February 14, 2025 to February 16, 2025
West Palm Beach, FL
Application Dates
Apr 15 to Nov 1 '24
Application Fee
(see prospectus for details)
Notification Date
Nov 15, 2024



February 14 - 16, 2025

The 21st Annual Palm Beach Fine Craft Show is a juried exhibition and sale of contemporary American & International crafts and design being produced by the Palm Beach Show Group.

Jurors who are experts in the field choose artists from a large pool of applicants. Previous exhibitors must re-apply each year. There is no quota for any category of Craft Art. Artists are selected on the basis of the originality, artistic conception, design and quality of their work. The Show does not charge sales commissions.


Electronic applications by November 1, 2024

The non-refundable fee for applying is $35

NOTICE: The application fee is due at the time you fill out the online application and accept the terms and conditions.


February 14- 16, 2025


Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

All work submitted to the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show must be original creations.

The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show encourages artists to continue to grow and stretch the limits of their media. The Craft Show is committed to presenting the most thoughtful, original, and skilled American & International craft and design objects. The exploration of new technology has historically been a part of craft practice. The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show is looking for one-of-a-kind and limited edition objects that have been conceived and perfected by the artist's own hands and created in the artist’s studio. New technologies such as computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) are increasingly prevalent in the designing and/or making of contemporary studio crafts. Because we recognize that new technologies are increasingly helpful in this process, it is acceptable to submit work in which CAD/CAM and other industrial techniques such as 3-D printing tools are used in the creative process. But it is not acceptable when these technologies are used to actually make the final product.


Repurposed materials, including found objects, are being used as art material to make some craft pieces. This is a desirable practice, and artists who incorporate repurposed materials are encouraged to specify this in their statements.

Basketry, ceramics, decorative fiber, furniture, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, paper, wearable art, and wood.

The artist should apply in the category that best describes his/her medium. For instance, a jewelry artist using metal should not apply in the metal category. Other media not listed above may be included in mixed media when it is combined with one of the Show's established media. If applying under mixed media, please explain in artist statement why mixed media is appropriate.

Unacceptable media categories: Objects created by 3D printing technology, paintings, prints, graphics, photography, mass-produced work, soap, or objects made from commercial kits. In addition, works that incorporate materials and or parts acquired from the killing of endangered species (e.g., feathers, tusks), elephant or mammoth ivory, dried or silk flower arrangements, bonsai, embellished commercially-made objects (e.g., t-shirts, note cards, etc.) do not qualify.

The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show reserves the right to examine applicants’ web pages and any available documentation to determine that an artist is in compliance with the terms of our application.

The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show will be awarding three artist in the following categories: Best in Show, Best New Artist & Artist Choice. Artist will be recognized for outstanding excellence by jurors, committee members, their peers, and arts organizations. These awards will be presented on the final day of the Show.

Award recipients must submit an application with processing fee and participate in the show to be nominated. 2025 Award recipients are automatically accepted to the 2026 Show.

Each applicant must submit an application, a non-refundable fee, and five (5) electronic images for consideration by the jury. The images must be fully representative of the work you will sell at the Craft Show.

Minimum image resolution should be 300 dpi and 750 pixels on the shortest side. Artists are encouraged to update their portfolio with new images and consider improving the quality of previously submitted images to meet these specifications.

Craft artists who work together may apply as one if they collaborate on every piece of work.

If you enter in more than one medium, you must submit separate applications fees, and images to each category for which you wish to be considered. If only one application is accepted, you may only exhibit work in that medium. You may not enter the same piece of work in more than one category.

All applicants are required to submit an artist statement limited to 1000 characters. Include use or application of environmentally friendly materials and techniques in your work if applicable. If applying in mixed media, please explain why.

You will be able to check your application after you have set it up in the system. This feature enables you to access your application as it will appear to the judges and: 1) edit the copy submitted up until the deadline; 2) verify that your payment has been received. (if it hasn't, please contact 3) find the result of the jurying process.


This event uses a rolling jury.  Applicants will be notified monthly of their jury status


Please submit the following
information accurately:

  1. Your name as you wish to be listed;
  2. Your preferred address;
  3. Your phone numbers, website and email address;
  4. Correct identification for your images.

2025 Craft Show booth fee is $1,680 for each 10 x10 pipe and drape booth, corner 10 x10 booths are $2,010.

Booth sharing is not permitted. Each artist must present in their own individual booth and participate under their own contract. Exhibitors may supply their own booth structures, but managements can supply rental equipment if needed (pipes, drape, showcases, safes, tables, chairs. etc).

The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show provides security. However, you will exhibit all work at your own risk and should carry appropriate insurance. The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show, the Palm Beach Show Group and the Crafts America, Inc. shall not be held responsible for damage, theft, or loss of your work or that of any other craft artist.

Address all correspondence and inquiries to:

Palm Beach Fine Craft Show
333 Clematis St, Suite 201
West Palm Beach,  FL 33401 or

The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show complies with the American Disabilities Act to enable all craft artists to participate fully in the Craft Show.

Thank you for applying to the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show.