Now in its 6th year, Art Fallout celebrates National Arts and Humanities Month by uniting the contemporary art spaces in downtown Fort Lauderdale and showcasing the incredible growth and presence of artists and art venues dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the area. In addition to the participating venues, public art projects will dot the landscape with the launch of the Mockingbird Trail, temporary outdoor video projections and large scale inflatable sculptures.
At Girls’ Club, local favorite and nationally recognized food truck Ms. Cheezious will be serving hot bites and grilled cheese sandwiches with options for vegans, vegetarians and the hungriest of carnivores. Mini Gramps, a nomadic pop-up bar by Gramps Barin Wynwood will be on hand serving ice cold beer and beverages.
Adjacent to Girls’ Club, the studio of Francie Bishop Good will open to the public, sharing a new series of mixed-media works by the prolific artist and collector.
sat, sun, sun, sun, sun, sun, sun 10/17/15 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
W: Art Fallout
, 117 NE 2nd St