Upcoming Events


Saturday, September 30, 2017, 2-5pm

Women Painting Film Screening + Catalog Release
at MDC Kendall Gallery, Building M, 11011 SW 104 Street, Miami

Inspired by the historic 1970s film “Painters Painting,” Girls’ Club presents a mini-documentary interviewing 11 artists from in their studios – in Miami, Hollywood, New York and New Jersey. Featured artists include Harumi Abe, Elisabeth Condon, Julie Davidow, Louise Fishman, Joanne Greenbaum, Sharon Horvath, Amy Mahnick, Beatriz Monteavaro, Vickie Pierre, Joan Snyder, and Shoshanna Weinberger. Interviewed and filmed by Girls’ Club directors Sarah Michelle Rupertand Michelle Weinberg, the artists share their personal stories, backgrounds, and theories on art, feminism and navigating the art world. The film is edited by artists/film makers Cara Despain and Kenny Riches.

The catalog, designed by Natalie Zlamalova, features essays from Wanda Texon, Associate Curator, MDC Museum of Art + Design and Ann Landi, arts writer and Vasari21.com blogger, and a new fiction piece by Denise Delgado.

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This project is supported by the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, MDC Museum of Art + Design, Girls’ Club and private donors.

On view thru September 29, 2017

Women Painting, at MDC Museum of Art and Design
Summer hours: Wednesday & Saturday, 11am-5pm

At Miami Dade College Kendall Gallery, Girls’ Club presents Women Painting, an exhibition of the contributions of women to the field of contemporary painting. Curated by Michelle Weinberg and Sarah Michelle Rupert, Women Painting features 52 works from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz.

Artists include Harumi Abe, Dhruvi Acharya, Firelei Baez, Ingrid Calame, Squeak Carnwath, Elisabeth Condon, Amy Cutler, Melanie Daniel, Julie Davidow, Madeline Denaro, Nicole Doran, Nicole Eisenman, Louise Fishman, Pia Fries, Jackie Gendel, Neysa Grassi, Joanne Greenbaum, Hilary Harnischfeger, Sharon Horvath, Jacqueline Humphries, Vera Iliatova, Chantal Joffe, Emily Noelle Lambert, Natalya Laskis, Amy Mahnick, Melissa Meyer, Beatriz Monteavaro, Elizabeth Murray, Kathy Osborn, Julia Oschatz, Vickie Pierre, Vanessa Prager, Cristina Quarles, Julie Rofman, Lisa Sanditz, Amy Sillman, Elena Sisto, Shinique Smith, Joan Snyder, Nicola Tyson, Josette Urso, Odalis Valdivieso, Lara Viana, Shoshanna Weinberger, Sue Williams, Paula Wilson, Katharina Wulff and Lisa Yuskavage.

This event is free and open to the public.

at MDC Kendall Gallery, Building M, 11011 SW 104th Street, Miami, FL


Funding for this exhibition, catalog and related programming was made possible in part by Miami-Dade College, the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture and private donors.

SPF Exhibitor Applications Now Open

SPF’17: Small Press Fair Fort Lauderdale
at FATVillage, Fort Lauderdale

SPF’17 takes place Saturday, November 11, 2017 from Noon-6pm in FATVillage at 521 NW 1 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, and will bring together a diverse cross-section of local artists, writers, independent publishers and regional small presses. Exhibitors are grouped into two sections:

the Beach Front – the best real estate at the fair. Find independent publishers, small presses, universities, collections and other institutional exhibitors at these double-wide spaces; $50 exhibitor fee

the Zine Dunes – a gritty concentration of zine energy. Find individual artists, printers, musicians, small organizations and collectives at these byo-table spaces. $10 exhibitor fee. Applicants accepted on a rolling bases as space is available.


Saturday, November 11, Noon-6pm

SPF’17: Small Press Fair Fort Lauderdale
at FATVillage, Fort Lauderdale

Girls’ Club and IS Projects present SPF’17, the second edition of the Small Press Fair Fort Lauderdale. SPF Fort Lauderdale is an opportunity for local and regional artists, printers, booksellers, publishers, authors, poets, bookmakers, designers, zinesters and cultural workers to share ideas and showcase new work related to print making, book making and zine creation.

SPF Fort Lauderdale includes a

  • MARKET for exhibitors to share and exchange delectable print, book and zine goods,
  • a STEAMROLLER event for artists to go giant on their print size,
  • DEMO stations for master printers to demonstrate techniques and technologies,
  • CREATION STATIONS for visitors to make and trade their own zines,
  • and a STAGE for a forum of discussion and debate revolving around our sunny subculture of independent print-, book- and zine-makers.

at FATVillage, 521 NW 1st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale

Exhibitor Applications Now Open

For sponsor inquires, contact info@spf-ftl.com.