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Discovering Wangechi Mutu

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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 [...]

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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.

Designed by Hello Gusto, the 86-page catalog features an introduction from creative director Michelle Weinberg, an essay on feminism and science fiction by Continue Reading

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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, [...]

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Saturday, June 28, 6-10pm

Each last Saturday of the month is Artwalk night in Fort Lauderdale! Join us for an evening of open studios, pop-up galleries and receptions in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village and FATVillage areas.

Girls’ Club joins the festivities this month with late hours, a special screening of our ongoing web project [...]

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MOCAs Girls Summit | Nurturing the Creativity of Girls

The Women on the Rise! Annual Girls Summit offers access to the best practices in girls education presented by scholars conducting innovative work in and out of South Florida. Addressing issues of body image, health, sexuality, and gender non-conformity, leading educators, scholars, and [...]

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Wednesday, May 28, 2014, Noon-1:30pm

Girls’ Club and Broward County Cultural Division invite artists, arts venues and creative entrepreneurs to attend this information session and brown bag lunch talk, Wednesday, May 28 from Noon-1:30pm.

Hear from Gigi Rosenberg, author of The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing, about practical tools and strategies for realizing creative projects and [...]

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Applications Due: June 15, 2014
More information and submission details at www.airie.org/apply.

Spanning the southern tip of the Florida peninsula and most of Florida Bay, Everglades National Park is the only subtropical wilderness in North America. It is known for its rich wildlife, particularly large wading birds, and it is the [...]

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Applications Due: June 15, 2014

Girls’ Club seeks positive and action oriented interns for its new Fellowship Program. Candidates in their junior or senior years of college, those in masters programs and/or recent graduates will gain a substantive understanding of arts administration and will contribute to Girls’ Club exhibitions and public programs. The Fellowship entails [...]

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Wednesday, April 30, 6pm

In collaboration with the Boca Museum of Art, Girls’ Club presents an intimate conversation with visiting artist Elaine Reichek and curator Kathleen Goncharov.  Hear from the acclaimed artist as she prepares for a survey of her early works at the Boca Museum of Art.

Doors [...]

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Tuesday, April 1, 7-8:30pm

In partnership with Broward County Cultural Division, Girls’ Club will host this mini workshop taken from from the day-long Creative Capital “You Are Your Brand” workshop. This session provides an introduction to the concept of “authentic branding,” which has been used to help visual artists, authors, celebrities, and business executives [...]

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upcoming events

Friday, September 12, 2014
7pm

Catalog Launch Event:
I think it's in my head

Saturday, October 18, 2014
5-9pm

Art Fallout 2014

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