Terms for Exhibiting in the Art of NeuroscienceEligibility for Exhibiting
The purpose of the Art of Neuroscience is to support the broad and evolving field of neuroscience art. Exhibits must be related to neuroscience. All art being displayed or sold must be owned and created by the exhibitor.
The character of the exhibit is subject to approval by the Society. SfN reserves the right even after an application is received to refuse applications not meeting standards required or expected, as well as the right to curtail or to close exhibits or parts of exhibits that reflect unfavorably on the character of the meeting. This applies to displays, literature, advertising, novelties, souvenirs, conduct of persons, etc.
Exhibit Space Assignments
Space is limited. Preference will be given to SfN members, or those sponsored by a SfN member. The Society for Neuroscience retains the right to approve or deny exhibit applications based on its sole discretion. Applications from individuals/organizations that have not previously participated in the Art of Neuroscience will be reviewed by the Society for eligibility before assignment is made. Exhibitors are assigned space based on membership/sponsor status, and the date the application is received. Nonmembers/nonprofits will be notified of acceptance after the June 30 deadline as preference is given to SfN members.
Applications must be received by June 30. Once the application has been approved, full payment must be received by July 19. See Payment Information for further instruction.
Art of Neuroscience Application
The materials required for review are:
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