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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MOCAs Girls Summit | Nurturing the Creativity of Girls The Women on the Rise! Annual Girls Summit offers access to the best practices in girls education presented by scholars conducting innovative work in and out of South Florida. Addressing issues of body image, health, sexuality, and gender non-conformity, leading educators, scholars, and activists engage in…

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Join the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami and Girls’ Club for hands-on workshops and presentations of innovative scholarship, including round table discussions and film screenings during this 3-day symposium for scholars, artists, educators, activists, therapists and other professionals who work with girls. Register for Girls Summit 2013 (3 days) Educators: $30, Students: Free! Wednesday,…

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Girls’ Club welcomed the creative and performing arts lab summer camp Gritty Girl for a tour of Re-Framing the Feminine. The girls learned about the contributions of contemporary female photographers and the different processes and techniques artists are using to communicate in the medium of photography and film. Following the tour the Gritty Girls participated…

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Contemporary Art Boot Camp / WONDER WOMEN March 14, 7pm Members $10, Non-Members $15 For tickets click here Wonder Women is a crash course in contemporary art that will focus on 15 important female figures who are working in a wide variety of media. Featured artists include: Yoko Ono, Joanne Greenbaum, Kara Walker, Julie Mehretu,…

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Twenty very young art aficionados visited Girls’ Club on Thursday, September 22nd from their after-school program around the corner from Girls’ Club – organized by Young at Art Museum. They loved to talk, and we shared stories about weaving and animals who weave (guess which ones!). After looking at Frances Trombly’s hand-embroidered Target and Publix…

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Teens from Broward County’s PACE Center for Girls visited the exhibition Frances Trombly: Paintings with their group leaders and artist and educator Sue Aguilera from Young at Art Museum. Girls’ Club has collaborated with the museum on this specialized program of artmaking and esteem-building for teenage girls for two years. We all discussed what makes…

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