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On Loan: Miami Art Masters on Hibiscus Island

On View Dec 1, 2015 – Jan 17, 2016 Miami Art Masters 2015 From December 1st through December 6th, Miami Art Masters 2015 presents its first curated, by-invitation-only, exhibition and sale of museum quality Old Master paintings and drawings, interspersed with a collection of 21st Century contemporary art and design. The exhibition will be presented…

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Feast Miami #6 is Currently Accepting Submissions

Calling all Artists and Small Arts Organizations! Artists and small arts organizations are invited to present a simple proposal for an art project. The projects should be innovative, feasible, and impact the community. Proposals will be received one month prior to the events, a panel of artists and art professionals will score the proposals, and…

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A Girls Guide to ABMB 2015

Events *artist from the Girls’ Club Collection Monday, Nov 30 6-10pm | Opening Reception: Wendy Wischer*: Escaping Gravity The Screening Room, 2626 NW 2 Avenue, Wynwood, Miami 7-10pm | Opening Reception: DINA SHENHAV: D.O.A. Curated by Tami Katz-Freiman, Opening Reception featuring DJ Doron Solomons ArtCenter [Little River Edition] 7252 NW Miami Court, Miami 7-10pm |…

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Martha Rosler wins inaugural 100K prize from The New Foundation Seattle

2016 100K PRIZE RECIPIENT: MARTHA ROSLER Martha Rosler is the first recipient of The 100K Prize, a biennial award presented to an influential, U.S.-based woman artist in honor of her exemplary artistic achievements and enduring commitment to her practice. Rosler will receive a $100,000 unrestricted cash award from the Foundation complemented by a full year…

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ABMB Artist + Curator Brunch

Saturday, December 5, 9am-1pm Join the Facebook Event Join Girls’ Club directors, artists and guest curator Micaela Giovannotti for an informal brunch celebration during Art Basel, Miami Beach. Hear about the current exhibitions – Self-Proliferation and 100+ Degrees in the Shade – the unique collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz and be one…

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Portrait of Louise Fishman. Photo by Brian Buckley. Courtesy of Cheim & Read, New York.

Artsy Editorial: On Louise Fishman’s Hard-Won Task: Making Feminism and Abstract Expressionism Play Nice

Artsy Editorial By Alexxa Gotthardt Published: Nov 9th, 2015 11:35 pm Featured Photo by Brian Buckley. Courtesy of Cheim & Read, New York. Read full article on artsy.net   On an unseasonably warm fall day, Louise Fishman, a 76-year-old painter with a shock of short white hair, a fanny pack slung at her hip, and…

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100+ Degrees in the Shade at Girls’ Club Annex

On View November 13, 2015 – January 7, 2016 There has not been a definitive survey exhibition of South Florida Art presented since 2001. This expansive show will include an array of works in all media, by a selection of some of the finest artists of South Florida. Sculpture and installation works, painting, photography, mixed…

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Writer in Residence Jan Becker, 2015-2016

Jan Becker, local writer and poet, has been selected as Girls’ Club 2015/2016 writer-in-residence. Becker will work collaboratively with Girls’ Club to present various public programs and contribute writings in conjunction with the exhibition Self-Proliferation, curated by Micaela Giovannotti. Jan Becker was born in a small coal-mining town in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and subsequently grew up…

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Art Trichotomy: an independent project from fellow Megan Castellon

Girls’ Club presents Art Trichotomy: Portraits of the Industry, an independent project created by Spring Fellow Megan Castellon. Art Trichotomy is a multi-part video series exploring personal stories and perspectives of women who hail from three pillars of the art industry: the gallerist, the curator, and the artist. Looking to the local art scene in…

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Hello Fellow: Girls’ Club welcomes Mariela Acuna

Fall 2015 Fellowship Girls’ Club continues its fellowship program, welcoming recent Florida Atlantic University graduate Mariela Acuna to the Girls’ Club team. Bridging the gap between art school and the professional workplace, the fellowship program works hands-on with young artists and professionals, combining education and practical experience to create a unique environment for professional growth.…

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9 TOPICS: ME, August

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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Fictional Female Artists in Novels by Women Writers

A bibliography from guest author Marilyn Hoder Salmon Novels arise out of the shortcomings of history – Novalis, 1799-1800 When a woman novelist portrays a woman artist painting in her studio, the reader is invited to reflect upon women’s creativity and their struggles to attain a space in which to create. – Roberta White, A…

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Dog Days of Summer Seminar

In conjunction with the current exhibition Self-Prolfieration, South Florida artists and collaborators Leila Leder Kremer and Juana Meneses of Portable Editions will set up shop at Girls’ Club as a Printer in Residence for the month of March 2016.

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9 TOPICS: FLUIDS, July

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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Summer Salad at Girls’ Club Annex

On View June 25 – August 30, 2015   Girls’ Club presents Summer Salad, an exhibition organized by artist Francie Bishop Good featuring the work of T.J. Ahearn, Elisabeth Condon, Francie Bishop Good, Teri Hackett, Gamaliel Herrera, Carol Jazzar, Karelle Levy, Tin Ly, Pepe Mar, Sarah Michelle Rupert, Carrie Sieh, Nina Surel, Stephan Tugrul, TM…

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9 TOPICS: SENSES, June

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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9 TOPICS: REMEMBRANCE, May

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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Esthetic Theory at Girls’ Club Annex

On View May 27 – 30, 2015 Girls’ Club presents a Esthetic Theory, a guest exhibit curated by artist Rosemarie Romero, in the Girls’ Club Annex Space. Esthetic Theory is a group exhibition that functions like a full service salon and spa. The exhibit consists of artists whose work explores the high impact, glossy and…

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9 TOPICS: PSYCHE, April

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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Part-Time Rhyme: a project by intern Bailey Glazer

Developed by Girls’ Club Spring 2015 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 create original, rhyming poems inspired by artwork in Girls’ Club’s current…

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9 TOPICS: RELATIONSHIPS, March

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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Artists in Action 2015

Four presentations at Girls’ Club by prominent local artists will offer a glimpse into their unique methods of artmaking. Chosen from the current exhibition The Moment. The Backdrop. The Persona., the four presenting artists work with diverse media, employing various printing and proliferation techniques to carry their message.  They will share their inspirations, career paths…

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9 TOPICS: FAITH, February

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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Visiting Artist: Lisa Sanditz

Girls’ Club welcomes Visiting Artist Lisa Sanditz to South Florida to present a public artist talk and workshop. This Visiting Artist initiative is a new addition to Girls’ Club public programming, and aims to addresses itself to the national sphere by fostering dialogue between South Florida artists and institutions and their counterparts throughout the country.…

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Visiting Artist: Carolyn Swizcz

Girls’ Club welcomes Visiting Artist Carolyn Swiszcz to South Florida to present a public artist talk and workshop. This Visiting Artist initiative is a new addition to Girls’ Club public programming, and aims to addresses itself to the national sphere by fostering dialogue between South Florida artists and institutions and their counterparts throughout the country.…

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FAU MFA Exhibit: Existence at Girls’ Club Annex

On View February 25 – 27, 2015  Girls’ Club presents a guest exhibit of recent works from Florida Atlantic University’s MFA Class of 2014 at the Girls’ Club Annex Space at the Francie Bishop Good Studio. Existence pulls together works from six recent graduates of the FAU Master of Fine Arts program, from six countries,…

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9 TOPICS: CORPUS, January

9 TOPICS is a web project by artists/curators Amalia Caputo and Marina Font. Using Instagram as a platform to engage local and international communities, the project calls for thematic artist submissions relating to a monthly topic on the theme of “the self.” Select artist submissions will be published on the Girls’ Club blog, and considered…

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Girls’ Club Visitor Survey

Give us some feedback about your last visitor experience at Girls’ Club Collection. Your feedback will help us to improve events, programming and accessibility and might even help us get some grant money!

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Hello Fellow: Girls’ Club welcomes Megan Castellon

Spring 2015 Fellowship Girls’ Club continues its fellowship program, welcoming recent Ringling College of Art and Design graduate Megan Castellon to the Girls’ Club team. Bridging the gap between art school and the professional workplace, the fellowship program works hands-on with young artists and professionals, combining education and practical experience to create a unique environment…

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Defining a Moment: an independent project from Fellow Erica Mohan

Girls’ Club presents Defining a Moment, an independent project created by Fall 2014 fellow Erica Mohan. Defining a Moment is a multi-part video blog series exploring the stories of select artists’ decisions to pursue an artistic profession and the moments that sparked their transformation. Artists were selected from the private collection of Francie Bishop Good…

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