Dog Days of Summer 2019

Dog Days of Summer

at Girls' Club Warehouse, 723 NE 2 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale

Girls' Club presents an informal summer series offering professional development support, discussion and resources for artists and arts professionals. Each session is held on Fridays, 11am-1pm, just before open gallery hours, 1-5pm, and will revolve around different topics that affect artists and their practice.

Sessions free and open to the public, however since we are limited in size, RSVP in advance is required.

Proposals, Budgets, and Goals, oh my!
Friday, May 31, 11am-1pm

Join Girls' Club for a discussion about proposals, budgets, goal and objective setting, and other crucial elements that often make up grant, residency and project applications.  This session will begin with a short overview and flow into an open discussion and hands-on workshopping between peers.

Resource Rec Center
Friday, July 12, 11am-1pm

This session includes an introduction and overview of Girls' Club favorite online resources for artists and a discussion of social media practices and techniques specifically geared toward visual artists.

The Motherlode
Friday, July 26, 11am-1pm

Girls' Club presents a new initiative to connect and share resources in order to build a more supportive communal network and a more productive industry for artists and arts professionals as parents. This session will feature invited speakers, followed by a group discussion. Children are welcome to attend and must be under the supervision of their parents.
Lead by artist and mother Harumi Abe, and