All south Florida artists are invited to submit work on paper for exhibition. All mediums accepted, but work must be on paper. Guidelines, details and the online submission form are available at girlsclubcollection.org/art-fallout-2013. Works can be dropped Wednesday-Friday until the October 4 deadline.
During the event, Bite Gastrotuck will be just outside, serving a menu which includes one of Americas top 100 burgers with a large arrange of toppings, crafted milkshakes, hand cut fries and onion rings.
Light refreshments inside provided by Fresh Market.
More details available at girlsclubcollection.org/art-fallout-2013.
Girls' Club, 117 NE 2 Street
Girls' Club is a non-profit alternative exhibition space and private collection that focuses on contemporary art by women. Girls' Club presents cutting edge exhibitions, education programs and community projects that facilitate educate the public, nurture the careers of local artists and provide resources to the community and beyond.
The mission of Girls’ Club is to educate the public, nurture the careers of female artists, and to serve as a resource for art students and scholars, curators, and practicing artists. A special commitment is made to expose the work of local artists to a broader national and international audience.
Girls’ Club’s facility is a dynamic, multi-functional building designed by Margi Nothard, principal of the award-winning Glavovic Studio in Fort Lauderdale. Glavovic Studio converted the existing warehouse via the use of layered materials, light and movement to create a unique, art-oriented environment for the collection of contemporary art of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz.
Submission info for Artists:
How to Submit
- Fill out the submission form here, note artwork guidelines.
- Send payment by paypal, check or with cash in-person.
- Drop off your works at Girls’ Club , Wednesday – Friday, 1-5pm thru Oct 4.
- Come to Art Fallout!! See people commenting on your work. Comment on other’s.
- Pick up your work and your Post It notes the night of the event after public hours, or the following week during open hours.
SUPPORT, CONTRIBUTE and ENJOY local art in your community!
Panel of Arts Professionals:
Ariel Barron-Robbins, Artist/Professor, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton
Susan Caraballo, Artistic Director, ArtCenter/South Florida
Amalia Caputo, Artist/Writer, www.amaliacaputo.com
Denise Delgado, Writer/Curator/Artist and Project Manager, Vasari Project Archive, Miami-Dade Public Library Service
Jane Hart, Curator of Exhibitions, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood
Carl Hildebrand, Director, Pecha Kucha Miami
Rachel Talent Ivers, Director of Exhibitions & Curatorial Services, Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale
Vanessa Garcia, Artist/Writer, www.vanessagarcia.org
Paula Gillam, Professor, Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale
Deborah Kerr, Collector and Chair of Broward Cultural Council
Augusto Mendoza, Graphic Designer/Publisher, Books are Nice and Hello Gusto!
Kathryn Mikesell, Collector and Foundress of the Fountainhead Residency, Miami
Scott Miller, Artist and Associate Dean, Visual and Performing Arts Department, Broward College
Peggy Levison Nolan, Artist/Professor, Florida International University, Davie
Zachary Ordonez, Artist/Professor, NSU and University of Miami
Carol Prusa, Artist/Professor, Florida Atlantic University
Lisa Rockford, Artist/Curator, Fort Lauderdale, www.lisarockford.com
Amanda Sanfilippo, Independent Curator and Director of Development, Locust Projects, Miami
Samantha Salzinger, Artist/Associate Professor and Art Department Chair, Palm Beach State College, Boca Raton
Jill Slaughter, Curator of Special Projects, City of Pembroke Pines
Jessie Vail Aufiery, Writer and World Literature Editor, The Literary Review
Michelle Weinberg, Artist and Creative Director, Girls’ Club, Fort Lauderdale