Betelhem Makonnen & Stephanie Concepcion Ramirez

Betelhem Makonnen and Stephanie Concepcion Ramirez’s artistic research converges in the exhibition, the meaning wavers, which explores immigration, transnational identity and the impact of silence on our perception of history.… Read More »

Denise Ramos & Tricia Moreau Sweeney

Two Houston artists, Denise Ramos and Tricia Moreau Sweeney created paintings and photographs for an exhibition titled Artificial Light on view at Women & Their Work through August 3rd. Denise… Read More »

Laura Pickett Calfee

Laura Pickett Calfee’s color photographs in Of A Place were images of interiors of Texas homes that were intimate, unvoyeuristic views of a half dozen homes in Luling, Liberty, Archer, Austin,… Read More »

Vicki Meek

quote ADVICE unquote explored female familial relations in contemporary African American culture and parallel relationships between women in traditional West-African culture. Ms. Meek created challenging installations using found objects, natural… Read More »

Tearsheets: Letters I Didn’t Send Home

Written and performed by Joan Hotchkis In this shocking and often humourous multi-media account of her childhood in a California cattle-ranching dynasty, Joan Hotchkis exposed the racism and sexism beneath… Read More »

The Ties That Bind

Women & Their Work, multi-disciplinary arts organization based in Austin, presented its acclaimed photography exhibition, “The Ties That Bind: Photographers Portray the Family,” at the Bath House Cultural Center in… Read More »