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The Mona Lisa Project

Please join us for a panel and public discussion on the Mona Lisa Project at Women and Their Work. May 27 at 7:00pm Photographer Rino Pizzi and artists Connie Arismendi,… Read More »

Why Then, Why Now

On the eve of the 30th anniversary of Women & Their Work, W&TW will host a vigorous discussion on the state of women artists at the time of the organization’s… Read More »

Juror’s Choice

Women & Their Work was pleased to present Juror’s Choice: 2003 Members Show. Kate Bonansinga, Director of the University Art Galleries, University of El Paso, selected works from Women & Their Work… Read More »

Austin City Lofts: Off Site/On Target

Austin City Lofts hosted Off Site/On Target, an exhibition featuring art selected in cooperation with Women & Their Work. Artworks were by Connie Arismendi, Jill Bedgood, Kate Breakey, Laura Calfee,… Read More »

Juror’s Choice

Opening Reception: Thursday, December 5, 6-9pm Juror Kathryn Davidson, Women & Their Work Associate Director, presented a selection of works from gallery members’ Stella Alesi, Connie Arismendi, Ellen Berman, Isabelle… Read More »

Connie Arismendi

Taking its name from the Spanish word for “passing, fleeting, transient,” and for “a passenger or traveler,” this exhibit dealt with the transitory nature of life. The artist stated, “We… Read More »

Women in Print | Prints from 3M by Contemporary Women Printmakers

Women & Their Work welcomed Women In Print: Prints from 3M by Contemporary Women Printmakers. This diverse exhibition was comprised of one print each from 39 contemporary American artists and… Read More »

Intimate Lives

Curated by Kathy Vargas, Visual Art Director at the Guadalupe Cultural Art Center, the exhibition included work by New York artists Kukuli Velarde, Inverna Lockpez, and Adriana Robles; Austin artists… Read More »

Collage

This new mix of art and space was the premiere exhibition of the new Women & Their Work Gallery at 1137 West Sixth Street. Artists included: Connie Arismendi, Jill Bedgood,… Read More »