Cannonball in Miami launches WaveMaker Grants, a program which provides direct support for artist-centric, artist-driven projects that have a profound impact on the critical, intellectual, and creative depth of Miami’s arts community. These projects are non-commercial, non-institutional, stimulate critical thinking and dialogue, and expose audiences to innovative artistic practices typically under-recognized by [...]Continue Reading →
A.I.R. Gallery is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 Fellowship Program, a 12-month sponsored membership and solo show opportunity for emerging and under-represented women artists.
Applications Due: Thursday, October 30, 2014 @ 11:59pm
No Application Fee. Visit airgallery.org for full details.
A.I.R. Gallery’s goal is to provide a professional and permanent exhibition space for [...]
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 [...]Continue Reading →
published by Art+Auction, 05/09/14 2:45 PM EDT
Wouldn’t it be nice to think that a gender-delimited list is no longer relevant? It’s true that to be a practicing woman artist today is hardly the struggle it would have been in Mary Cassatt’s era. Women artists are actively acquired by museums and honored [...]Continue Reading →
Girls’ Club launches new fellowship program, welcoming recent FAU graduate Erica Mohan to the Girls’ Club team. Bridging the gap between art school and the professional workplace, the fellowship program works hands-on with young artists and professionals, combining education and practical experience to create a unique environment for professional growth.
The new Fellowship Program at [...]Continue Reading →
Exhibit at downtown Fort Lauderdale’s largest ArtWalk!
Art Fallout: Unframed: Girls’ Club invites South Florida artists of all levels, genders, and backgrounds to submit artworks for a one-day, open-call visual art exhibition of unframed works on paper during the community-wide event Art Fallout, Saturday October 18, 2014. Theme is open, [...]Continue Reading →
Discovering Wangechi Mutu
While interning at Girls’ Club, Catherine Guzzi, Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale student (Illustration BS 2014), first encountered the work of Wangechi Mutu. Howl, a large, colorful print was on view as part of the exhibition I think it’s in my head, curated by [...]Continue Reading →
Friday, September 12, 7pm
Join Girls’ Club, featured artists and exhibition collaborators in celebrating the publication of its fourth annual exhibition catalog, I think it’s in my head.
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Each year starting in 2010, Girls’ Club has organized the community-wide art event Art Fallout to highlight the growing presence and production of contemporary art in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Girls’ Club connects with various art venues, artist studios, museums, galleries and alternative spaces to present a city-wide artwalk-style event with free admission, [...]Continue Reading →