Art on BRiC Walls: A Boca Raton Museum of Art Juried Exhibition in Association with CP Group
November 10, 2021 to February 15, 2022
Boca Raton, Florida
Application Dates
Jul 1 to Sep 19 '21
Application Fee
(see prospectus for details)
Notification Date
Oct 11, 2021




Art on BRiC Walls:
A Boca Raton Museum of Art
Juried Exhibition

in Association with CP Group


Exhibition Dates: November 10, 2021February 15, 2022
Opening Reception: November 10, 2021
Application Dates: July 1 - September 19, 2021
Application Fee: $30.00 for 1 - 3 artworks

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

Representing a dynamic cross-section of talent from Broward and Palm Beach Counties, this juried exhibition organized by the Boca Raton Museum of Art in association with CP Group reinforces the Boca Museum's commitment to local residents, provides professional exhibition opportunities for emerging artists, and reveals a provocative glimpse of the state of art today.

What began as an outpost for IBM’s Research and Development and the birthplace of the first IBM personal computer is now a state-of-the-art, accessible 1.7 million square foot office park that is a magnet for forward thinkers. Designed by iconic Brutalist architect Marcel Breuer, Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC) is the largest single facility office building in Florida and has been repositioned as a community destination in the heart of Boca Raton. The campus was acquired by CP Group, formerly Crocker Partners, in 2018 with the vision of transforming BRiC into the technology and life sciences hub for the Southeastern United States with unparalleled amenities. BRiC’s partnership with the Boca Raton Museum of Art is part of BRiC’s long-term vision of creating a walking art museum with exhibits throughout the miles of corridors that make up the campus in an effort to integrate art and technology into the ecosystem of the campus.




  • $1,500 for the first prize
  • Three $500 merit awards



Edouard Duval Carrié is a contemporary artist and curator based in Miami, Florida. Born and raised in Haiti, Duval Carrié fled the regime of “Papa Doc” Duvalier as a teen ager and subsequently resided in locales as diverse as Puerto Rico, New York, Montreal, Paris and Miami. Parallels thus emerge between the artist’s cosmopolitan lifestyle and his artistic sensitivity toward the multifaceted identities that form his native Haiti. At heart, Duval Carrié is an educator: he challenges the viewer to make meaning of dense iconography derived from Caribbean history, politics, and religion. His works have been exhibited in major museums, art institutions and galleries in Africa, Europe and the Americas.  Duval-Carrié creates works that speak to the complexities of the Caribbean and its diaspora.

As a curator, Edouard Duval-Carrié has been a fervent advocate of the Caribbean region. Duval-Carrié started programs to highlight and present contemporary visual production of the region called the Global Caribbean in the Miami area and elsewhere.  Initially staged to benefit from the presence of international art fairs in Miami such as Art Basel, Global Carribean focuses the visual production of artists from the Caribbean region and places them in a “commercial” context at these art fairs. Recently the project has garnered and secured the collaboration of major scholars and institutions such as Duke University, New York University, Brown University to name a few and created a forum where artists were involved in a dialogue with scholars such as Dr. Anthony Bogues of Brown University, Dr. Ada Ferrer of NYU and Dr. Laurent Dubois of Duke University. This has created much needed discussions at the academic level to further promote and understand the visual production of the Caribbean.  Current curated exhibitions by Duval-Carrié are Visionary Aponte: Art & Black Freedom, co-curated with Ada Ferrer and Laurent Dubois and PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince co-curated with Leah Gordon at Pioneer Works in New York.


  • Only original artworks completed AFTER January 1, 2019 are eligible.
  • No digital reproductions of original artworks will be accepted. If a work of art already exists (as a painting, watercolor, drawing, photograph, etc.) and is copied by digital or photographic means and printed on an offset press, serigraph press or through a computer by means of an ink jet or electrostatic printer, this would be a reproduction. All digital or photographic prints must be signed and numbered in a limited edition of 250 or less.
  • If an artwork 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 artwork 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 artwork 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 artworks.
  • Canvases with wet paint and frames in fragile condition will be disqualified.
  • 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.

Original artwork accepted for exhibition must be dropped off between 10 AM and 4 PM on November 3, 4, or 5, 2021; and picked up between 10 AM and 4 PM on February 16, 17, or 18, 2022. 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 artwork 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, artworks not picked up by 4 PM, February 18, 2022 will be subject to an initial storage charge of $25 plus $5 for each additional business day. If not retrieved by February 28, 2022, 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.


Crocker Partners will insure artwork at up to $2,500 per piece while exhibited or stored on BRiC premises. The Boca Raton Museum of Art or Crocker Partners 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.