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For the love of John Peters – you know, the farmer?

You’re talented, embrace it! We will be looking for the theme, creativity, and uniqueness. Draw, sculpt, paint, make a mug, noodle art, Photoshop, photograph, write a song, do a skit, dance, or do something totally out there. I don’t care! Wow, how neat is that? Just keep it somewhat PG there, Deadpool. We’re an all ages con.


The year is 2019. By this time bullying, intolerance, ignorance, and hatred should have been a thing of the past.

This year the theme for the Capercon’s annual art contest is kindness, power, strength and conservation.

Through art, show us how you spread your kindness, your caring, and your passion. How do you make the world a better place, what would you change, what would you say, what message would you spread?

What would Kiki the Kraken want you to do?

You can show us in any artistic way you’d like! Paint a mug with a positive message, create or graphically design a quote, make a short film, write a poem or a story, make some digital art, knit a sweater, do some needle point, radio plays, podcasts, art is endless!

Don’t be afraid to share your message with the world, we rise by lifting others up and standing up for what’s right!

This year you can submit your own art work or download CaperCon’s first coloring page! (Click Here to Download)


  • We will have 3 age ranging categories: Ages 10 and under, 11 – 16, And 17+.

  • We will be judging one winner in each Age category, one winner for those who submit coloring pages, and we will also have a “Con’s Choice” category where Con-goers can vote for their favorite piece of art in the combined categories, these pieces will be featured on our Facebook page as well as displayed at the con.

  • Prizes: A random pick of cool prizes donated by our amazing vendors and sponsors!


  • Entries MUST be received by: September  21, 2019

  • You can send your submission and info (Name, Age, and Email/Phone Number) to Genaya at volunteers@capercon.ca

  • Be sure to include a small note on why you decided to create what you did.

“Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.” — Helen Keller.