Thank you to all of the artists who submitted their artwork.
Special thanks to the program’s sponsor, Anne Miller.
We appreciate your support, volunteering, and assistance to make it happen.
Please visit the Art in Public Places social media sites to see the 20/20/50 ARTIST RELIEF VIRTUAL EXHIBITION
Boynton Beach Art in Public Places is launching an online social media program to support and promote artists through the artwork they create in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first 20 eligible artwork submissions
will be posted on the AiPP social media sites
for 20 consecutive days and
artists will receive $50 each.
How to submit your artwork by the April 2nd 12noon DEADLINE: CLOSED (please check for future program opportunities)
Eligibility: Palm Beach County artists 18 and older. Boynton Beach artists will receive preferred selection.
Submission to include:
- Email address:
- Physical/studio address:
- Social media sites: FaceBook/Twitter/ Instagram
- Artwork name:
- Artwork size:
- Artwork medium:
- 1 sentence describing what your artwork expresses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic:
- Attach an image of your artwork (no larger that 500KB)
Copy and paste above information with answers in an email to Coles-DobayD@bbfl.us and attached artwork image.
Like the Boynton Beach Art in Public Places social media pages and share with others.
Once we have your contact information an artwork image release form will be emailed for you to sign (must be 18 and older) to process your $50 payment.
Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Art Manager