Art Fallout 2015


Saturday, October 17, 5-9pm

To celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month, a coast-to-coast collective recognition of the importance of culture in the United States, Girls’ Club is hosting the fifth annual Art Fallout, a day for contemporary art in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Connecting the area’s contemporary art venues, Art Fallout invites the community to engage and interact with our many art galleries, artist studios, alternative exhibition spaces, and contemporary art venues.

Free shuttle buses will circulate the Art Fallout radius.
Free and metered parking available at multiple locations.
Cafes, food trucks, gallery snacks will be posted at each venue.

Updates and more info about participating venues and food trucks at

Art Fallout 2015 Participating Venues

Girls’ Club | a private collection with artist-centric public programming
NSU Art Museum | Fort Lauderdale’s premiere art museum
1310 Gallery | a three-level exhibition space in the heart of Sailboat Bend Artists Lofts
FATVillage Arts District | a warehouse district of artist studios, exhibition spaces and creative businesses
Glavovic Studio | a design and architecture firm producing innovative public projects
Cadence Pop-up Gallery | a landscape architecture firm leading community outreach projects
MAC Fine Art | a large visual art gallery providing art services
Made in Broward at the Cottage | a multi-use facility providing alternative education programs
MASS Art District | a warehouse district of artist studios, exhibitors and venues
Laser Wolf | a favorite neighborhood bar for art, music and beer lovers

Public Art Projects

Mockingbird Trail | the official launch date of South Florida’s first urban art exploration trail
Outdoor Video Projections | outdoor and interactive video projects along the Art Fallout route, curated by Jen Clay
Giants in the City | large inflatable sculptures by artists activate the grounds of several Art Fallout venues

Participating Artist Studios

Francie Bishop Good
Tin Ly
Mary Lou Siefker
Margi Glavovic Nothard
Henning Haupt
Michel Pellus
and more

At Girls’ Club

Girls’ Club presents the annual open-call exhibition Unframed, an exhibition of works on paper with a special public feedback element by way of color-coded sticky notes. As a private collection and alternative exhibition space, this is a rare opportunity for artist to submit and exhibit with this unique institution.

South Florida artists of all levels, genders, and backgrounds are invited to submit artworks for a one-day, open-call visual art exhibition of unframed works on paper. Artists are encouraged to submit new, experimental or in-progress works to take advantage of the unique feedback element provided.

The public, and a panel of informal judges – curators, collectors, gallery owners, art writers, professors, museum professional – will leave public comments on the wall near artworks through a color coded Sticky Note system.

Purple: Judges
Blue: Fellow Artists
Yellow: General Public
Pink: Kids

Breaking down perceived barriers between audience and artist, Art Fallout, Unframed encourages an expanded and inclusive dialogue about contemporary art and our local art scene.

Submission form and information at Deadline, Friday, Oct 16, 5pm.

In the mezzanine, Girls’ Club is also hosting a super sale of past exhibition catalogs as well as limited edition copies from its Artists in Action Series. All previous catalog $20. All limited edition artist multiples, $20 off.

Also at Girls’ Club

Francie Bishop Goods Studio
Adjacent to Girls’ Club, the studio of Francie Bishop Good will open to the public from 5-9pm showcasing new work from the accomplished Fort Lauderdale-based artist. For information about Francie Bishop Good visit:

Ms. Cheezious and Gramps Bar

Local favorite and nationally recognized food truck Ms. Cheezious will be serving hot bites and grilled cheese sandwiches with options for vegans, vegetarians and the hungriest of carnivores.

Mini Gramps, a nomadic pop-up bar by Gramps Bar in Wynwood will be on hand serving ice cold beer and cocktails for a suggested donation.

More updates, information and an interactive map at



1. Fill out the submission form below, note artwork guidelines. (*if you are having problems viewing form, you can fill this out at drop off)
2. Send payment by paypal, check or with cash in-person.
3. Drop off your works at Girls’ Club , Wednesday – Friday, 1-5pm from Oct 14 to Oct 16.
4. Come to Art Fallout!! See people commenting on your work. Comment on other’s work.
5. Pick up your work after the show ends the night of the event, or the following week during regular hours, Wednesday – Friday, 1-5pm.