Coral Springs Festival of the Arts Accepting Artist Submissions for 2022 Event

The annual Coral Springs Festival of the Arts.

The annual Coral Springs Festival of the Arts.

By Sharon Aron Baron

The city hasn’t seen a Festival of the Arts since 2019, but organizers are hoping 2022 is their lucky year.

After two years of cancelations due to Covid-19, the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts has marked Saturday, March 19, and Sunday, March 20, 2022, for their 16th Annual weekend-long event.

The Festival promises to bring live music that inspires a kid-friendly zone packed with activities, fun, and entertainment and, in addition, will host Gardenfest.

There will also be exciting performing arts events, including various dance, theatrical, and literary presentations. Plus, visitors are already in store for a weekend of art, culture, and entertainment with the works of internationally known fine artisans and contemporary crafters.
Signature Artist

Submissions to become the 2022 CSFoA Signature Artist are being accepted. The winning art piece will represent the upcoming 2022 Festival.

The deadline is midnight on September 30, 2021. The winning artist will receive full recognition of work in all promotional materials and media, a booth at the Festival of the Arts, a stipend of $500, as well as a spot in their virtual gallery on 

Work submissions should represent the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts and artistic lifestyles with an original voice and unique style.

Sculpture, as well as all 2-dimensional fine art originals, are accepted. The maximum size of original work, including frame, cannot exceed 64 inches or be smaller than 32 inches in any direction. 

The winning submission must be on-site throughout the festival weekend. For more submission guidelines and entry forms, visit

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Sharon Aron Baron

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