Crafts America uses the Juried Arts Services system for applications to our shows.

For ALL questions regarding online applications, please contact Juried Arts Services DIRECTLY at: or by phone: 561-832-0480.


2015 Palm Beach Fine Craft Show application: Apply Now

Important Dates & Deadlines

Palm Beach Fine Craft Show

Application available:
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Application deadline:
October 18, 2014
Application fee is $45
Late application deadline:
October 26, 2014
A $25 late fee in addition to the regular application (total $70) will apply.
Notification date:
November 17, 2014

Application Guidelines

Crafts America shows are open to all craft artists who reside and work in the United States. All work must be well conceived and expertly executed in the U.S. It also must be made by hand or with the use of appropriate tools. Whether one-of-a-kind or limited production, work should reflect the individuality of the artist.

Booth Fees

Crafts America booth fees vary for each show. Please refer to the application form for each show, or contact Crafts America directly at 203-254-0486.

Jury Decisions

Jurors' selections are based on the level of technical skill, quality of workmanship, and originality of design as represented in images submitted. Juried work represents a broad spectrum of media, technique, and creative design. However, only the following categories of contemporary fine art are eligible:

Fiber Decorative
Fiber Wearable
Mixed Media


Categories not accepted: calligraphy, fine arts such as painting, photography, lithography, etc., except when incorporated into an otherwise acceptable craft category; dried flower arrangements; pressed flowers; seed and pod decorations; cut bottles and embellished objects such as painted boxes, stones, shells, buttons. Objects made from commercial kits or commercially available plans are also not acceptable.


Cash awards will be made for outstanding work in various categories at each show. See each show's "General Information" page for more.


Each show will be provided security on premises both day and night; however, each artist exhibits at his/her own risk.