Girls’ Club presents Art Trichotomy: Portraits of the Industry, an independent project created by Spring 2015 fellow Megan Castellón. Art Trichotomy is a multi-part video blog series that offers a behind the scenes look at how gallerists, curators, and artists interface within the art world. The series will further expand the public’s understanding of the gallerist/curator/artist dynamic, […]Continue Reading →
Artist Development series at Girls’ Club discusses tools for emerging artists, art students, and recent graduates
Girls’ Club presents a series of informal artist development lectures, workshops and discussions revolving around useful presentation tools for artists on select Thursdays in August.
Surviving and thriving as an artist requires much more than amazing talent, innovative ideas […]Continue Reading →
Reception: Saturday, July 25, 6-9pm
in connection with the Flagler Village Artwalk
On view July 8 – August 30, 2015, 1-5pm and other times by appointment
Girls’ Club Annex Space presents Summer Salad, an exhibition organized by artist Francie Bishop Good of collage and mixed media works.
Summer Salad brings together the work […]Continue Reading →
by guest writer Marilyn Hoder-Salmon
“Novels arise out of the shortcomings of history”
– Novalis, 1799-1800
“When a woman novelist portrays a woman artist painting in her studio, the reader is invited to reflect upon women’s creativity and their struggles to attain a space in which to create.”
– Roberta White, A Studio […]
Inspired by the lure of production funding for artists at the recent Girls’ Club event Brown Bag Lunch Talk + Grant Workshop with Adriane Clark, our current fellow Megan Castellon went a bit further, collecting interesting grant opportunities for emerging, mid career and established artists.
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Girls’ Club invites artists, arts venues and creative entrepreneurs to attend this information session and brown bag lunch talk introducing Art Fallout.
Hear from gallery director Sarah Michelle Rupert about Fort Lauderdale’s largest artwalk, Art Fallout, and discover the ways in which individual artists, art venues and […]Continue Reading →
Girls’ Club presents a Esthetic Theory, a guest exhibit curated by artist Rosemarie Romero, in the Girls’ Club Annex Space.
Esthetic Theory is a group […]Continue Reading →