The term “Creative Nonfiction” gets tossed around a lot these days. New graduate programs are opening up to encompass the form, and writers are exploring it daily. It’s sometimes equated with Literary Journalism or [...]Continue Reading →
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 [...]Continue Reading →
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 29, 7-11pm
in connection with the FATVillage Artwalk.
On View thru: April 4, 2014
Girls’ Club presents In Bituin: transmuting, traveling and transforming, a project from Dwelling Projects, curated by Sofia Bastidas a former Girls’ Club intern. Inspired by Girls’ Club recent exhibitions Continue Reading →
Artist Talk | Friday, March 21, 7pm
free and open to the public
Artist Multiple | Details TBA
Hear Harumi Abe speak about her work, her creative inspirations, and recent projects. Talk is free and open to the public.
Seating is limited. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each Artists [...]Continue Reading →
In partnership with Greater Fort Lauderdale and Sunny.org, Girls’ Club will be offering special guided tours of it’s award-winning facilities and current exhibition – I think it’s in my head, including and insider’s look at the local art scene in Fort Lauderdale and the greater [...]Continue Reading →
Four presentations at Girls’ Club by prominent local female artists will offer a glimpse into their unique methods of artmaking. In conjunction with the exhibition I think it’s in my head, the four presenting artists are all featured artists working with diverse media. They will share their [...]Continue Reading →
October 5, 2013 marked the Art fallout’s forth year highlighting the hotbed of creative production in downtown Fort Lauderdale and brought record numbers of artists, families and community members to the area’s contemporary art venues.
Art fallout 2013, by the numbers
For 1 day in October, Art Fallout saw 700+ visitors at 15 contemporary art [...]Continue Reading →
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 fourth annual Art Fallout, a day for contemporary art in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
2013 Participating Venues