at the intersections of sisterhood and space.
On September 28 at REVELRY, we'll host the third and final session in our summer installation of SHE TALKS, exploring lifestyle design.
#bossbabesATX hosts two (spring and fall) craftHER Vendor and Resource Markets, a space for self-identified women to share their wares. With more than 100 showcased vendors and 2500+ attendees, craftHER Market is also an opportunity for the general public to get information, find collaborators and shop.
We'll meet to discuss the summer and fall book for #bossbabesATX's book club ISB(abe)N's third quarter picks, In the Country We Love by Diane Guerrero and Hope in the Dark by Rebecca Solnit. Join us from 3 to 5 PM at the Austin Public Library's Ruiz Branch on Sunday, Oct. 15.
Tis the season to support women artists and women-owned businesses. 👋👋👋 We're heading back to Empire Control Room on October 24 for our first community meet-up of the fall.
ON THE BLOG:
The forthcoming, eight episode web series, "Muy Excited," pulls from Andie Flores' life, taking personal influences and experiences to create something new, funny, and weird, in service of telling a story that expands the narrative of what it means to be black and brown in a hyper-white urban city.
It's a quick shorthand to use culture as a channel for identity. At our August meet, we asked, how do you define one of the things that defines you?
It's Virgo season, y'all. Solaris the Hii Priestess breaks down what vibes you can expect for the month of September.
This week, we released the photos for Austin's Unity in Color group portrait. Together, we commit to moving towards a collective future inclusive of women of color, transgender women & men, women with disabilities & women from all ages, religious faiths and backgrounds. Different cities worldwide have joined the #UnityInColor movement and we're proud to share the Austin edition!
On August 31 at REVELRY's new space, we hosted the second event in our three-part summer installation of SHE TALKS with Aceable. There will be one more session in this series; stay tuned!
We’re heartbroken by the devastation happening in southeast Texas and heartbroken for the people in our community who hail from Houston and the surrounding areas.
We know you are too, and, like you, we want to help.
Bomani's pieces will be on display at the Elisabet Ney Museum through Sept. 6.
One of Austin’s most great, prolific sculptors — an artist who created figures of great, prolific men — wore pants. This was back in the late 19th century, making it a big thing that the artist, Elisabet Ney, was a woman.