Girls’ Club Fellowship and Internship Application – Spring/Summer 2016

Girls’ Club is an alternative, non-profit art collection and exhibition space dedicated to contemporary art by women. Focusing on contemporary art by women, Girls’ Club presents exhibitions, publications, web projects and year-round public programming including art talks, workshops, community events, outreach programs, film screenings and more. Continuing its dedication to education opportunities for local arts…

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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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Humans of ABMB 2014: a project by intern Dara Katzenstein

Girls’ Club presents Humans of ABMB, an independent blog series from our Fall 2014 intern Dara Katzenstein. Humans of ABMB is a photographic investigation into gender perception at Art Basel Miami Beach. Throughout December 2-7, Dara will be making her way through various art venues, fairs, performances, talks, museums, parties, restaurants, and gatherings at Art…

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Discovering Wangechi Mutu: a project by intern Catherine Guzzi

Discovering Wangechi Mutu While interning at Girls’ Club, Catherine Guzzi, Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale student (Illustration BS 2014), first encountered the work of Wangechi Mutu. Howl, a large, colorful print was on view as part of the exhibition I think it’s in my head, curated by the TM Sisters. My first reaction was a feeling…

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Girls’ Club intern interviews artist Jorge Pantoja

Girls’ Club’s Spring 2013 intern Sofia Bastidas interviews collection artist Jorge Pantoja, featured in the 2012-2013 Girls’ Club exhibition Following the Line: contemporary drawings from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, curated by Carol Jazzar, on view November 2, 2012- Sept 27, 2013. about his artistic background, creative process and the relevance of…

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