November 2 & 3
West Palm Beach, Florida
Palm Beach County Convention Center
Presented by: Artists and Charities Hand in Hand
Saturday and Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Deadline: September 15
Application fee $45
Booth fee $1000-$2000 based on location
Looking for artists who wish to participate in a dynamic, juried, unique, conceptual in-door fine art show event at a fabulous venue, the Palm Beach County Convention Center, on Nov. 2-3, 2019. We are working with community, community leaders and artists to support their favorite non-profits (The Armory Center For the Arts, the Dreyfoos School of Art and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League), 20% of all art sales will be donated to them.
The Convention Center offers an in-door, air-conditioned, professional venue and plenty of accessible parking. We offer 100 booths for artists working in any fine art category to show and sell their art in Pro Panel walled booths. The booth walls will be provided to the invited artists.
- will be provided by The Buzz Agency, a premier PR firm in Florida, as well as by the three designated charities/nonprofits.
- Well-known community leaders and artists will be participating at this event, lending their marketing support and huge following, including a nationally known artist who has over 2 million followers who will promote and share this event with all of them.
The event is presented by Ingrid Robinson
, an artist with a successful entrepreneurial business background who created Artists and Charities Hand In Hand one year ago as a legacy in memory of her only child. Since then she has hosted several successful art shows where thousands of dollars in art sales were donated to different charities.
It's our mission to provide artists access to high-end buyers while accelerating fund raising for local charities in a first-class venue.
Her idea is a very simple one, but it grabbed hold of artists, charities and community and became a brilliant way of creating a "coming together" which resulted in new ideas and venues for artists to show their work and for non-profits/charities to be more interactive with the community to help raise money for their causes by being supportive of artists and their art. Since her business model proved to be a success on a smaller scale, she decided it was time to take the art show to "prime time."
Learn more the event and Ingrid at the artistsandcharities.com
website. You will find a very determined woman who has had several successful achievements to her name, including uncovering one of the largest financial frauds in U.S history.