Last Call for Festival Signature Artist Submissions September 30, 2022
(Coral Springs, FL, September 15, 2022) The Coral Springs Festival of the Arts has announced the last call for original artwork submissions for the Annual Signature Artist Competition. The winning art piece will represent the upcoming Festival held in March of 2023. Submission deadline is midnight on September 30th.
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, click here. All entries must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winning Artist will receive full recognition of work in all promotional materials and media, a booth at the Annual CS Festival of the Arts, a stipend of $500.00 as well as a spot in our virtual gallery on www.csfoa.org.
The 17th Annual Festival of the Arts at The Walk of Coral Springs will be held on March 18th and 19th, 2023. The Festival will feature a professional juried arts and crafts show with over 200 fine artisans and crafters and throughout the weekend, patrons will enjoy a wide variety of live music, dance exhibitions, theater and literary performances and a children’s area. In addition, CSFoA will again host Gardenfest Coral Springs, which offers beautiful orchids, fruit trees, herbs and many other exotic and native plants. Master Gardeners, Wildlife Habitat Stewards and Nursery Growers will also be available to provide advice on any garden questions or problems you may have.
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