The Armory Art Center is accepting artist applications for the below events and exhibitions:
There are no open calls for artists at this time.
6th Annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival
Application Deadline: August 31
Event Dates: December 3-4
Artists can apply to have a tent at our West Palm Beach Arts Festival- two days of artwork and shopping, live music, tours, demonstrations, kids activities, and more. This festival has a juried application process and all artists must apply to a category: 2-D (drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, mixed media) or 3-D (ceramics, sculpture, fiber, jewelry, glass, furniture.) Applications must be submitted through Zapplication. For more information about the festival itself, visit armoryart.org/festival
Regional Printmaking Now!
Application Deadline: September 15
Exhibition Dates: September 30-October 20, 2022
Regional Printmaking Now! is a juried exhibition open to established and emerging artists in the following printmaking categegories: collage, mixed media, textiles, silkscreen, intaglio printmaking, relief printmaking, lithography, serigraphy (screen printing), monotype, woodcut, linocut, engraving, drypoint, etching, aquatint, photogravure.
Verdant Bodies: A Contemporary Art Jewelry Exhibition
Application Deadline: September 16
Exhibition Dates: October 28-November 18, 2022
Open call for art jewelry and metal work at the Armory Art Center! Verdant Bodies is a juried exhibition open to any artist working in art jewelry, adornment, and functional metalsmithing formats. This exhibition will offer insight as to how makers of the art jewelry and metalsmithing field interpret their environments. Considerations of environment include, but are not limited to, physical “natural” or curated spaces, sociopolitical environments, and spaces within which various relationships occur. The intent of Verdant Bodies is to raise topics such as ecology, evolution, species relationships, botanical, and cultural implications. This in-person exhibition will be juried by contemporary jewelry artist, Diane Falkenhagen.