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2010 MFCA Show

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2010 Miniature Figure Collector Association Show and Competition will be held from 7 MAY 10 to 8 MAY 10 at the Valley Forge Convetion Center, King of Prussia, Pa. See the website for more info.

  • Hobby Show
When May 07, 2010 09:00 AM to
May 08, 2010 05:00 PM
Where Valley Forge Convention Center, King of Prussia, PA
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Year after year, the MFCA offers everyone the opportunity to shop in the largest vendor area in the country. If you need figures, models, toy soldiers, books, paints, brushes or bases, you can be sure you'll find it here. Come see why we are the show of choice for one-stop shopping.

Vendor Information Contact Dennis Sosna
Exhibit Information Contact Dennis Levy 856-665-8909

The exhibition is for miniaturists of all skill levels and we particularly welcome and encourage the participation of newcomers and juniors. The exhibition falls into two levels: Junior, for ages 16 and under, and Advanced. The Junior level is all-inclusive and will include figures, armor, vignettes and dioramas. The Advanced level is separated into three Divisions: Historical, Fantasy and Ordnance. Each of these has a Painters and an Open category. The Painters category is for stock figures and out-of-the-box ordnance kits. The Open category is for scratch-built subjects, conversions, dioramas and vignettes.

The Exhibits are judged using an open system with a variable number of Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals. Although awards are presented, there is not direct competition and MFCA maintains that the show is primarily an exhibit of modeler's art, with no winners or losers. All exhibits in a specific level are reviewed on an equal basis and those pieces which employ outstanding examples of artistic merit and craftsmanship are awarded.

The Junior Level is intended for artists 16 years or younger.

The Advanced Level is intended for artists with progressive modeling skills. It is open to all artists however, it typically consists of world masters and professionals.
Note: If an exhibit was created by more than one artist, all the names that contributed to that piece must be appropriately identified on the entry form so that proper recognition can be given.

Exhibits which have won awards at previous MFCA shows are ineligible for awards of any kind.


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