SunFest Welcomes artisans to join its 40th anniversary celebration. Artists and Crafters are encouraged to apply to SunFest 2024!

The SunFest Creative Arts Village seeks local artists and arts vendors to apply for a chance to be featured at SunFest 2024, set for May 3 to May 5. Applications for vendors and artists are now being accepted on a rolling admissions basis. While applications for any type of work will be accepted, the Arts Village – like the festival itself – focuses on a demographic younger than many traditional juried shows. The overall look and feel will be designed to be immersive and innovative. Among other things, the show will feature upcycled goods, functional art, apparel, bold prints, and on-site demonstrations and live events.**ATTENTION VENDORS PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION BEFORE APPLYING**

Please note that not all applications are accepted to the SunFest Creative Arts Village. It may also take us longer than normal to get back to you because of the influx of applications that come in at once. Please be patient – we will get to all applications as quickly as we can.


Vendor Details:
The Festival provides a 10×10 tent for your space. Additional charges for Electrical will apply. Your booth type and location cannot be changed once space is assigned. Festival credential and parking pass are also included in booth purchase.

There will be roving security during the festival and after hours, but vendors will be responsible for securing booths for overnight. SunFest is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged items.

There is a limited number of Boutique Trailer spaces. You will be required to pay for the amount of booth spaces that equals your trailer length (hitch and outside set up space needs to be included in length).


Vendor Application Details:

  • All vendor applications are reviewed each year. Prior participation does not guarantee an acceptance. We have a limited number of spots.
  • Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. We try to review as quickly as possible but may not get back to you until a few weeks later due to number of applications that come in.
  • When reviewing applications we take into consideration the quality, type, and uniqueness of product, cohesiveness with SunFest and other vendors, overall mix of product/vendors, and overall aesthetic.
  • Booth display and presentation are big considerations for us. We look for vendors that put together nice booths and make the Arts Village look beautiful and inviting.
  • We look to have a variety of price points and categories/types of products featured. In an effort to minimize over saturation of one particular product, we may deny a vendor if we feel we have too many vendors in that category.
  • Product and displays must be consistent with what is on your application. This is outlined in a contract given to those that are accepted. If you misrepresent yourself in any way in your application or other information, we will remove you from the show without a refund.
  • If accepted you will be notified via email, and more information including space assignments and pricing will be sent to you.
  • Upon acceptance a map of space assignments will be sent to you. You will be allowed to send us requested spaces, but ultimately the Marketplace team will decide on your location.
  • Once assignments are made, invoices will be sent, and deposits will be due within two weeks. All other booth fees will be scheduled out and sent to you for payment.


Approximate Fees:
10×10 Space – $650 (inclusive of tent with sidewalls)
*Inquire about pricing for larger spaces and non-profit organizations.


Email for questions or more info. To learn more details and to submit your application, CLICK HERE.

Deadline to Apply: December 8, 2023

The Public Art Department at the City of Boynton Beach seeks to commission an artist/artist team to create two murals as a part of the Heart of Boynton Unity Project.

The project is an innovative art collaboration with the community, the city’s local government, and artists to bring awareness to the 100 year period since the passage of ordinance 37, which mandated residential racial segregation in Boynton Beach.  Through the creative arts and community dialogue, the project highlights the Heart of Boynton’s often overlooked history.

The Unity Project is facilitated through physical enhancements of public art, murals and historic markers that honor individuals, places and events from the passage of the ordinance in 1924 through the present.  This project acknowledges our shared collective past and aims to pave a brighter future.

A series of smaller events will lead up to a celebratory festival on February 24, 2024.  The events will engage residents in the community to express their voices through poetry, songs, performances and the visual arts.

Artists in Palm Beach County, Florida are encouraged to apply.

The selected artist/art team will receive a $10,000 honorarium ($5,000 per mural).  This project is funded, in part, by a grant from the Mellon Foundation, South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Florida Division of Arts & Culture.


Application Requirements

  • 3-15 Images of Relevant Work
  • Contact Information: Phone Number and Email
  • Artist Statement

Eligibility Criteria

  • Open to Palm Beach County, Florida Artists
  • Professional Experience in Creating Murals



Deadline to Apply: December 8, 2023


To learn more details and to submit your application, CLICK HERE.

Deadline to Apply: December 29, 2023 by 11:59 pm ESTThe Art on the Plaza program invites artists to activate MOCA’s Plaza with temporary public installations of site-specific art works, engaging and connecting the community with their unique and inspiring works of art.

This year, three artists will be selected for installations that will remain on view for four months. Each selected artist will be supported by MOCA through the fabrication, installation, and programming for their project.

Across the plaza, artworks could incorporate the building’s façade, architecture, the central fountain and include free-standing elements or light-based projections. Alongside the installations, the museum will host relevant programming to coincide with each artist’s occupation of the space throughout the year.

Interested artists can submit their qualifying materials electronically through the application portal. The deadline for submission of art project proposals is 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 29, 2023. Submissions will be reviewed by a MOCA-appointed committee and selections will be announced on January 27, 2024.


To learn more details and to submit your application, CLICK HERE.

Deadline to Apply: January 15, 2024
This exhibit will highlight contemporary ceramic artwork and the artists working in this diversified medium throughout Florida. The show is open to functional, sculptural, decorative and experimental pieces that feature clay as the primary material. The inaugural 2022 Form & Fire Exhibit created much excitement with more than 100 applicants and a packed house. We invite you to be a part of this high-quality art exhibition for our Second Form & Fire Exhibit.

Exhibition Dates: March 1 – 22, 2024
Exhibition Location: 1795 Old Dixie Highway, Vero Beach, FL


Entry Requirements: 


  • Applicant artists must reside in the state of Florida. Artists who live in Florida for half the year (snow birds) and students attending college level schools within the state are also eligible and considered residents by Indian River Clay.




  • First Place: $600
  • Second Place: $400
  • Third Place: $300
  • People’s Choice: $150


Send any question to: 772-202-8598 or form&


Deadline to Apply: January 15, 2024


To learn more details and to submit your application, CLICK HERE.

Deadline: Ongoing
Application Fee: Free/$o.oo
Eligibility: U.S. & Canada
Vestige Concept Gallery is accepting submissions for affordable art and craft items on a rolling basis for our holiday art market “Home Is Where The Art Is.” It’s free to apply to this open call for artists. We seek unique small art and/or craft items that shoppers would consider purchasing as gifts;  set at affordable prices for casual art buyers. This call is specifically for items that are retail priced at $100 or less such as:

  • Prints (editioned or not, loose or framed)
  • Small crafts/sculpture
  • Ornaments
  • Handmade candles
  • Jewelry
  • Art books, zines, etc
  • Accessories (hats, scarves, bag, etc)
  • Authentic reproductions


When you submit your work, you’re not just gaining exposure – you’re joining a collective dedicated to promoting your art all season long. We’ll showcase your pieces to our clients and collectors through a multi-faceted approach, including:


  • Social Media: Your art will be featured on our social media platforms, reaching a wide and diverse audience.
  • Email Campaigns: We’ll include your artwork in our regular email newsletters to our subscribers, art enthusiasts, and potential buyers.
  • Ecommerce Website: Your creations will be included on our e-commerce website, allowing potential buyers to explore, inquire, and make purchases throughout the season.
  • Holiday Community Events: Beyond our online presence, we actively participate in various holiday community events. During these occasions, your art will be displayed and promoted, increasing its visibility among local art enthusiasts and potential collectors.
  • In-person Shopping Experience: Art is always better in person! Vestige Concept Gallery maintains consistent open hours for the public.



To learn more details and to submit your application, CLICK HERE.

No Deadline – Ongoing
The GardensArt program exists to bring artwork into public facilities within the City of Palm Beach Gardens. The award-winning program just celebrated its 34th anniversary and can boast the exhibition experience has been very positive for over 500 artists that have participated since 1989. GardensArt gives working artists an opportunity to showcase their artwork and share it with those who typically do not visit art galleries.

The City of Palm Beach Gardens is currently offering solo art exhibitions in three varied venues: Palm Beach Gardens City Hall Lobby, Sandhill Crane Golf Clubhouse, and Tennis & Pickleball Center. The program is all about exposure and having artwork displayed in the community. The City of Palm Beach Gardens supports the exhibition with a reception, publicity on our website, printed brochures, e-newsletters, press releases and postings to social media. 


How to Apply:
Artists are asked to submit the following information via email to GardensArt Supervisor, Amy Stepper, at


  • Artist information, i.e., biography, resumé, website link, mission, or artist statement.
  • Individual artist images that represent 10-12 current works of 2D art completed in the last 4 years. Must be attached in JPEG or PNG format.
    • Please no nudes, religious, suggestive, or controversial imagery. No sculpture/jewelry or floor standing pedestals can be accepted.
    • After acceptance, all art to be displayed must be submitted for approval 3-4 months prior to installation.
    • Artwork completed just before installation may be considered but must be presented for approval by our art committee.
  • Attach typed list of submitted images with artist name, title, size, medium and date of completion.
  • Upon approval, artists will be emailed a GardensArt Exhibition application to complete.


Additional Information: 

The artist is responsible for transportation, installation, and removal of artwork to be loaned unless otherwise arranged and noted. The GardensArt Supervisor is present during the installation and removal of the art and will assist in the process.


  • GardensArt may accommodate artists with a ‘Meet and Greet the Artist’. Artist-led tours may also be arranged by the artist. Both will be coordinated based on mutual schedules between artist and GardensArt Supervisor.
  • Artwork is to remain on exhibit for the entire exhibition period (typically 6-8 weeks).
  • A loan agreement will be sent upon approval of the artist’s work. The City will collect 15% of any sales made in connection with the show.
  • Each venue requires certain sizes and styles. Therefore, all artworks must be professionally wired, or gallery wrapped.


For more details, contact GardensArt Supervisor Amy Stepper at 561.630.1116 or email

To learn more details and to submit your application, CLICK HERE.

Deadline to Apply: December 31, 2023 

This is a unique program and the only one of its kind in The United States created by Pairs Ballet’s Director in collaboration with the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts! ​​Several levels open to 6 years old and up, and Middle and High School students across the Country in Intermediate and Advanced levels.


FIVE INTENSE DAYS of extraordinary training (January 2 – 6, 2024), and extreme finesse in the style of the finest from the Paris Opera Ballet, Internationally Renowned French Artists and Dance Educators. Students from the entire dance community across the country will be able to take advantage of the rare opportunity to be taught in the French style.




  • Headshot and a picture in 1st Arabesque.
  • Barre work. Center work Tendus, Pirouettes, Small Jumps/Petit Allegro, Grand allegro and a
    Pointe combination if applicable, with piqué turns. Video should not be longer than 10 minutes.
  • Email the videos to directly to




  • Audition in-person and take a ballet class at Paris Ballet
  • Headshot and a picture in 1st Arabesque.
    (For this option Email/Contact Paris Ballet at or call the studio at 561-308-8377


Deadline to Apply: December 31, 2023


To learn more details and to submit your video audition, CLICK HERE.

Deadline to Apply: December 17, 2023 by 12 pm EST 

We are looking for around 10-12 artist/makers to create artwork out of upcycled materials that lights up or incorporates light. The end product could be a functional lamp, chandelier, or light fixture, but it could also be a 2D or 3D art piece that uses/emits light. Previous knowledge or work with electrical fixtures would be helpful, as these pieces must be safe to be on and in use. We aim for this exhibition to be an experience for the viewer and be a fun space to explore. Our GalleRE space is all about featuring artwork incorporating reused materials and we encourage any artist regardless of past experience with upcycled materials to apply. We just ask that they be open to working with alternative materials for this particular show. You never know you may love it! Accepted artists will have an opportunity to explore our Materials Marketplace to be inspired by our variety of normal and unusual donations to incorporate into their work.


After being accepted to participate, Resource Depot will provide all the artists with 2 complimentary bins/shopping experiences to our Materials Marketplace for sourcing of their materials. We also will provide a base light fixture that could be used, but not required. We have about 33 of these for use by chosen artists.


Exhibition Dates: March 14, 2024 – April 27, 2024


Entry Requirements: 


  • New or established artist with quality body of artwork
  • Experience in electrical work a plus
  • Completed application
  • Openness to reuse materials
  • Must be able to make a safe and functional lighted piece with good craftsmanship



No restriction in the type of media used for artwork, we only ask that work must incorporate 70% or more reusable/repurposed/recycled/reclaimed content. You may use items that did not come from Resource Depot as well. Whatever media you choice, final product must incorporate light (preferably AC / DC powered, so batteries do not need to be replaced)


Send any question to: Chelsea Odum Director of Education & Artist Relations at


Deadline to Apply: December 17, 2023 by 12 pm EST


To learn more details and to submit your application, CLICK HERE.

the power of pollinations


Applications will open on October 6
Entry Deadline: 1/5/24


About the Exhibition:
Beyond Blossoms: The Power of Pollinators seeks to celebrate the significance of pollinators such as bees, butterflies, birds, bats, and more. These underappreciated creatures play a pivotal role in the reproduction of countless plant species, making them an essential part of our natural world. Through this exhibition, visiting curators Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki will shed light on the ecological, cultural, symbolic, and aesthetic dimensions of pollinators.


About the Curators:
Wendy DesChene (Métis Nation Canada) and Jeff Schmuki (USA) operate as PlantBot Genetics Inc., a satirical parody of agricultural corporations manipulating food production systems. Using tactical media and public space to promote critical thinking on environmental issues, they highlight the consequences of a disconnected and wasteful world. Through humorous robot-plant hybrids, they connect the public with ecological concerns and inspire engagement through art, technology, and civic action.


Submission Guidelines:
Submissions of artworks in various forms, including but not limited to: painting, sculpture, photography, works on paper, installations, digital art and video, crafts and textiles are all welcome.


Themes to Explore:

Artists are encouraged to interpret the theme broadly. Possible avenues of exploration include:


  • The ecological importance of pollinators
  • The cultural and symbolic significance of pollinators in art and mythology
  • The intricate and mesmerizing behavior of pollinators
  • The challenges facing pollinators in our changing environment
  • The role of pollinators in agriculture, food security, and economic impact


How to Submit:


  • Applications will open on October 6
  • All applications must be submitted through Cafe Call to Artists
  • High-resolution images (two views for 3D) of your artwork.
  • A brief artist statement explaining how your work relates to the theme.
  • Your contact information (name, email, phone number, and website, if applicable).


Exhibition Dates: April 19 – June 21, 2024


Location: Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Ave., Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460


  • Selected artworks will be showcased in a dynamic and thought-provoking exhibition curated by Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki. Beyond Blossoms: The Power of Pollinators. The curators aim to inspire conversations, raise awareness, and foster a deeper connection to the natural world through the artistic lens. Join us in celebrating these unsung heroes of our ecosystems and highlighting their vital role in shaping the beauty and diversity of our world.


Eligibility Criteria: Only Palm Beach County based artists are eligible to apply.


Entry Deadline: 1/5/24

For more information please contact Jessica Ransom at or call 561-472-3336


To learn more and submit your application, CLICK HERE.

The Hopper Prize is now accepting entries for our Fall 2023 artist grants.Offering grants in the amount of $3,500 (2 available) and $1,000 (4 available) to artists & photographers worldwide working in all media. In total, 6 artists will receive unrestricted cash grants totaling $11,000.Submissions will be juried by 

— Laura Phipps, Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art
— Rachel Winter, Assistant Curator, Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum


This open call provides you with a direct path to get your work in front of these forward thinking exhibition makers. In addition to grants, 30 artists will be selected for a shortlist. Additional exposure is available via their online Journal as well as their Instagram feed, currently reaching an audience over 80k.


Deadline: November 14, 2023


Submit your work at