Slouching Toward 2000

Women & Their Work announced an exhibition featuring the work of Texas women artists that opened September 24, 1992 in Austin. A statewide tour of this exhibit took place from… Read More »

Rape Symposia

Women & Their Work organized a series of symposia to coincide with the Rape exhibition. All events took place at the Dougherty Arts Center. Symposia topics included: April 11: “The… Read More »

Independent Women

A public symposium on women and filmmaking. Held at the School of Communication Auditorium, University of Texas.

Artistas Indigenas

A national exhibition of contemporary work by 75 Native American and Chicana artists. Co-sponsored in conjunction with a three-day symposium featuring lectures, workshops, demonstrations, and performances in locations around Austin.… Read More »

Women: The Language Lifeline, Part II

WOMEN AND THEIR WORK, in cooperation with the University of Texas Speech Communication Department and Huston-Tillotson College, will present writers Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and Meridel LeSueur reading their work… Read More »

Festival of Contemporary American Poetry

Symposia and public readings featuring Audre Lorde, Marge Piercy, Gary Snyder, May Swensen, Tino Villanueva, & Anne Waldman. Co-sponsored by RGK Foundation and the University of Texas.

Women Artists: Three Portraits

This symposium included writers and critics: Ines Hernandez Tovar, who spoke on Doris Humphrey; and Rosemarie Cutting, who spoke on Doris Lessing. Moderated by Melissa Heild.

Women Artists In Association

The symposium featured artists June Arnold, Basima Bezirigan, Elizabeth Fernea, Howardina Pindell, and Faith Wilding. Moderated by Barbara Krasne.