Mar
23
to Jun 23

Community Breathwork / Trabajo de Respiración para la Communidad

  • pin Sententia Vera Cultural Hub (map)
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Virginia is a Traditional Midwife who has served many women through their journey in pregnancy, providing counseling on nutrition and care during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum . She is committed to bringing awareness of what is sacred in pregnancy, childbirth and the first seven years of childhood.

ENGLISH SESSIONS:
Breathwork reaches to the deepest level of our belief system and awakens our consciousness. It heals and/or promotes the integration of past experiences. It taps deep into the memories of our own birth, life experiences, and reveals the origin of many behavior patterns. It promotes deep states of relaxation. Click here for more information. 

 

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May
13
to May 27

Works Progress Vancouver Heaven Born Wind by Hannah Kenah

  • Dorothy Somerset Studio (map)
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Salvage Vanguard, with support from University of British Columbia Department of Theatre and Film, announces the workshop performance of Heaven Born Wind. With undercurrents of The Oregon TrailNight of the Hunter,Hansel and Gretel, and Kafka’s MetamorphosisHeaven Born Wind is the story of a family living a primitive life at the edges of a contemporary world. Playing with puppetry, movement, and text, the public is invited to a free sharing of this work-in-progress. 

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May
23
8:30 PM20:30

CHISHOLM ’72—UNBOUGHT & UNBOSSED: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL FILM SERIES

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Two documentaries about the history of progressive politics and social justice, by writer and director Shola Lynch, connect to the themes in Jim Hodges’s With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress) and Rodney McMillian’s timely exhibition Against a Civic Death. Click here for more Information. 

 

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May
25
7:00 PM19:00

MASS Gallery Presents: Regional Fictions

  • 507 Calles Street Austin, TX, 78702 United States (map)
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The exhibition Regional Fictions re-contextualizes this literary term to examine the lies, falsifications, and omissions present in the lore of a particular geographical region, particularly as it is taught to school age children. Text and installation-based works mine educational materials and methods of presentation to imagine what these items might look like from multiple “de-colonized” perspectives. The exhibition features work from Julia Barbosa Landois and Jamal Cyrus. 

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May
26
2:00 PM14:00

Decolonizing the Classroom

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As part of the exhibition Regional Fictions, participating artist Julia Barbosa Landois will moderate a panel discussion addressing decolonization in educational settings. How can educators facilitate decolonization as an internal, intellectual process, and how can art play an integral role? Our guests will discuss things like unpacking dominant historical narratives, fostering respect during difficult conversations, rethinking classroom power dynamics, and nurturing an environment of curiosity, justice, and love. Attendees will go home with educational materials and may win some art goodies from the Amplifier Foundation.

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May
27
11:00 AM11:00

Eastside Pop Up "Spring Fling" Benefitting Yellow Bike Project

  • 2316 Webberville Road Austin, TX, 78702 United States (map)
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The Austin Yellow Bike Project (YBP) 501c(3) is a volunteer-powered initiative to put bicycles on the streets of Austin and Central Texas by operating community bike shops, teaching bike mechanics and maintenance, and acting as a local bike advocacy group. Join Eastside Pop Up for an afternoon of eating, drinking and of course shopping with good friends. 
They will be celebrating Austin's Yellow Bike Project and all they do for our community.
This event is free, family friendly, pet friendly, and all are welcome.  

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May
30
8:30 PM20:30

FREE ANGELA AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL FILM SERIES

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Two documentaries about the history of progressive politics and social justice, by writer and director Shola Lynch, connect to the themes in Jim Hodges’s With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress) and Rodney McMillian’s timely exhibition Against a Civic Death. Click here for ore information. 

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May
31
6:30 PM18:30

MOVERS + MAKERS: One Year Celebration + Panel

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Movers + Makers is turning one! To celebrate, they are throwing a party + panel on May 31st. Join them at REVELRY to enjoy some bubbly as well as sweet treats by Chocolaterie Tessa and Fancy Fluff while meeting fellow creatives and small business owners. They'll then chat with a panel of entrepreneurs about their experiences from the past year in business -- we'll discuss highlights, challenges, and tips for navigating the first year of entrepreneurship and beyond.

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May
31
7:00 PM19:00

Zanny Cox: Artist In Residence Closing Reception

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Join Zanny Cox in celebrating her first artist residency at Nina Berenato Jewelry. Austin based fiber artist Zanny Cox will be at the shop in the Domain Northside on May 31st from 7-9pm. Zanny will discuss her creative process and guide each of you through weaving a tapestry on our community loom. Cocktails by DEEP EDDY VODKA+light bites will be served. They look forward to seeing you there!

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Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

Power Her Potential Women's Expo

  • 525 North Lamar Boulevard Austin, TX, 78703 United States (map)
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Join the Whole Planet Foundation for a day of activities for women and those who love them! Our first annual Power Her Potential Expo features classes, meetups, self-defense demonstrations, jewelry workshops, engaging talks, panels, and more. Ticket sales benefit women entrepreneurs living in poverty through Whole Planet Foundation.

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Jun
2
11:00 AM11:00

Austin Village Midwives Open House

  • 3115 South 1st Street Austin, TX, 78704 United States (map)
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Austin Village Midwives and Axis Chiropractic wellness collaborative invite you to an open house to come hang out with them, check out their space, and get to know the new Village Apothecary!

Stephanie Berry, CPM, LM, Herbalist, and woman behind Village Apothecary, [Herbs for Women's Health] will be mixing summery herbal cocktails so you can get a taste of her tinctures and teas. 

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Jun
2
11:30 AM11:30

Talk About: The Sun

  • 1710 Lavaca Street Austin, TX, 78701 United States (map)
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Held in conjunction with the exhibition, Good Luck with the Sun, join Women + Their Work for a conversation about solar events, timekeeping, and photography with artist Krista Steinke and her musical collaborator + brother, Matt Steinke.

TalkAbout is a program that facilitates conversations with artists and the people who inspire them. This event is free and open to the public.

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Jun
2
12:00 PM12:00

LetUsSurvive Benefit

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This benefit is to raise donations for folx affected by FOSTA/SESTA - new laws implemented this year. And to also raise awareness about the dangerous of these laws. You can read more about FOSTA/SESTA, and who they most affect, at the very bottom of this description.
They are coming together with community organizers, artists, activists and others in solidarity with Sex Workers across the globe. There will be free testing, provided by AIDS Services Austin from 1-5 p.m.

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Jun
2
4:00 PM16:00

Summer Cocktail Workshop

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Join us for a cocktail-filled afternoon at our East Austin studio! In this laid back setting, you will learn how to prepare, measure and mix delicious summer inspired sips with fruits, herbs and quality spirits. We'll cover cocktail basics, like the proper equipment and techniques needed. (Professional bar tools will be provided during the workshop!) Light bites will be served, and you'll take home recipes, a shopping list for bar tools and inspiration for entertaining with family and friends! Click here for more information.
 

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Jun
7
11:00 AM11:00

Shopify Meetup ATX

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For Shopify store-owning bosses! A no-cost problem solving session with a local Shopify development team. If you run a Shopify store, come cowork with Hardage & Hardage. Bring your questions — they’ll put on their thinking caps to work through through whatever design or functionality challenge you may be facing, large or small. All levels of Shopify experience welcome. Seats are limited.

Please RSVP here or contact Lauren directly with questions at lauren@hardage-hardage.com . 

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Jun
10
10:00 AM10:00

Lit-Yoga | Black Pride Edition

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Austin Black Pride is teaming up with native Austinite and yogi extraordinaire Tierra Fisher of Taste.Yoga! This Yoga Basics class will focus on the framework of your yoga postures/asanas, yogic philosophy, and dip into a bit of breathwork. In this class, we will work on flow, a fair dose of healthy alignment, and having fun to an upbeat playlist! We will create focus and clarity in the body, mind, and spirit. Click here for more information. 

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Jun
13
9:30 AM09:30

Design Thinking for HR and People Leaders - ATX

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Join Coreisma Consulting for a one day workshop to learn the methodology behind design thinking (such as empathy and ideation), so you can start to transform how your team supports your organization. Attendees will learn how some of the biggest organizations like Airbnb, Apple, and Pixar use design thinking to put their “users”—a.k.a. their employees—in the center of their creations to make services and products that delight their customers and engage their teams. Tickets are available for $350-$525.

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Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

HERDacity Presents: Diversity and Inclusion: The Female Perspective

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HERdacity is excited to present a panel of leading experts challenging the current state of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Panelists will discuss the importance of diversity & inclusion, its challenges, and recommended solutions, all from a female perspective.
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Jun
15
to Jun 18

Getting Unstuck, 2-Day Retreat

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Getting Unstuck is an exploration of the noise that surrounds us and comes from within us. It's a journey into your own self to find out what is keeping you from being fully present and engaged. Explore your awareness to tap into your inner power to reframe automatic thinking that can hold you back from experiencing empathy for others and yourself. Click here for more information. 

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Jun
19
6:30 PM18:30

Best Money Class Ever

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The Finance Plan’s, Best Money Class Ever is a 4-week class about money. You’ll learn how to get out of debt, invest, save for a rainy day, and plan for the fun things in life like buying a car, home, or even going on a once in a lifetime trip.

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Jun
23
9:00 AM09:00

Juneteenth Health Festival 2018

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Juneteenth Health Festival is back for its third year of connecting Black/African American health care providers, healers, academics and advocates with the community through free workshops and community fellowship. For the second year, all workshops will be held at Huston-Tillotson University, one of our premier community sponsors for this FREE event. Click here for more information.

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Jul
20
to Jul 22

New Media Art and Sound Summit

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Church of the Friendly Ghost (COTFG) sought an opportunity to explore music outside of the homogeneous summer-music-festival landscape.With the desire to present their works in an intimate, conversational setting, they commission artists, designers and architects to convert the gallery of our theater into an immersive multimedia installation to nurture contemplation and discussion between sets. By bringing together a myriad of approaches to sound-organization, NMASS is a unique opportunity to experience a constellation of artists in new collaboration.

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Aug
12
12:00 PM12:00

Women's Summit 2018

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Women’s Summit 2018 is about celebrating women in one room. It is a source of inspiration and support that connects and empowers women. Helping them to realize their full potential so that they can reach new heights. Featuring keynote panel discussions, group activities, social hour with live music and conversation. Women’s Summit brings together the voices and insights of a diverse range of females in one room.

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Aug
13
to Aug 18

Wayward Retreat

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Wayward is a women’s retreat intended for artists of all media and disciplines who are pursuing their creative calling with focused intention. Retreaters spend the week on beautiful, remote Quadra Island in British Columbia. Free from cell phones and internet, the artists at Wayward have the quiet time and space they need to dig deep into their art, experiment, explore, and hone their craft.The 2018 Wayward retreat runs from August 13-18. Applications are open until January 31st. Click here for more information.

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May
22
6:00 PM18:00

Girl Talk: Freelance Finances

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Girl Talk: Freelance Finances is for anyone who freelances part-time, full time, or is considering freelancing. Come with questions to ask our freelance experts and finance experts about how to monetize your side hustle! How do you set your rates? What are quarterly taxes? Should you form an LLC? Non traditional work means non traditional finances. These are all questions Bravely answer! This was one of Bravely's most popular events last year, and they are bringing it back to help you get your money right. Tickets are $13.

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May
20
2:00 PM14:00

Youth Rise Texas: Artists and Innovators Showcase

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Youth Rise Texas is a nonprofit organization that works with youth whose parents have been affected by the incarceration and deportation systems. This showcase is an event at the Nepantla gallery where original posters made by youth will be displayed and sold. They will also be showcasing work of youth who are a part of the Youth Rise Fellowship Program. 

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May
19
to May 20

That Time of the Month: Meghan's Birthday Episode

  • 4803 Airport Boulevard Austin, TX, 78751 United States (map)
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That Time of the Month, a women-run late night show, returns to ColdTowne Theater on Saturday, May 19th for Meghan's Birthday Episode! Including standup from Holli Cuomo, improvised commercials from Primas (the ladies of Latinauts), a performance from Katie Stone, & a Strong Female Lead(er) interview with Women's Racket Club founder Mary Kathryn Paynter! $5 ticket includes free giveaways & prizes from sponsor eythink, along with birthday treats & champagne for the audience!

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May
19
1:00 PM13:00

Small Business Legal Seminar: Liability and How to Manage It

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This seminar is the first of a 4 part series specifically designed for the Small Business owner or anyone thinking of starting a small business. This seminar will introduce the legal concept of Liability and the various ways to manage it: through Entity Selection, Taxes, Insurance, and Contracts. This event is free and open to the public. 

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May
18
8:00 AM08:00

Texas Women in Business Conference

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This is a one-day conference for women wanting to reach the next level in their personal and professional life. This interactive conference encourages participants to grow connections by learning together, and will help them build a supportive network of similar career women. There will be speakers, breakout-sessions, workshops, a panel discussion, and coaching programs. Hear from and be inspired by local female leaders who have shaped Austin’s corporate, entrepreneurial, and non-profit worlds.  Learn from women who pushed their limits from Austin throughout the world. Women of all ages and from all types of businesses — corporate, small business, entrepreneur, freelancers — are invited. Tickets start at $115 for TWIB memberes and $145 for non-members. 

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May
17
6:30 PM18:30

Black Behind the Lens

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Six Square features Tia Blount Boyd and Michael Blue Smith in exhibit “Black Behind the Lens” this May. Join these photographers May 17th (6:30 - 9PM) as they discuss exploring the art of the black body. “Black Behind the Lens”, a dynamic perspective on the beauty in vulnerability. Light bites provided by Desire Catering. Exhibit launches May 10th, 2018 and will run through July 28th, 2018. 

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May
14
7:00 PM19:00

Ladies Music Club presents: How to Kickstart Your Business

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Ladies Music Club is excited to host a panel that will actually prepare you for next year’s tax season—because you know it’ll be here before you know it. The panel will discuss: how to legitimize your business; whether to register as a DBA or LLC, what those terms even mean, and which one is most appropriate for you. Our panelists—which includes a local accountant—will also discuss best tips and tricks for tracking expenses and preparing in advance for tax season. This is event is a public event that is open to ANY women-identifying or non-binary people who work within the industry, regardless of experience level. We are committed to creating a safe, inclusive environment—please let us know if there’s anything we can do to better achieve that. Donation suggested at the door.

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May
13
4:00 PM16:00

Mother’s Day House Concert Fundraiser

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Enjoy an intimate performance from the Beat Root Revival duo combining folk, roots, howling blues & classic pop beats. The UK transplants have made Austin their home when not touring with the likes of the Brian Setzer Orchestra or “Nashville” star Jonathan Jackson and his band Enation. Catch them now, before they hit the road opening for the Brian Wilson Pet Sounds Tour. The house concert will raise money for attorney fees associated with the 3901 Brookview case in the Schieffer-Willowbrook neighborhood. The party will have substantial appetizers and delicious homemade sweets. Read more on the case background here.

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May
12
12:00 PM12:00

Nina Berenato Jewelry: Screenprinting 101

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Nina Berenato Jewelry offers classes every Saturday and Sunday and would love for you to sign up. The space is also available for corporate events, bachelorette parties, events for children and BEYOND! If you have an idea, our roster of over 20 teachers of various disciplines will make your DIY dreams come true. Join us for a 3 hour Introduction to screen printing workshop. Learn all you need to know to make your own multi-color prints on paper or fabrics. Pick up the best practices for preparing screens with light sensitive emulsion and techniques for transferring images. Led by local artist Louis Eastman, with 11 years experience and a passion for this medium. Our goal is to have a fun hands-on class which you walk away with a new craft under your belt and some original art prints that the class collaborates on! All material will be provided, Just bring your creativity. Tickets are $60.

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May
12
12:00 PM12:00

Hotel San José May Pop-Up

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Hotel San José is hosting an early Mother's Day celebration. All businesses at the May Pop-Up are women-owned and will include Dôen, Miranda Bennett Studio, Mother of God Ceramics, Vetiver Skin Studio, Chapter Goods, Slantt, Fibrous, and Magdalene Leather. All vendors are also local besides Dôen. DJ Mike Garrido will be spinning in the courtyard that day as well. 

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May
12
11:30 AM11:30

Working the Floor: Pop, Lock, and Drop It

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Working the Floor: Pop, Lock, and Drop It is a pop music based dance class that is for performers that want to get in touch with different areas of music, increase confidence while moving on the floor, and gain a greater understanding of both writing + learning choreography. The two main focuses of this class (besides fun) are applied musicality and execution. This class is meant to give aspiring and active performers a chance to understand what it means to feel the music with their bodies without the pressure of having to prepare a number for performance. Additional class goals include performer empowerment, confidence in routine execution, high-intensity cardio, and an ideal small setting for performers to test new music + movement styles. Tickets are $40.

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May
12
to May 20

Women of WEST - Art Showcase

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The Women of WEST have five incredible female artists showing at Julie Ahmad's in the Bouldin Creek neighborhood.

Stop by to enjoy some snacks and drinks while you peruse their artwork! They will have snacks and treats provided by Thai Fresh and Bunny's Cake Shop; and some delicious drinks provided by Dulce Vida Tequila, Big Swig Sparkling Water, Chameleon Cold Brew, HEYDAY Cold Brew Coffee, and Big Easy Bucha. 

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May
10
7:00 PM19:00

Enchanted Forests by Blake Shanley

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Enchanted Forests, a series of paintings,  is an exploration and expression of imagination, reflection, light, color, water, energy, nature and surreal forests that have been touched by a bit of magic by Blake Shanley. Blake Shanley is the Owner and Founder of
Tiny Taiga, a choose-your-own-adventure health and wellness shoppe on E. 11th Street, and aMuse.theProgram, holistic health consultations and biofeedback energy readings. This event is free and open to the public. 

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May
9
6:00 PM18:00

11TH Annual Farm to Plate

  • 10463 Sprinkle Road Austin, TX, 78754 United States (map)
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We are pleased to announce our 11th Annual Farm to Plate fundraising event will be held on Wednesday, May 9th from at Barr Mansion, with an exclusive VIP hour held from 6 pm-7 pm! Join us and Austin's most acclaimed local chefs as we celebrate the bounty of Central Texas. All proceeds from Farm to Plate benefit our programs that support our local, sustainable food system and increase access to healthy, affordable food for everyone in Central Texas. Click here for more information.

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May
6
8:00 PM20:00

Spicy Twerk Yoga

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Yoga and Twerking? Sounds like balance!. Become fluid with Michaela and join her in this beautiful combination. She will be teaching beginners yoga and beginners twerk while combining the two. Twerking and yoga are both practices to help us reach enlightenment and connect us to our higher self. Please join her and don’t forget your yoga mat! Wear something comfortable that you can move and shake in. Tickets cost $10. 

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May
6
2:00 PM14:00

Nina Berenato Jewelry: Make a Nameplate Necklace for KIDS!

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Nina Berenato Jewelry offers classes every Saturday and Sunday and would love for you to sign up. The space is also available for corporate events, bachelorette parties, events for children and BEYOND! If you have an idea, our roster of over 20 teachers of various disciplines will make your DIY dreams come true. For children ages 3-10, this class allows your child to create their own nameplate necklace with their name, pets name, favorite food... ANYTHING! Children are able to use tools like a hammer and stamps. Parental supervision is required. Tickets are $40. 

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May
5
7:00 PM19:00

The Dude Ranch Presents - Quickie

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An exhibition featuring artwork by Tessa Rappa, Emily Lee, Sasha Fishman, Dana Suleymanova, and Shanie Tomassini, spanning a variety of media, from sculpture, to video, to painting. Each artist's distinct body of work intersects within a single domestic setting, allowing for a renewed interpretation of what it means for females to fill space. From the whimsical to the mundane, these artists investigate form, scale, and materiality of objects in order to begin to understand the ways these things build up the worlds we occupy. Click here for more information. 

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May
5
12:00 PM12:00

Nina Berenato Jewelry: Make Your Own Stud Earrings

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Nina Berenato Jewelry offers classes every Saturday and Sunday and would love for you to sign up. The space is also available for corporate events, bachelorette parties, events for children and BEYOND! If you have an idea, our roster of over 20 teachers of various disciplines will make your DIY dreams come true. Learn the basics of metalsmithing from Nina while creating a pair of stud earrings of your own design. You will learn hand forming, annealing, and soldering while using your imagination to fabricate the earrings of your dreams. Tickets are $70

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May
4
9:00 PM21:00

Jazz Kween Presents: What My Mama Gave Me

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A night of jazz and comedy. Self Identifying women tell stories and croon about their mamas, their mama's mamas, or what it means to 'preciate what their mama gave 'em! Featuring live music, a Mother's Day card making station, a photo booth straight out of your grandma's living room, and of course, rosé on tap. Click here for more information. 

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May
4
7:00 PM19:00

Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band

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Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band examines the life and music of a renowned jazz pianist, composer and arranger who has remained largely unknown. Explore her fight to claim an identity in the music world while paving the way for many women who followed her. Prior to the feature film will be two episodes of the series Austin While Black from Doyin Oyeniyi and Evelyn Ngugi. Arrive early at 6 pm for a welcome reception with a cash bar and free drink samples, and stick around after the feature film for a Q&A with musician and educator Akina Adderley. Click here for more information. 

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May
4
9:00 AM09:00

Black Women’s Voices in the Age of #MeToo

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Black Women’s Voices in the Age of #MeToo is an international symposium addressing the unique and complex challenges Black women face with multiple forms of violence--from intimate to state--in our global world. A product of the collaborative efforts of the “Black Women and Violence” research initiative, this symposium seeks to support an open campus-wide dialogue that promotes mental health, social justice, and interpersonal violence prevention.  Click here for more information. 
 

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May
3
8:00 PM20:00

The Coven: Austin's First Woman-Only Stand Up Open Mic Night

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The Coven is an open mic night at The Fallout theater that only presents female performers. On the first Thursday of each month, The Coven hosts an open mic night. There will be a featured comic presented at the end of the show. Tickets are $5 and it's BYOB. 

Click here for more information or email thecovenatx@gmail.com. 

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May
3
6:00 PM18:00

Free Workshop: Smudge Sticks

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This is the Original Smudge Stick Workshop and Art & Soul Design's most popular workshop offering. Learn about burning herbs for ritual and energy clearing. Create your own custom smudge stick with fresh herbs and flowers. The creation process takes about 20 minutes. Free herbs and upgrade options available ranging from $1-$5. Activities available while you wait and free cider by Austin Eastciders while it lasts. 

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May
2
6:00 PM18:00

Taste of Mexico 2018

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The Mexic-Arte Museum is dedicated to cultural enrichment and education through the collection, preservation and presentation of traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latino, and Latin American art and culture to promote dialogue and develop understanding for visitors of all ages. Taste of Mexico celebrates the artistry and culinary arts of Austin and Mexico. This culturally conscious and historical celebration of Cinco de Mayo invites guests to generously sample creative cuisines from over 50 of Austin’s most eclectic and exciting restaurants, food trucks, and beverage purveyors. Alongside fine tequilas and mezcales, this year’s Taste of Mexico will explore indigenous elements in Mexican cuisine. 

Tickets cost $50 for Museum Members and $60 for General Admission .VIP Access is $75. VIP entry will begin at 5:30PM. Parking is available at the 301 Congress Garage for $5 (credit card only, enter 314 Brazos St.) or Frost Bank Tower Parking Garage for $10 (enter through 4th St).

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Apr
30
to May 1

Mister/Miss Austin Pride Pageant

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The 2018 Mister and Miss Austin PRIDE Pageant will be held Wednesday, May 30th, 2018, at Oil Can Harry's, and brings contestants the unique opportunity to represent Austin PRIDE and Austin’s diverse LGBTQIA+ community at various outreach events for a period of one year including, but not limited to, performing in front of thousands of attendees on the Main Stage at the Austin PRIDE Festival and being furnished with a spot on the Austin PRIDE float in the Austin PRIDE Parade. Click here for more information. 

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Apr
30
to May 5

National Small Business Week: Build Your Business & Life Design in Sync

  • Austin Public Library (Manchaca Road Branch) (map)
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Delve into business and life design. Learn how to further identify the clientele you want to work with more professionally, collaborating with business professionals, working toward your natural gifts and talents, and more. Sherry Lowry, MCC, MS, MA, is a lifetime, serial entrepreneur, with seven previous businesses spanning five decades. Lowry is a full-time, professional business mentor and a collaboration and alliance coach. This event is free and open to the public. 

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Apr
29
1:00 PM13:00

2nd annual Love Yourself - Mind, Body, and Soul Event

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YWA will be hosting it’s 2nd Annual Love Yourself - Mind, Body and Soul Event. This event will focus on empowering young, professional women to continue to thrive within their given industry. As an organization, YWA prides itself in providing support, guidance and mentorship to women of the Austin community. This event will be open to the public so invite all the women in your life to attend. Click here for more information. 

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Apr
28
to Apr 29

HER Austin Launch Party: Spring Honey Party

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HER is officially launching in ATX and we are going big! Come party with HER at Ironwood Hall and ring in the Spring gettin' buzzed up with the local ATX honey. We're starting off the night with a sweet meet and greet with your HER ATX team who are working to bring this community together for fabulous parties and events. Small bites and honey sticks for the first 50 people in the door, along with a hosted bar from 7:00 - 9:00. Click here for more information. 

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