Saturday, April 20, 2024

Raffle tickets for Anthony Burks’ Original Art


Anthony Burks Sr. created a Rooted Ground Lion piece adorned with a butterfly at the bottom during the 6th Annual Art + Stroll Business for the Arts of Broward’s Annual Art Exhibit. The piece was created exclusively for the Celebrating Artists by Anthony Burks Collections art event. He will be raffling off the piece at the event. Half of the proceeds of the purchase of the raffle tickets will be going to the 501 (c)3 No More Starving Artists Foundations’ Art AID program which is an emergency & micro grant program for artists in Palm Beach County.

The piece is 18”x48”  mixed media hand drawn piece on a wood panel. The winner will be announced at the at Celebrating Artists by Anthony Burks Collections at Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom 500 N Dixie Hwy Lake Worth, FL on Saturday April 20, 12pm-4pm.

The tickets are as followed:

One ticket is $20.

6 Tickets (5 + 1 free ticket) is $100.

VALUE $3500
* Out of state winner will be responsible for your own shipping 
Raffle Tickets Rooted Ground Lion Art

Friday, March 29, 2024

Art Show & Fundraiser

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Solo Gallery Exhibitions: Fall 2024–Summer 2025 Applications


Applications for the upcoming year of Cultural Council Solo Gallery exhibitions will open this Friday, March 29.

For an overview, application requirements, and more, click the button below.

For more information

RFQ for a Mural

Request for Qualifications: Cultural Council South Facade Mural

DEADLINE TO APPLY: April 19, 2024 


The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County (CCPBC) requests qualifications from professional artists or professional artist teams to create an original public art mural for the back wall of its headquarters (south fa├žade) located at 601 Lake Avenue. The theme of the mural should celebrate the concept of community: healing, unity, connections, wellness, and/or belonging. As the mural will face the Council’s new Art & Wellness Space, themes highlighting nature and tranquility are also encouraged. This call will consist of two parts: a call for qualifications followed by a selection of up to five finalists that will develop proposals for the mural.


Monday, March 11, 2024

Studio Available

The Details:

Beautiful extremely large art studio available immediately.

1306 square feet one block south of The Norton and across the street from Hive Bakery.

Parking available in the parking lot.

Step into this large studio filled with natural light, air-conditioned space and create your next masterpiece. 

The studio includes a bathroom and kitchen with large sink.

Art storage is also built in for storage and easy accessibility.

Excellent ventilation with ceiling fans and windows.

The studio can serve as both a gallery and workspace.

It’s a unique opportunity to create, exhibit and work alongside Palm Beach’s talented artists at the famed Studio 1608 building. 

1608 South Dixie Highway

Suite 203

West Palm Beach, 33401

Contact Steve Johnson (561) 346-2505


Thursday, February 29, 2024

Artist in Residency Opportunity

The City of Pompano Beach’s Bailey Contemporary Arts Center is seeking participants for its Artists in Residence (AiR) Program. As part of this program, eight studios at BaCA are available to individual artists- visual, performative, and theatrical- for a nine-month period from October 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025.


New Call to Artists

Looking Forward CTA


The past few years have been difficult times for us all. At the same time, mental health awareness and discussions have been on the rise, with more and more conversations being had about where to find resources, how to encourage self-improvement, avoid burnout, and other such important dialogues.

While this dialogue is fantastic for the average person, what is being done for those members of our community who don’t have access to these same services, while potentially needing the most help? This exhibition seeks to bring attention to those groups who are most neglected by the mental health systems in place, such as youth in crisis, senior citizens, caregivers, and veterans.

We are seeking art made by artists who are part of these marginalized groups, or art that highlights and brings attention to this growing concern. What does mental wellness mean to you? How can we use art to promote mental health? And how can art be used to uplift those of us in society who need the most support, but receive the least?

For more information, click HERE


Raffle tickets for Anthony Burks’ Original Art

  Anthony Burks Sr. created a Rooted Ground Lion piece adorned with a butterfly at the bottom during the 6th Annual Art + Stroll Business fo...