Friday, August 25, 2023

The Arts & Tourism Summit

The Arts & Tourism Summit - Access For All

The Summit features nationally recognized keynote speakers, panel discussions with local experts, and breakout sessions providing targeted workshops and facilitated dialog. The event will also feature inspiring cultural performances, designated networking opportunities, an artist market, a DEIA vendor spotlight, and an opening night reception. The content is designed for Palm Beach County arts and tourism leaders, and employees at every level working at cultural institutions, tourist attractions, hotels, restaurants, and across the arts and hospitality sectors. The Summit’s fundamental goal is for DEIA not to just be a two-day focus, but that the audience leaves with new perspectives, contacts, and opportunities for action.

Note: Sign language interpreters will be available for every session.

Employees at every level from the arts and tourism sectors are encouraged to attend this free, two-day voluntary event.



Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Call for Artist Ambassadors: Dance, Music, Theater, and Literature


The Cultural Council is seeking to identify four creative professionals within these specific disciplines (dance, music, theater, and literature-including poets and spoken word artists) to serve as Artist Ambassadors for a two-year term from 2023 to 2025. Each will receive a $1,000 per year stipend (made in two installments) and will be featured on the Council’s new website. Ambassadors will research resources in their respective fields, keep the Council apprised of news, calls to artists, and other important information that can be shared with the field, as well as serve as a resource to the professionals in their respective genre. The EXTENDED deadline to apply is August 25, 2023 by 11:59 pm.

Term of service: September 15, 2023 – September 15, 2025. Each ambassador will have a performance review and an option to renew at the completion of their first year in the program.


  • Serve as an ambassador for the Cultural Council and our subject matter expert and liaison between creative professionals in the industry and cultural organizations that support their discipline. Estimated 4 hours per month/48 hours per year.
  • Create a discipline-specific toolkit of links to articles, blogs, and other resources (such as where to purchase/rent equipment, rehearsal space, practice venues, and studios) to be included on the Council’s website and updated twice a year.
  • Organize one Institute for Cultural Advancement workshop per year that would serve as professional development to the field (workshops are usually 1.5 hours and can be led by the Ambassador or a colleague or panel, as determined).
  • Contribute one 500–750-word article on a relevant topic that the Council will promote on its blog, social media, etc.
  • Be available to respond to emails, phone calls, or other inquiries within 48 hours to provide referrals, technical assistance, or other support.

Eligibility requirements:

Interested creative professionals should meet the following criteria:

  • Have worked in their field for 10 or more years – does not necessarily need to be consecutive years or in the same art form
  • Have resided in Palm Beach County for three consecutive years
  • Have demonstrable biographical history that clearly indicates a sustained pursuit of a career as a creative professional


Monday, July 17, 2023

CONTINUUM 10th Anniversary

We are about to embark on the next journey of an important event. 
Please help us raise funds for this important event.

Sunday, July 2, 2023

Art Curation Artist Roster

 Business for the Arts of Broward (BFA) is creating a roster of pre-qualified artists and is inviting South Florida artists to submit qualifications to be considered. for our Art Curation program. The purpose of the program is to match art with clients who want to buy art for their office spaces, and/or curate temporary art exhibits at participating businesses. By applying to be considered for the program, artists’ artwork will be reviewed for projects in the following temporary and long-term art categories: 2-D Framed or Canvas, Sculpture, Fiber, Ceramic/Mosaic and Environmental Installations. Deadline: 8-15-23


Tuesday, June 27, 2023

The Awesome Foundation Micro-grant

The Awesome Foundation is a global community advancing the interest of awesome in the universe, $1000 at a time.

Each fully autonomous chapter supports awesome projects through micro-grants, usually given out monthly. These micro-grants, $1000 or the local equivalent, come out of pockets of the chapter's "trustees" and are given on a no-strings-attached basis to people and groups working on awesome projects.

Apply HERE

Call to Artists for PBG GreenMarket Bag

Interested artists should fill out the Call to Artists form with their contact information, and a few samples of their artwork.



The Lake Worth Beach CRA is turning up the heat this summer by installing Adirondack chairs transformed into works of art by LOCAL artists throughout the downtown!


Artists and artist teams of all experience levels are encouraged to apply. These functional works of art will be positioned throughout downtown Lake Worth Beach making the urban setting more beautiful and relaxing for residents and guests alike. 

For questions and more details please Email:

This community art project is graciously underwritten by The Allen Team and the Lake Worth Cultural Renaissance Foundation


The Arts & Tourism Summit

The Arts & Tourism Summit - Access For All The Summit features nationally recognized keynote speakers, panel discussions with local expe...