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, presented writers Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and Meridel LeSueur reading their work on… 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.

Symposium Series: Women Artists, the Creative and Critical Process

Moderated by: Suzanne Shelton Buckley. Panelists: Shelby Hearon, Deborah Jowitt, Estella Portillo, & Lauren Rabinowitz. Held at Juarez-Lincoln Auditorium.

Symposium Series: Economics and Women’s Art

Panelists: Alta, Barbara Barbat, Jo Lynn Hoffman, & Sharon Watkins. At Juarez-Lincoln Auditorium.

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.