Friday, January 8, 2021

Mark Allen Auction on E-Bay

Artist Mark Allen has been a participant of Continuum for 5 of our 7 years. He and his family decided to move from the South Florida area. He was nice enough to contribute a piece last year as a donation. Our main Online CONTINUUM PB Arts Auction will take place on March 19. However, we will host a sneak preview with Mark's piece on January 21, 2021.


Tuesday, January 5, 2021

CONTINUUM'S Call to Artist for Online 12"x12" Auction Panels

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, curators ATB Fine Art Group Inc. and Craig McInnis Studios had to make some conscious decisions to protect both the welfare of the artists, the pedestrians as well as the integrity of CONTINUUM as a whole.

The decision was made after October 31, 2020 (usually the deadline for the submission) to do a 12”x12” online auction on March 19, 2021. Like many other art fairs in South Florida that had to make similar decisions, this is because of the uncertainty of what was going on with the virus and vaccine for the public. The curators felt this was still an opportunity for both the artists and NMSAF. 

Download the application below.

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Deadline February 28, 2021

Friday, December 4, 2020

Call for Proposals for 3-D artists

Discover The Palm Beaches and the Cultural Concierge Program of the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County invite proposals from Mixed Media Artists based in Palm Beach County for an original 3-D work of art to be created in a live, interactive setting and made at least 70% from reusable/repurposed/recycled/reclaimed materials.

For details, submission requirements, a project timeline, and commission process, please download the PDF below.



The Muse Awards January 14, 2021


Step right up and show your support for arts and culture at the Muse Awards! This virtual celebration will honor outstanding organizations and individuals for their contributions to the cultural community and feature recorded performances by some of the county’s most talented artists.

For the first time ever, the Muse Awards will be free for all attendees and streamed on the Cultural Council’s website. You can also enter for a chance to win a two-night stay for two at The Breakers Palm Beach!

On the night of the virtual event, we'll also announce a new Muse Award recipient...attend to find out who won!
Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors (as of 12/1/20):

Roe Green of the Roe Green Foundation

The Frances and Jeffrey Fisher Charitable Foundation

Bert* and Sallie Korman

Florida Power & Light Company

Ellen Liman, Northern Trust, PNC Bank

Milton and Tamar Maltz, Ellis J. and Nancy Parker, Luann and Bill Parmelee, The Ted & Ruth Baum Charitable Foundation

Jean Sharf, Audrey & Martin Gruss Foundation, Palm Beach Symphony

The Fine Arts Conservancy, Gil Walsh Interiors, Priscilla Heublein, Sherry and Stephen Jacobs, J.A.R. Moeller LLC, Peggy and Rick Katz, REG Architects, Kenneth and Marilyn Steinback, Stella Art Conservation, Bob and Christine Stiller, Sandra Thompson

Banyan Printing, The Breakers Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, The Palm Beach Post, The Special Event Resource and Design Group
Thanks to Our Honorary Committee (as of 12/1/20):

Roe Green

Jeffrey and Frances Fisher, Ted and Ruth Baum, Bruce Beal, Cressman Bronson, Herme de Wyman Miro, Donald M. Ephraim, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Gonzalez, Priscilla Heublein, Sherry and Stephen Jacobs, Peggy and Rick Katz, Rene and Daryn Kirchfeld, Leonard and Norma Klorfine, Bert* and Sallie Korman, Laney and Gordon Lewis, Milton and Tamar Maltz, Jo Anne Rioli Moeller, Suzanne Niedland, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Parker, Luann and Bill Parmelee,
Whitney Pettis-Jester, Jean Sharf, Bob and Christine Stiller, Sandra Thompson
For sponsorships and other inquiries, contact Debbie Calabria at or (561) 472-3330.

For more information, visit
(561) 471-2901 |

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Northwood Village Presents Art Aid Grant Winner, Nate Ginnetty

In partnership with Northwood Village, we are presenting Nate Ginnetty through the 
COVID-19 Artist Relief  through our Art Aid Grant

A self-taught one-man band, Nate Ginnetty promulgates the idea that all of us are more capable than we might guess at making our artistic visions into realities. His vision of self-empowerment is symbolized by his original songs, do-it-yourself recording style, and independently-developed tour routes.


Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Melody Ave presents Art Aid Grant Winner, Oliver Hanfann

In partnership with Melody Ave, we are presenting Oliver Hanfann through the 
COVID-19 Artist Relief  through our Art Aid Grant

Performance is on Melody Ave's Facebook page at 8:00pm Tonight


Born and raised in sunny South Florida, Oliver Hanfmann began his musical career at the age of
fifteen, singing along to Beatles songs and joining the Jupiter High School chorus. The next year he
entered the Spectrum choir and fronted a rock band put together by Absolute Music Studios based in
Jupiter, Florida.
Combined with the choral classical training he gained from school and the contemporary rock and pop
stylings embodied in his studio experiences, he went on to major in Vocal Performance and received a
vocal scholarship at Palm Beach State College for making it into their elite Troubadours octet in his
Freshman year. In 2018 and 2019, he also taught at the North Palm Beach and South Palm Beach
School of Rock campuses as a Vocal Instructor.
Now, Oliver performs for a living either as a solo musician or as frontman of his band The
Wavelengths and offers private in-home singing lessons to those interested in furthering their own
vocal expertise.
His solo set consists of live-looping acoustic guitar with bass, drums, flute, tenor saxophone, and
piano, weaving through many different decades and genres as he does so to keep the audience
guessing. With his music he tells stories of glory, of loss, of turmoil and triumph, and of love and

heartbreak; seeking to capture the highs and lows of the human experience in his art. 

Sunday, November 15, 2020

Call for Artists: Cultural Council Biennial 2021


Juror/Guest Curator

Aldeide Delgado
Founder and Director of Women Photographers International Archive

Exhibition Dates
March 26 – May 29, 2021

The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County enthusiastically announces an Open Call to Palm Beach County artists for its 2021 Biennial. This edition of the Cultural Council’s Biennial welcomes visual artists residing in Palm Beach County to submit their artwork for the exhibition opening on March 26, 2021. The 2021 Cultural Council Biennial is juried by Aldeide Delgado, the Founder and Director of Women Photographers International.

The 2021 Cultural Council Biennial will feature three prizes chosen by the guest Juror/Curator. The top prize will be $2,000.00, while second will be $1,000.00 and third $500.00. There will also be a People’s Choice award tabulated by votes made throughout the exhibition and presented after the exhibition ends. All exhibited artists will receive a complimentary individual membership to the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County or a one year extension of a current membership.


Biennial open for submissions: November 9, 2020
Deadline for submissions: January 15, 2021
Announcement of participating artists: February 19, 2021
Installation: March 22 – 24, 2021
Exhibition: March 26 – May 29, 2021

For more information please click HERE

Mark Allen Auction on E-Bay

Artist Mark Allen has been a participant of Continuum for 5 of our 7 years. He and his family decided to move from the South Florida area. ...