Sponsored Projects

Women & Their Work serves as an umbrella for approved artists and groups who apply to granting agencies and foundations that only release funds to 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. Our fiscally sponsored projects may also solicit tax-deductible donations from private individuals and businesses through W&TW.

Please make an online donation to your chosen project using the form below. You will receive a letter acknowledging your gift to Women & Their Work on behalf on the project.



IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK is a performance and sculptural collaboration between Austin artists Jennifer Cumberbatch and Ginger Geyer, held in the stately Neill-Cochran House Museum in Austin, TX. Ginger Geyer’s exhibition of multivalent porcelains come to life with Jennifer Cumberbatch’s storytelling in a four month series of performances illuminating the African-Americans involved in the house’s past.

Ginger Geyer Sculpture

This will be the first time Geyer’s “everyday” trompe l’eoil pieces have been seen extensively in-situ. The hope is to both broaden the audience of the NCHM and to open up dialogue about Austin’s shared history.

www.gingergeyer.com | www.nchmuseum.org

Jennifer Cumberbatch Performances
By reframing the narratives of our lives, and empathetically imaging the lives of those before us, we gain new vision for an inclusive understanding of how we are all connected into the beloved community— then and now.

https://www.facebook.com/JR-Cumberbatch-Productions-142340052443555/ | www.nchmuseum.org

Other Sponsored Projects

Art Talk Austin

Scott David Gordon is a photographer and podcast host and producer. His interviews with local artists and creatives strive to shed light on the lives and work of the individuals and organizations that make up the Austin art community.

The conversations shared on the Austin Art Talk podcast also help to facilitate connections with and empower the community as a whole. Scott David Gordon's photography serves to document these artists and galleries in the same way.



Eye of the Dog Art Center

Eye of the Dog Art Center is an independent, grass roots art center. Our mission is to share the creative experience with others in a supportive environment.

Our Goals:
To provide low cost studio space.
To offer high quality instruction.
To nurture open minds and creative ways of seeing, living, and making.
To make available a network for sharing ideas and resources.
To support creative projects that reinforce community.


Art of The Pot

Art of the Pot is a collective of Austin based potters committed to expanding the reach and understanding of contemporary studio pottery through studio tours, demonstrations, public lectures, plus gallery and museum exhibitions.

Art of the Pot was founded in 2004 as a way to bring some much-needed emphasis and interest to the contemporary pottery scene here in Austin. After 16 years, we are proud to have hosted and shown the works of over 180 nationally and internationally recognized artists in utilitarian clay to the central Texas region.


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