there is power in our shared experiences.
We’re a Texas-based nonprofit that amplifies and connects women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers. We make space to catalyze multi-industry coalitions, share our crafts, seek help and provide each other with practical and emotional resources.
Last Wednesday on May 9, we joined forces with the Survivor Justice Project to discuss the aftermath of #metoo.
On April 21 we hosted our first rendition of our newest series, The Dinner Party.
Kwanzaa Edwards is a mixed media artist and occupied our URL IRL residency in March and April 2018. For her residency, Edwards help created the community mural for our "International Women's Day Yellow Hour" which was later debuted at the 2018 Spring craftHER Market.
Today, a group of young students and local activists are organizing TX Capitol Walkout, a day of action to walk out of school and march in support of gun reform.
This weekend, we're gearing up to produce a collaborative showcase with our friends at Fusebox Festival for a special edition of Exploded Drawing. Together, we're hosting six award-winning electronic music producers under one warehouse roof on Saturday, April 21 from 9:30 PM to 2 AM. o celebrate, we've got four interviews, featuring Dot, SassyBlack, vhvl and FreshtillDef. Each artist walks us through their week, their process and the creative muses that keep them inspired and hungry.
From 11 AM to 5 PM on Sunday, April 15, we hosted our fourth installment of craftHER Market. 3300+ attendees filled the space to shop local and support women artists.
Alie Jackson is a mixed media artist, designer, and current #bbatx resident artist. For her spring residency, Jackson created an interactive, augmented reality installation to be displayed at our inaugural Power to the People set at Native Hostel. Within, she discusses her process, the various themes her work takes, and interacting with social media as an artist.
This post continues our seasonal tarotscope series with Solaris the Hii Priestess, one of our regular exhibiting artists and routine collaborators. Each season, Solaris draws cards for each astrological sign and interprets your forecast.
Typically, during SXSW, we throw a kick-ass unofficial showcase. This year, we're taking a little break and focusing on our conference-official meet-up, but we've got you on some free recommendations.