Artists Create. We Collect.

Girls’ Club introduces a new initiative to sustain creative lives and introduce works by local artists to the public. While the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 has shuttered museums, arts organizations, galleries and derailed artists’ income opportunities around the globe, like many, Girls’ Club has decided to take action. Artists create. We collect. We are reaching…

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As we experience these uncertain and difficult times, we hope you are enduring as healthy and safely as possible. Our social, professional and occupational lifelines have changed course dramatically over the past few weeks due to the threat and spread of Coronavirus COVID-19. For many in the arts, that means a drastic interruption of work,…

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Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum Florida International University May 11th, 2016 via Newsletter Upcoming Summer Season Exhibitions The Summer of Women begins on Saturday, May 14 and includes three original exhibitions featuring women artists. First-off is a fresh look at the artwork of rebel-nun and Pop art pioneer Corita Kent. In the Beginning was the…

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Extending opportunities for education and research on contemporary female artists, fellows Mariela Acuna and Brooke Frank have put together a video listing of artists in the current exhibition, Self Proliferation, who have been featured on ART21. ART21 videos  are short documentaries that explore different aspects of artists’ work. Through direct interviews these videos make accessible…

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Girls’ Club has commissioned South Florida artist Vickie Pierre to create a site-specific mural for the Girls’ Club exterior. Taking over 46 feet of wall space, Pierre extends her practice into the public realm with her first large scale, public art project. The Elements Conspire to Find Me, 2015 Site specific wall mural, acrylic, metallic…

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Girls’ Club has commissioned South Florida artist Julie Davidow to create a site-specific mural for the Girls’ Club exterior. Taking over 46 feet of wall space, Davidow extends her practice into the public realm with her first public art project. Inspired by both the architectural elements of Girls’ Club, designed by Glavovic Studio, and the…

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As part of the guest exhibit Making Space: Beyond a Room, on view at the Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery at Broward College Central Campus, Girls’ Club is hosting an open call for poems and short stories. Curated from the private collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, Making Space is a multi-media exhibition that builds…

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Tigertail’s annual fundraiser celebrates their 35th Anniversary with party and auction Saturday, November 8, 2014, 8-11pm Miami-Dade County Auditorium On Stage Black Box 2901 West Flagler Street, Miami PARTY INFO AND TICKETS: www.tigertail.org. An outrageous evening of fun & fundraising! Join Tigertail’s legendary parties ON STAGE at the Miami-Dade County Auditorium. Come as a beauty,…

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Cannonball in Miami launches WaveMaker Grants, a program which provides direct support for artist-centric, artist-driven projects that have a profound impact on the critical, intellectual, and creative depth of Miami’s arts community. These projects are non-commercial, non-institutional, stimulate critical thinking and dialogue, and expose audiences to innovative artistic practices typically under-recognized by traditional venues. The…

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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. 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…

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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 South Florida area. Fort Lauderdale is home the world’s only…

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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…

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