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 6th 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 […]Continue Reading →
Girls’ Club presents a series of large-scale and interactive video projections by local artists that will illuminate overlooked pockets and corners of the growing art community in downtown Fort Lauderdale during Art Fallout 2015.
Curated by Fort Lauderdale-based artist Jen Clay and Girls’ Club gallery director Sarah Michelle Rupert, the series invites public interaction with […]Continue Reading →
November 12, 2015 – January 2016
Multi-Venue, Multi-Event Exhibition and Book
Artist Receptions: November 12, 13, 20, 22, 2015
Fort Lauderdale Book Release Event at Girls’ Club, Saturday, Dec. 5, 9am-1pm
Miami Book Release Event at Laundromat Art Space Saturday, Dec. 5, 5-8pm
Additional Venues + Events TBA
Curated by Jane Hart
The work of acclaimed, Boston-based photographer Stella Johnson spans editorial, corporate, documentary and artistic genres. Grounded in her photography training at The San Francisco Art Institute and her […]Continue Reading →
Girls’ Club welcoming recent FAU graduate Mariela Acuna 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 Fellowship Program at Girls’ Club enables young arts professionals […]Continue Reading →
Fall 2015 Deadline: September 21, 2015
Girls’ Club is an alternative, non-profit art collection and exhibition space dedicated to contemporary art by women. We exhibit curated annual exhibitions from the private collection and present a year-round program of public events including art talks, workshops, community events, outreach programs, film screenings and more. Girls’ Club looks forward […]Continue Reading →
9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font.
Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered […]Continue Reading →
Saturday, October 17, 2015
Artist Hour: 9-10pm
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 17, 2015.
Artists are encouraged to […]Continue Reading →