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 →
Developed by graphic design intern Bailey Glazer, Part-Time Rhyme aims to connect the visual with the literary arts in a multi-disciplinary mash up of poetics and aesthetics.
In honor of National Poetry Month, Girls’ Club invites the public to participate in Part-Time Rhyme and create original, rhyming poems inspired by artwork in Girls’ Club’s current […]Continue Reading →
DATE: February 27, 2014
MEDIA CONTACT: Jody Horne-Leshinsky
Broward County Cultural Division
BROWARD COUNTY, FL – Broward Cultural Division’s Public Art & Design Program, in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Division is seeking to commission one artist or […]Continue Reading →
Business for the Arts of Broward (BFA) is seeking entries from established and emerging artists for their 1st Annual Fundraiser Art & Soul. Work must be original in concept, design and execution. Works will be selected based on originality, creativity, workmanship and artistic distinction.
BFA is seeking 2D work, exactly 12″ x 12″ including frame (if […]Continue Reading →
The Miami Center for Architecture is looking for female artists submissions to benefit their “Creating a Scholar” program, with proceeds to go to MCAD’s scholarship fund to benefit a female student at New World School of the Arts and Design & Architecture Senior High.
Submissions are open but not limited to drawings, painting, sculpture, mixed […]Continue Reading →
Girls’ Club is an alternative, non-profit art collection and exhibition space dedicated to contemporary art by women. Focusing on contemporary art by women, Girls’ Club presents exhibitions, publications, web projects and year-round public programming including art talks, workshops, community events, outreach programs, film screenings and more.
Continuing its expansion of education opportunities for local arts […]Continue Reading →
All photographers, artists, Instagram lovers, social media addicts of all genders, using of all styles and thoughts worldwide are invited to participate in 9 TOPICS, a long-term, web-based photo project presented by Girls’ Club and artists Amalia Caputo and Marina Font.
The Girls Club has engaged local artists Amalia Caputo and Marina Font to present […]Continue Reading →