Monday, March 21, 2022

Call to Artists for NMSAF at Sunfest 2022

Call to Artists for Sunfest Group Tent


·         Venue : Sunfest- Downtown West Palm Beach/WPB Arts & Entertainment District

·         Curated by: No More Starving Artists Foundation (NMSAF)

·         Date: April 28-May 1, 2022

·         Criteria: 4-5 artists are being provided an opportunity to participate at Florida’s largest waterfront music and art festival on behalf of NMSAF.

·         Fee:  $25.00  MAKE PAYMENT HERE (NON-REFUNDABLE)

·         Discipline: Fine art

·         Commission:80/20 (Artist/Charity)

·         Eligibility: Open to artists residing in Palm Beach County only. Work will be reviewed and juried by members of the NMSAF board of directors & ATB Fine Art Group Inc.

·         Artist must be available for early morning set up on April 28th, Everyday during the event and tear down on May 1st in the evening.

·         Requirements for submission:  All submissions must be sent via to

1.       Application filled out  CLICK HERE

2.       Your CV with address, phone number, Email and website listed

3.       3 images of examples of the type of work exhibiting

4.       Up to 3 images of examples of your past booth display. The images must be an accurate representation of the work to be exhibited and reflect current creations. Image quality is very important.

5.       (JPEG).  Image cannot be smaller than 150dpi- 300dpi max. 

6.       The submitting artist must have created the original art.


                   7.    Media Categories
                      Drawings, Graphics or Printmaking
                      Fiber Textiles
                      Pottery/Ceramics/ Woodwork
                      Mixed Media (2D & 3D)
                      Recycled/Upcycled Materials

*Any submissions not sent thru to this specific email address will be disqualified.

·         All participating artists are required to perform live art for the days participating.

·         Deadline: April 16, 2022. Announcement on April 18, 2022

·         How to submit to the call:


  Please follow the detailed instructions below to submit:

·           Log in to your account at

·           Click Create

·           Click Folder

·           Name your folder YOUR First & Last Name and Sunfest ( Example:  Joe Smith Sunfest)

·           You will see two choices for “who can access”.  Click SPECIFIC PEOPLE

·           Click Next

·           Type to

·           Keep  “ CAN EDIT

·           Add the message. YOUR NAME  applying for Sunfest

·           Click share

·           The folder should now be in your dashboard.

·           Click the folder

·           Click the button that says UPLOAD

·           Click files

·           Proceed to upload all your contents into the folder including application


Rules of NMSAF

      1.       Artists who are accepted will be e-mailed all registration material.

2.       Artist will manage their own sales transactions. The split is 80% (Artist) 20% . Commission must be paid within 10 days after the event. Receipt books will be provided to the artist to keep track  of sales.

3.       Up to 5 artists will be in the tent space.

4.       A 10’x30’ (6’ high) tent will be provided by the venue.

5.       You will be contacted to receive your credentials for SunFest. You cannot share your credentials with any other individual per the rules of the venue.

6.       All artists are responsible for any additional setup needs. (Ex. walls, additional tables, bins for prints, shelving, hanging devises, lights, extension cords, art supplies)

7.       All art must be priced and labeled

8.       All artists will follow the schedule for the booth.

9.       You are responsible for your own method of sales. (PayPal, Square, Venmo, CashApp etc..)

10.   Artist cannot have minors under the age of 15 onsite in the tent. Any minor is only allowed to be onsite if they are assisting the artists for volunteer hours for high school. This must be approved by the school in advance  as well as NMSAF.

11.   Artist cannot have pets on site. Service animals will need to be confirmed by Sunfest directly.

12.   Failure to comply with rules and/or displays of inappropriate behavior will result in expulsion from the show and ineligibility for admission to future NMSAF or ATB shows. Any artist expelled from the show shall have no right to seek recovery of lost profits or other damages NMSAF.

13.   Please respect the space of your colleagues in the booth.

14. You must do live art during your participation in the space.

15.   Please note, you will be provided with information on where the artist entrance is.  There are designated times when admission is allowed at this entrance. You must have your credentials on at all times to avoid any issues. 

116.   No artists may tear down their space until the event has ended on May 1. 2022  All artists must be on site the last hours of SunFest on this day.

17.   Artist will receive times via email.

 *The $25 fee is to support the Young Masters Program


Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Important Artist Survey

We are reaching out to share some exciting news for our local cultural sector. The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County invites local creative professionals across all disciplines and representatives of cultural organizations to participate in its new Cultural Sector Needs Assessment survey, which opens online on March 15, 2022. The anonymous survey will be conducted by Decision Support Partners and supported by Mosaic Group.

The timing of the survey is critical, as our county’s cultural sector emerges from a $360 million loss in economic activity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Results from the survey will help the Cultural Council understand the sectors current needs and create future plans that support its continued recovery. Respondents must live or work in Palm Beach County.

The survey is open only until April 1, takes less than 10 minutes to complete, and is available in Spanish and Creole. I invite you to join The No More Starving Artists Foundation and let your voice be heard. Please visit to begin the survey.

Thank you for your continued support of our cultural community.

Saturday, February 12, 2022

Young Masters is coming back


Photo courtesy of Adriano Ficarelli 

We are proud to announce the Young Masters Summer Program.  This is an ongoing effort by the No More Starving Artists Foundation (NMSAF) that started in 2017 at CONTINUUM PB Arts’ Pop-up Gallery Show.   We are hosting a summer camp program in partnership with the Peach artist collective.

For more information, please click below.



If you wish to donate toward the Young Masters program, please click below.


Thursday, February 10, 2022

Tracy Guiteau Selected as The 37th Artigras Fine Arts Festival Commemorative Poster Artist



PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida – With her passion for art guiding her, this year’s ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival commemorative poster artist Tracy Guiteau has forged an impressive collection of work which includes being hand-picked by top tennis player Naomi Osaka and iconic athlete LeBron James’ digital media company for an art collaboration during Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
“I'm grateful and honored to be chosen as the ArtiGras poster artist this year,” said Guiteau, who lives in West Palm Beach and has been showing her artwork at shows for a few years, but this will be the first time she has been selected as the official poster artist for an event. “This will expand my artistic perspective with new experiences as well as to offer important representation that will encourage artists within our community to pursue their artistic vision.”
The commemorative poster is based on her colorful-acrylic painting title “Blossoming You” which was born from Guiteau experiences during the last two years.
“The idea for the poster came from experiencing the pandemic alone,” said Guiteau, who has many geographical and cultural influences in her work from her own Haitian heritage as well as her experiences studying art across the country and abroad. “The journey of " Blossoming You" into who you are is embedded with obstacles and hardship, but overcoming each struggle reveals new growth.”
Guiteau didn’t always think being an artist was going to be her profession, until one day a math teacher recommended that she follow her artist spirit after noticing her schoolbooks brimming with drawings. After graduating from the New World School of the Arts High School in Miami, she pursued a degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her passion for art has led her to many adventures including being exhibited internationally and at Miami Art Basel.
Patrons of ArtiGras will be able to meet Tracy Guiteau and buy the official poster at the 37th ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival presented by Hanley Foundation and produced by Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce. The festival will run from February 19-20 at the Gardens North County District Park in Palm Beach Gardens. The outdoor arts event showcases a juried exhibition of outstanding fine art along with activities which include artist and chef demonstrations, the Baptist Heath Youth Art Competition Gallery and the Amazon ArtiKids Zone. Tickets are only $11 per day with advance purchase and children 12 and under are free. More information can be found at

About Hanley Foundation
Hanley Foundation combats substance use disorders within our communities by raising awareness and providing education through quality substance use prevention programming in schools and communities in Palm Beach and 21 other counties within Florida. Hanley Foundation is dedicated to working alongside community partners to promote healthy lifestyles and to positively influence attitudes, norms, and values by empowering individuals and families while helping supply need-based treatment scholarships to individuals with demonstrated needs in Palm Beach County.
About Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest and most active business organizations in Southeast Florida. Serving businesses in the ten (10) municipalities that make up Palm Beach North, the Chamber fosters a partnership of private, public, educational and civic organizations working together to ensure Palm Beach North is Florida’s “Prosperity Coast”. The Chamber’s four strategic imperatives are: A Prosperous Economy, High Quality of Life for all residents, a Smart and Connected Region, and Regional Leadership. For more information visit:

Media contact: Rebecca Seelig, PBPR, (561) 628-5929,

NMSAF Artists at Sunfest 2022

Managing Team Craig McInnis- Craig McInnis Studios Trina Slade-Burks - No More Starving ArtistsFoundation Renata Rodrigues -Renata Rodrigues...