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.
A collaboration between #BBATX, Unbounded Agency and Space 24 Twenty, Portraits of Pride was an open happy hour on August 8 meant to capture visual expressions and celebrate queer history.
In this session, #bbatx programming committee member Keisha Gillis was joined by a panel of community members to discuss racial representation, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The talk addressed concerns brought up in our Diversity and Inclusion Survey, as well as our first event in this summer series, SHE TALKS: Tearing Down Tokenism.
Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection, currently on view at the Blanton Museum of Art, features the work of over 65 indigenous Australian artists spanning approximately 1966 to 2010.
At our last community meet-up in Austin, Texas, we asked 'Where are you finding the good in your life right now?' You answered by telling us about the good you find in yourselves, in others, in trying new things and even in Austin.
Cindy Popp is a performance artist and concept photographer, occupying our URL IRL residency in June and July of 2018. For her residency, Cindy Popp will debut an exhibit at the Elisabet Ney Museum on August 9 (as part of our Meet Her Hands series), as well as create work for our ongoing DJ and digital art pop-up at Native Hostels (her work will be featured on July 5). In this piece, she discusses her personal influences and her process.
In this session, we gathered experts and community members invested in diversity and inclusion to discuss the lack of representation for women of color and identify solutions and strategies for creating inclusive spaces. How can we—as community members, as women who work in various industries—prioritize and uplift diverse voices? What’s the hold up?
Last Wednesday on May 9, we joined forces with the Survivor Justice Project to discuss the aftermath of #metoo.