Friday, November 22, 2013
Doors open at 7pm, Performance starts promptly at 7:30pm
RSVP is now closed
Drifting: A Theatrical Exquisite Corpse draws from the surrealist tradition of the exquisite corpse, a collaborative exercise using words and images to construct a figure or phrase. Continue Reading →
by Vanessa Garcia
As I start my year as writer in residence at Girls’ Club, I’m sitting here thinking about feminism. I’m thinking about what feminism means today. Whose contributing to it; whose writing about it; whose pushing buttons, and starting important conversations? Here are five “texts” I’m considering as my “top five feminist [...]Continue Reading →
Vanessa Garcia, local writer and visual artist, has been selected as Girls’ Club 2013/2014 writer-in-residence. Garcia will work collaboratively with Girls’ Club to present various public programs and contribute writings in conjunction with the exhibition I think it’s in my head, curated by TM Sisters.
Vanessa Garcia is an multi-media and cross-genre artist, writer, and [...]Continue Reading →
The Florida Book Awards exists for one purpose–to honor the best work written by Florida authors and about Florida culture in the previous year. Begun in 2006, the Florida Book Awards is the most comprehensive state book awards program in the United States, and the only one with a Spanish Language category. The successes and [...]Continue Reading →
led by Girls’ Club writer-in-residence Denise Delgado
Four Thursdays, 6-8pm
November 10, 17 and December 8, 15
Registration Deadline Monday, November 7
In this 4-session workshop, Girls’ Club exhibition Re-Framing the Feminine becomes both work space and material for jumpstarting new writing. Together the class will look at and discuss photographs [...]Continue Reading →
“More on the Origins of Weaving…” by Denise Delgado will appear in the forthcoming catalog for Frances Trombly Paintings.
Here is a sneak preview:
What is the history of the Knoll bench? The gallery standby that birthed Frances’s bench? We’re getting ahead of ourselves. Let’s slow time down. We must first know the origins [...]Continue Reading →
Twenty-five avid needleworkers joined artist Frances Trombly at Girls’ Club on a sunny Saturday afternoon in February to gossip and compare notes on their projects. As a special treat, South Florida writers Denise Delgado, Jessica Machado, Yaddyra Peralta, and E. Parker Phillips read aloud to us from their works in poetry and prose. This was [...]Continue Reading →
Artist and writer – currently Girls’ Club Writer-in-Residence – Denise Delgado created an interactive web-based project for Girls’ Club in conjunction with the exhibition Under the Influence.
Check it out here.
Denise Delgado is a Miami-based writer, artist and curator. She has read, exhibited and performed her multidisciplinary work at events and venues including the [...]Continue Reading →