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#bossbabesATX December '18 Community Meet-Up

  • Austin School of Film 2200 Tillery St Austin, TX 78723 USA (map)


DECEMBER 12 FROM 6:30 TO 9:30 PM


On December 12, we’ll host our last community meet-up of 2018, amplifying women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers in Austin, Texas.

On top of our 25+ community announcements (submissions now open), come through to hear three stories of resilience from women leaders living and working in Austin, Texas. 〰️As always, this meet-up will feature a selection of local vendors and opportunities to mingle. It’ll also serve as a moment to recognize and honor #bossbabesATX’s 2018 Babes of the Year (yes!).

All people and professions welcome.


RESILIENCE (n.): the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.

We are creative risk-takers. Strong and capable decision-makers. Bold and powerful makers. Which means we bounce back. We push forward. And when we fail, we try again.

From our announcements to our speakers, this meet-up will explore our Winter ‘18/’19 programming theme: resilience.


Babe Announcements
At every meet, we get 30 attendees on the mic to give a one-minute spiel on the creative, entrepreneurial or cause-related ventures. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a creative, a side hustler or an artist, this announcement space is a chance for you to engage with your community face-to-face. Submit your announcement here.

Our December topic question
This month's topic question is "What makes you resilient?" Anonymous answers will be collected during the meet and later shared on our blog.

#bossbabesATX photo booth
Visit this portrait station for a commemorative snap. Artist to be announced.

Set by DJ Kay Cali
DJ Kay Cali is a multi-genre DJ, spinning vinyl in Austin, Texas.

During the meet, we'll play Babe Bingo, one of our favorite icebreakers. First to fill out their bingo card wins a #bossbabesATX tee!

Limited edition #bossbabesATX tees
Support Women Artists, Babe AF, Texan Feminist and Life's a Spectrum, Baby tees will be available for $20. All purchases support the continuation of our programming.


To be announced.


The Birds and the Bees Vintage
A collection of vintage clothing, home decor, linens and other items, Shannon pops up with The Birds and the Bees Vintage across Texas.

HANNAH M FENVES: designer + illustrator
Illustrating mini cities, designer Hannah M. Fenves creates cards, pins and other goodies.

Little Green Press ATX
Little Green Press ATX is a small artisan business based in Austin, TX.

Guerra Girl
Jessica Jill Guerra is a Houston-based printmaker and designer, guided by an early love of woodcuts and nature, with romantic energy emanating from her velvety florals, textiles, and inky impressions.

Pure Harmony
Pure Harmony is a local Austin company specializing and selling Doterra essential oils, as well as handmade skin care products such as tooth powder, oil pulls. and a Hemp line.

Irides Boutique
Based in Austin, Texas, Irides Boutique is an online jewelry store and online boutique carrying handcrafted goods from small-scale designers.

Creative Action (featured community organization)
Creative Action is a nonprofit, arts-based youth development organization that provides creative learning programs for Central Texas youth.


Online pre-sale RSVPs are $8 and $15 tickets will be available at the door.
*All proceeds are contributed toward our nonprofit and the event’s production costs. 


About #bossbabesATX: Through event series, showcases and personal/professional development programs, we amplify and connect women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers. Our event series, showcases, strategic collaborations and professional development programs provide a platform of visibility, outreach and financial opportunity to 1000+ emerging women and nonbinary creatives, entrepreneurs and organizers per year. On top of that goodness, the public-at-large is invited to participate and learn more about how gender inequality affects their daily lives. More than 10,000+ community members annually attend our showcases, markets and dialogues—and in the last three years, our programs generated an additional $1million for the Austin economy.

This production has been made possible in part by presenting partners Resplendent Hospitality.