Festival Announces 2022 Dates, Calls for Signature Artist Submissions
(Coral Springs, FL, June 14, 2021) The Coral Springs Festival of the Arts is excited to announce the 2022 dates for the Festival will be Saturday, March 19th and Sunday, March 20th 2022. Come and enjoy this fantastic weekend of art, culture and entertainment! At the 16th Annual Festival of the Arts you’ll enjoy the works of internationally known fine artisans and contemporary crafters. There will also be exciting performing arts events including a wide variety of dance, theatrical, and literary presentations. The Festival promises to bring live music that inspires, a kid-friendly zone packed with activities, fun and entertainment and in addition, will host Gardenfest.
CSFoA also announces that original artwork submissions to become the 2022 CSFoA Signature Artist are now open. The winning art piece will represent the upcoming 2022 Festival. Submission deadline is midnight on September 30th, 2021. Winning Artist will receive full recognition of work in all promotional materials and media, a booth at the Annual CS Festival of the Arts on March 19th and 20th 2022, a stipend of $500.00 as well as a spot in our virtual gallery on www.csfoa.org. Work submissions should represent the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts and artistic lifestyles with original voice and unique style. Sculpture as well as all 2 dimensional fine art originals are accepted. Maximum size of original work, including frame, cannot exceed 64” or be smaller than 32” in any direction. The winning submission must be on site throughout the festival weekend. For more submission guidelines and entry form, visit Festival Call To Artists . All hardcopy entries must be postmarked no later than September 30th and NO electronic submission will be accepted after 12am.
To view winning artwork from previous years or for more information on the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts, visit www.csfoa.org
Funding for this organization is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council