Red Dot Art Spree
Thurs. Sept. 10, 6-7 & 7-10pm:
20th Annual Red Dot Art Spree - Purchase a ticket
With your support, we will continue to bring the art of our time to Austin audiences and introduce the joy and wonder of art to more than 650 students in underserved schools. Women & Their Work is a one-of-a-kind statewide, nonprofit organization. Presenting more than 50 events a year, we have been featured in Art In America, ArtForum, The New York Times and on National Public Radio, and supported as an exemplary art organization by the Andy Warhol Foundation and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. For over 37 years, we have showcased some of the most engaging, original contemporary art in Texas. We create professional opportunities for artists and provide enriching educational activities for audiences of all ages. Purchase a ticket here.
Abhidnya Ghuge transforms disposable paper plates into large scale sculptures, a visual representation of her own internal transformation after coming to the United States. Ghuge uses woodblocks to print with imagery derived from the henna patterns she knew growing up in India. The patterns and forms incorporated into her designs are part of the same paradigm seen microscopically within the human body, a fact she studied in medical school. Creating structures, Ghuge invites viewers to immerse themselves and experience these physical and spiritual landscapes.