Lisa Olstein & Julie Carr | Book Launch

A book launch celebration for Lisa Olstein’s Late Empire and Julie Carr’s Objects from a Borrowed Confession. Lisa Olstein is the author of three previous poetry collections: RADIO CRACKLING, RADIO… Read More »

Jardine Libaire & Phyllis B. Dooney

Join us for a reading, presentation, and book signing of Gravity Is Stronger Here. Award-winning photographer Phyllis B. Dooney and critically acclaimed writer Jardine Libaire will present their creative nonfiction montage… Read More »

Converse: Real Talk – A Spoken Word Poetry Jam

Join us for a night of inspiring and moving performances featuring Kelene Blake-Fallon, Sade Jones, Shanitra Harris, Marzai Sadler, and Sunni Soper. Reacting to the themes presented in Ann Johnson’s Converse: Real Talk, performance artists will… Read More »

Arcadian Jam

  Artist Yuliya Lanina will spoke about her exhibit, Arcadian Rhapsody. Lisa Olstein read her poetry. Kathryn Findlen (mezzo soprano) and Charlie Magnone (piano) performed Lascivious Love Songs, music by… Read More »

New Work: Performances

  Women and Their Work is proud to present and bring together four outstanding artists, Guggenheim Fellow Wura-Natasha Ogunji, The Austin Project’s Florinda Bryant, Ballet East’s Sadé M. Jones and… Read More »

Book Signing: Mary Karr

“Spitfire”, “devotedly irreverent”, and “elegantly devastating” are just some of the phrases used to describe poet and memoirist Mary Karr. In person or on the page, Karr is undeniably distilled.… Read More »

Tracie Leeds Storie

Women & Their Work presented Austin artist Tracie Leeds Storie in a solo exhibition of multi-layered, multi-dimensional handkerchief paintings. Using words and visual poems, Storie explored traditional and non-traditional relationships,… Read More »

Jo Harvey Allen

Performance art incorporating comedy, drama, and poetry from her books and plays. Joined January 24th by artist/musician Terry Allen. Co-presented with Black Arts Alliance, Dance Umbrella, Laguna Gloria Art Museum,… Read More »

Jane Creighton, Aurora Morales, and Angelita Reyes

Performance and original prose and poetry recitations. Featured Latin American folk music by Toqui Amaru and the Phoenix Dance Theater. Co-sponsored with the Southwest Graduate Student Comparative Literature Conference.