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Women Painting at Art and Culture Center / Hollywood

September 14 – October 27, 2019 at Art and Culture Center / Hollywood, 1650 Harrison Street, Hollywood, FL Presented as part of the Art and Culture Center / Hollywood’s Video Projects: Artists’ Work Lives, with concurrent exhibits Artists Draw Their Studios, Onajide Shabaka: Floridian Lacunae and Amalia Caputo: Transferences 2.0. Women Painting Running time 32…

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Women Painting screening at Norton Museum of Art

Friday, March 29, 2019, 6:30pm at Norton Museum of Art, 1450 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Women Painting (2017, 30 minutes) is a documentary film by Girls’ Club Collection inspired by the historic 1970s documentary Painters Painting. Women Painting features interviews exploring artists’ practices, pursuits, and creative drives while revealing the particular experiences of…

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Women Painting screening at Assembly Room during NADA NYC week

Friday, March 8, 2019, 7pm at Assembly Room, NYC, 191 Henry Street, New York, NY Join Girls’ Club in NYC for a screening of Women Painting at Assembly Room, during NADA NYC Week, followed by a short Q&A session with Girls’ Club directors. The short video hears from artists Harumi Abe, Elisabeth Condon, Julie Davidow,…

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Chick Flicks screens Nan Goldin-inspired bio pic, High Art

Girls’ Club’s film series spotlighting cinematic treatments of contemporary female artists continues with High Art, directed by Lisa Cholodenko and starring Ally Sheedy, Radha Mitchell and Patricia Clarkson. The film is loosely based on artist Nan Goldin’s life and work. A work of Goldin’s is featured in the current Girls’ Club exhibition Re-Framing the Feminine…

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Uneasy Screens video installation at Build a Better Block Fort Lauderdale

Girls’ Club presents Uneasy Screens, a video installation featuring works from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz by Ann Hamilton, Kate Gilmore and Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez. Injecting scenarios of private anxieties into the busy social space of the pedestrian experience, Uneasy Screens is part of Better Block Fort Lauderdale an urban…

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Limited Online Viewing // Chick Flicks: Select videos from local artists

Girls’ Club is pleased to present a selection of short videos submitted by local artists Rebecca K. Lewis, Rhonda Mitrani, Cristina Molina and Christina Pettersson in Chick Flicks’ first open call for video work. The following videos were screened at Girls’ Club on Saturday, May 26, 2012 as part of Chick Flicks, a new film…

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Situation Range: One Night Film Exhibition at LegalArt

Situation Range is an exhibition of video-based works presented by Southernmost Situations, including video-based sculptures and installations, and a looped reel of short videos. The exhibition showcases works by artists: Nicholas Arehart Hannes Bend Clifton Childree Cynthia Cruz Christine de la Garenne Orlando Estrada Richard Haden Bill Bilowit Moira Holohan Tatiana Istomina Jordan Marty Patrick…

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Submit your video for Chick Flicks finale

Girls’ Club is seeking film and video submissions from local female artists. Submissions will be reviewed by a jury of artists and art professionals, which include Jillian Mayer, Samantha Salzinger and Antonia Wright. Selected films will be screened at Girls’ Club on Saturday, May 26, 2012 during the season’s final presentation of Chick Flicks featuring the…

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First Chick Flicks Night a Cinemtic Success

A crowd of 30 joined Girls’ Club for popcorn, art and film with the premiere of Chick Flicks, a new film series spotlighting cinematic treatments of contemporary female artists. Following a screening and brief discussion about Miami artist Jillian Mayer’s short film Scenic Jogging (2010), and its relation to the work of influential photographer Cindy…

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