at the intersections of sisterhood and space.
ON THE BLOG:
Over the last two years, our mission, team and community have grown. To demonstrate what the last two years have meant to us, we created a lil video to show you who we are and where we're headed.
Vy Ngo's creative life — or rather, her life more generally — is defined by dualities.
A pediatrician by day, the self-taught, first generation American born Vietnamese artist enters creative zen mode at night, allowing emotional instinct to guide her through painting.
When we first started #bossbabesATX, I thought the world would prove us wrong.
Programming, event production, blog features, social media, and photography — Cristina Fisher runs it all for Space 24 Twenty, Urban Outfitters' shared space featuring events tailored to the Austin creative community.
SOCIAL GRRL is a biannual meet-up produced by #bossbabesATX for self-identifying women in marketing. With curated conversation, the mixer aims to prioritize both professional and personal connections.
On Wednesday, May 3 at East Side Collective, in partnership with AIA Austin and SheSuite, #bossbabesATX hosted SHE TALKS: Gender, Equity and The Future of Design.
When Lindsay Eyth, design brain behind The Mall, a trailer-cum-boutique parked behind the Museum of Human Achievement, set out to brand the space, she hoped to capture the spirit of hope and wonder those giant shopping centers inspired in us as tweens.
With a full day of panels, a killer venue and 💥kickass attendees💥, more than 2600 folks attended craftHER Market Spring 2017. Didn't make it out? No worries—we've got you.
By layering color and texture, paint and imagery, Xochi Solis' complex works are pure expression of "mood and vibration" — obscured renderings of the everyday source material from which she derives inspiration and raw material.
We're missing EMPRESS, our SXSW showcase hard! Listen to this playlist, featuring a selection of EMPRESS' artists, and relive the magic with us.