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"Sweat Portfolio: Phase 1"

The Sweat Portfolio: Phase 1 is now at Artlab33 for its October 2010 exhibition opening.

The SWEAT Portfolio is an ongoing project of Visual Artists and Writers to collaborate and provide mutual support. Each work has input from two collaborators, and the works covers a variety of techniques and ideas, and texts of poetry to prose to create broadsheets (hand pulled prints of image and text). You must see these magnificent prints, with each of them so affordable you cannot pass up this offer!

The gallery will be open for 2nd Saturday Wynwood Art Walk (Saturday, 9 October), and also the following weekend on Sunday afternoon (October 17) for a get together of participating artists and writers.

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Andrew Binder - Crissa-Jean Chappel
Rosemarie Chiarlone - Susan Weiner
Ashley Ford - Brian Lehnen
Park McArthur - Peter Borrebach
Park McArthur - David Gonzalez
Park McArthur - Jessica Machado
Alberto Meza - Pete Borrebach
Betty Monteavaro - Yaddyra Peralta
Lea Nickless - Cyn. Zarco
Lea Nickless - David Gonzalez
Celeste Pierson - Celeste Pierson
Brian Reedy - P. Scott Cunningham
Lydia Rubio - Michael Hettich
Claudia Scalise - Claudia Scalise
Kari Snyder - Michael Hettich
Kari Snyder - David Gonzalez
Tom Virgin - Yaddyra Peralta
Tom Virgin - John Dufresne
Tom Virgin - Gabriel Spera
(Visual Artist - Writer)

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Broward Cultural Division Presents A Social Media Art BootCamp!

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Broward Cultural Division, and ArtServe invite artists of all disciplines, gallery owners and creative entrepreneurs to a full-day workshop.

Social Media Art BootCamp for Artists will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2010, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at ArtServe Inc., 1350 East Sunrise Blvd in Fort Lauderdale. The fee for the workshop is $25.

Social Media Art BootCamp is a workshop that focuses on artists to develop new skills to improve: self-marketing; provide publication, exhibition and event information; create new conversational opportunities with customers, and looks at technology as a creative tool. Social channels have increasingly become a vital part of many successful individual’s and organization’s communication strategies. Savvy artists need to become aware, and utilize these current marketing tools because both the broadcast and print media landscape has changed so dramatically. Social media is all about creating and sharing information, and becoming part of the community and increasing one’s effectiveness in the marketplace. Social Media Art BootCamp is a user-friendly, and a user-created, workshop designed to provide a course of action for novices and seasoned users.

Offering panels and presentations, the workshop will feature the following leading figures working at the intersection of art and social media Onajide Shabaka, president of; Maria de los Angeles – blogger; Davide di Cillo, a moblie application developer and web designer; Alex de Carvalho, social media expert; Chris Tiedje, graphic designer, Sun Sentinel; Patrick Barbanes, Branding Online; and Tina La Porta, artist.

Click here to Register online; or visit  and click on ‘Events’. You may also contact Broward Cultural Division’s Grants Administrator James Shermer at 954-357-7502; E-mail:

This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts

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Need space for an event, contact us for a solution! Artlab33 has extremely reasonable rates.

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