Artist Brief

Important Dates

April 1 - May 31
Applications accepted

June 15
Notification of acceptance

July 17
Artworks must be shipped and received by this date 


We accept any artworks that embody our overall Tiki theme, but priority is given to works that convey the Eye of the Tiki theme. It's a look at the old and the new in Tiki, what's come before and where the genre is going.

Learn more about Eye of the Tiki

Physical Specifications

We accept submissions of practically any type of 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional art. Bear in mind that artworks must be shipped or delivered to Tiki Kon at your expense. Very large or heavy pieces may be problematic to ship. We may reject pieces that are too large for our gallery space. If you are unsure if your piece is suitable, please feel free to contact us and inquire.


Artworks displayed in the show are sold on a consignment basis. The consignment period is 3 weeks, starting on the first day of Tiki Kon (Friday). Artworks will be on public display at Tiki Kon, and then offered for sale through Tiki Kon's social media channels for the duration of the consignment term.

The consignment rate is 10%. Artists/sellers are responsible for delivery costs, and for return shipping of unsold artworks. 

See the Art Show Consignment Agreement for full details.