Girls' Club introduces a new initiative to sustain creative lives and introduce works by local artists to the public.

While the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 has shuttered museums, arts  organizations, galleries and derailed artists' income opportunities  around the globe, like many, Girls' Club has decided to take action.

Artists create. We collect.

Girls' Club founders, Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz are looking to buy art and support artists directly. From April to June, one work will be purchased per week, and later exhibited at Girls' Club Warehouse in Fort Lauderdale. 

  • Open to all artists, all genders, all ages 
  • Suggested price of work: $500-$1000 
  • Must be created in 2020.

Each week, with the announcement of the new work, Girls' Club will highlight the artist, promote other works available for purchase and share information, video interviews and studio information about the artists with Girls' Club's digital social network.

Submission accepted via Submittable.

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About Girls' Club

Girls’ Club is a 501(c)3 private foundation and alternative space  established in 2006 by Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz. Girls’  Club produces exhibitions, educational programming, publications and  events that change lives, nurture local artists, and inspire cultural  growth in South Florida. Girls' Club is the only private collection open  to the public that focuses on contemporary art by women in the world.


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 on the contributions of  women to the field of contemporary art. A special commitment is made to expose the work of local artists to a broader national and international  audience.

More information about Girls' Club at Follow @girlsclubfll on Instagram for latest news, artist highlights, resources and more.  

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