About the 38th Annual ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival
Celebrating 38 years, ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival has grown from a small, local art show to a nationally recognized fine arts festival attracting tens of thousands of art lovers and collectors. ArtiGras will be held President’s Day Weekend, February 18-19, 2023 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce and presented by Hanley Foundation, ArtiGras was recently named one of the top 70 fine art festivals in the country and showcases a juried exhibition of gallery-quality art from 300 artists. ArtiGras also features a Youth Art Competition, ArtiKids Kids Zone, live entertainment and much more!
ArtiGras benefits local charities and is produced by the professional staff of The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce with more than 800 volunteers. ArtiGras has grown from a small, local art show to a nationally recognized fine arts festival.
Pets are not allowed. Service dogs may be permitted – this does not include therapy animals.
Gardens North County District Park
5101 117 Court North
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
NEW LOCATION: Gardens North County District Park, located at 117 Court North in Palm Beach Gardens. Click here for more information.
We rely heavily on our volunteers to make the ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival run smoothly. There are various roles and shifts available throughout the 2-day event taking place February 18 + 19, 2023, including Amazon ArtiKids Zone, Hubbard Radio South Florida Merchandise, Palm Beach Post – LOCALiQ Volunteer Headquarters, Baptist Health Youth Art Competition, Unlimited Auto Wash Information Booth, Children’s Art Classes Art Wall, The Gardens Mall Main Stage, and more! Check back here soon to learn more about some of the different areas of the festival in which you can volunteer and make a difference. Volunteer hours are available for those seeking school credit. In addition, volunteers are welcome to stay inside the festival before and/or after their shifts to enjoy ArtiGras!
Just in the past 10 years, ArtiGras has raised over $300,000 for Youth Art Education and local charities.
ArtiGras has been previously held at The Gardens Mall, the field on RCA Blvd, where the G4S building is now, and the first site – the North Palm Beach Country Club.
The ArtiGras site area including Event Area and Site Operations is approximately 516,400 square feet (11.9 acres).
More than 1,000 volunteers and 8,200 volunteer hours help make ArtiGras successful.
ArtiGras artists come from all over the country representing 40 states and Canada.
1st Place T-Shirt
#24 out of 200 Best Fine Art & Designs Shows