Catalog Launch Event
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., curated by the TM Sisters.
Designed by Hello Gusto, the 86-page catalog features an introduction from creative director Michelle Weinberg, an essay on feminism and science fiction by Claire Evans, a work of fiction by Vanessa Garcia and an interview with Monica and Tasha Lopez de Victoria of the TM Sisters. Full color reproductions and installation shots immerse the reader into the exhibition to explore the sympathetic vibrations, vivid metaphysics and explosions of psychic power that exude from the works of 41 artists.
I think it’s in my head catalogs were printed and bound locally.
A limited edition are available signed by the TM Sisters.
Reserve and order your copy today!
Closing Reception: I think it’s in my head
Saturday, September 27, 6-10pm
Join Girls’ Club in celebrating the year-long run of the current exhibition I think it’s in my head with a closing reception and discussion with exhibition and catalog contributors, collaborators and artists.
Be our Guest DJ
Be our #GuestDJ and suggest a song for the official exhibition playlist! We’re crowd sourcing a musical accompaniment to I think it’s in my head and need your help. Tell us what songs fit the exhibition’s super natural, metaphysical, mysterious nature and we’ll enter you to win a free copy of the catalog!
Tag your suggestions on Twitter or Facebook with #GuestDJ and be sure to tag us @girlsclubfll. Hear your songs at the closing reception, and download the playlist to enjoy I think it’s in my head concepts well into the meta and micro-physical future.
Being a Last Saturday of the month, Artwalk will be in full swing. Walk, bike or drive to the area’s art galleries, open studios and art parties with in FATVillage and Flagler Village. Maps to participating venues will be available.
Saturday, October 18, 5-9pm
Join Girls’ Club and downtown Fort Lauderdale’s contemporary artists and art venues for an evening of special exhibitions, open studios, public art and interactive experiences.
Submit work to Girls’ Club one-day, open call exhibition of work on paper Art Fallout: Unframed and exercise your inner art critic. In addition to the public, an informal panel of South Florida art professionals – artists, curators, museum professionals, arts writers, collectors, gallery dealers – are invited to publicly comment on works on view through a color-coded system of Post It notes.
Check out Radio-Active Record‘s Pop-Up Gallery in the mezzanine. Soothe your ears to the sounds of spinning vinyl and an exhibition of female record collectors’ prized pieces.
Enjoy some social lubricants and fanciful cocktails courtesy of Gramps Bar, and help convince them to open up a Fort Lauderdale outpost.
More info at www.girlsclubcollection.org/art-fallout-2014
For sign language interpreters or materials in accessible format or other ADA Accommodations please call 954-828-9151 at least five days in advance.