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.
With 52 acts in three days, this festival was stacked with an unmatched array of talent in comedy music and film. Thanks to you, #wedidthat.
Two weeks into the 2017 special session and the Texas legislature is on their way to addressing the 20 items set forward by Governor Greg Abbott, including several that very specifically affect Texas women. The Senate, moving at a quick clip, has already passed four anti-abortion bills to the House’s one.
When Aceable, a mobile certification and training platform, reached out about becoming one of our SHE TALKS sponsors, we were first thankful for their support of our mission and then delighted when we found out they were committed to participating in the series as a hands-on partner and collaborator.
On July 13 at Byron & Blue, we hosted the first event in our three-part summer installation of SHE TALKS with Aceable. There will be two more sessions in this series; stay tuned!
Roshi's pieces will be on display at the Elisabet Ney Museum through July 18. The next two artists in this series are ceramicist and sculptor Angel Oloshove (July 20) and illustrator and designer Neta Bomani (August 10).
Every year in the month of June, PRIDE is held to recognize the impact that LGBTQIA* individuals have had on local, national and international history and culture. The event is a time to commemorate the progress that has been made in redefining what "normal" looks and loves like while also coming together to honor the truths of the work still ahead.
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.