Art on BRiC Walls: Addison Mizner and His Lasting Influence on Boca Raton
September 18, 2024 to September 14, 2025
Boca Raton, Florida
Application Dates
May 30 to Jul 29 '24
Application Fee
(see prospectus for details)
Notification Date
Aug 23, 2024




Art on BRiC Walls:
Addison Mizner and His Lasting Influence on Boca Raton



Exhibition Dates: September 18, 2024 - September 14, 2025
Application Dates: May 30 - July 29, 2024
Application Fee: $30.00 for 1 - 3 artworks

Open only to artists living in Broward and Palm Beach counties. PHOTOGRAPHY ONLY.

In celebration of Boca Raton’s 100th anniversary, our juried exhibition will honor Addison Mizner and his influence on our City and Palm Beach County. Artists are invited to submit photographs that capture Mizner’s aesthetic. 

Addison Mizner stated that his “plan was to create a city that is direct and simple… leave out all that is ugly, to eliminate the unnecessary, and to give Florida and the nation a resort city as perfect as study and ideals can make.”

He became Boca Raton’s City Planner and developed much of this new city. His projects include the original City Hall, now the Boca Raton History Museum; The Addison, the headquarters of the Mizner Development Corporation; homes in Old Floresta; and, of course, his “culminating achievement,” The Boca Raton Hotel and Resort. Over the course of the decades that followed, Mizner remained an important stylistic influence, notably the architecture of the Boca Raton Museum of Art and Mizner Park.

From the submissions, the selection of photographs for the exhibition will be chosen by Susan Gillis. Susan is a museum curator and local historian and has been with the Boca Raton Historical Society for 22 years. She is the author of eight books and many articles on local history including two photographic histories: Boomtime Boca, Boca Raton in the 1920s, and coauthor of Palm Beach County During World War II. She was recognized by the American Association for State and Local History with the Award of Merit for her 2004 history of Fort Lauderdale. Gillis serves as the unofficial historian of The Boca Raton, designed by Addison Mizner in 1926, and resident architectural historian and historic preservation advocate for the Historical Society. She is currently collaborating with guest curator Augustus Mayhew on a new exhibit entitled Boca Raton 1925-2025: Addison Mizner’s Legacy, opening November 13, 2024.

About Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC) and the Art on BRiC Walls initiative

Addison Mizner and His Lasting Influence on Boca Raton is the 4th Annual Juried Exhibition held in partnership with BRiC as part of landlord CP Group’s goal of integrating art into the ecosystem of the campus. This exhibit is one of over 15 exhibitions throughout the 1.7 million square foot campus, originally home to IBM’s research and development and the birthplace of the first personal computer, which showcases local talent sourced from our vibrant art communities. Through collaborations with area museums, schools, and art organizations, we cultivate a creative atmosphere that supports our community and energizes the workplace for our tenants and their visitors. 


Only original photographs completed AFTER January 1, 2022 are eligible.

If a photograph is for sale, the artist will provide a sales price. This price will also serve as the insurance value. If the artwork is not for sale, the artist will provide an insurance value that must reflect current market value. Sales prices/insurance values cannot exceed $2,500. Prices will not be displayed with the artworks. Potential buyers will be given the artist’s contact information.

No photograph measuring more than 1,200 square inches unframed will be accepted. (For example, a 30 x 40 inch artwork is 1,200 square inches.)

No sculptures will be accepted. Every photograph must be ready to install on a wall. All works must be wired or have hanging devices already attached and in place and ready for installation. An artwork will not be included in the exhibition if it is delivered unprepared for installation.

Do not use glass when framing works exceeding 16 x 20 inches. Acrylic glazing is encouraged but not required for photographs.

All pieces must be suitable for public display. No potentially offensive or controversial pieces will be selected.

No works containing live plants, perishable items, or works requiring maintenance will be accepted.

The juror's decisions are final. No refunds will be given for any rejected entries.

No substitutions will be permitted.

Labels are limited to 150 words per artwork.


Original artwork accepted for exhibition must be dropped off between 10 AM and 4 PM on September 12th or 13th, 2024; and picked up between 10 AM and 4 PM on September 15th or 16th, 2025. Artworks will not be released to any person other than the artist without written authorization from the artist to the Boca Raton Museum of Art. 

Upon each artist’s submission of their respective photography for the exhibition, each artist represents and warrants that he or she is the creator and sole owner of the submitted artwork with full power and authority to grant the rights to display such work at the exhibition.


Unless prior written permission is arranged, photographs not picked up by 4 PM, October 3, 2025 will be subject to an initial storage charge of $25 plus $5 for each additional business day. If not retrieved by October 10, 2025, any artwork will be considered a donation to be sold for the Museum’s Acquisition Fund. Artists will be liable for all additional expenses including packing, transportation, insurance and off-site storage. No exceptions will be made. 


The Boca Raton Museum of Art does not participate in the sale of artwork. Neither will the Museum provide any documents of authenticity. All inquiries will be directed to the artist or their representative. Artworks that sell during the exhibition period must remain installed for the duration of the exhibition.


Only artists who live in Palm Beach County, Florida and Broward County, Florida are eligible to enter the Art on BRiC Walls Juried Exhibition.


CP Group will insure artwork at up to $2,500 per piece while exhibited or stored on BRiC premises. The Boca Raton Museum of Art or CP Group cannot assume liability for any loss or damage caused by transporting or hand-delivery of artwork. It is the responsibility of the artist to provide adequate insurance coverage during transport.


In entering the competition, artists grant the Boca Raton Museum of Art permission to reproduce their artwork for publicity and educational purposes. Visitors to the exhibition will be permitted to take photographs of artworks for personal use.