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Doin’ It On The Road – A Guide For Touring Performing Artists

Are you stymied by contracts and what it takes to tour your work? This free workshop will provide information about opportunities for performing artists who are interested ready and have the capacity… Read More »

Okwui Okpokwasili Fusebox Performance, Artist Talks & Bronx Gothic

Okwui Okpokwasili: Fusebox Waffle Chat Friday, April 8 from noon – 1pm At Women & Their Work, 1710 Lavaca St. Join us for waffles, coffee and a conversation with Okwui… Read More »

The Fluent Body by Sarah Brumgart

  Moving through Life with Grace and Ease AMOA and Women & Their Work are pleased to be co-sponsoring this solo dance performance by Sarah Brumgart at the Laguna Gloria… Read More »

Getting Your Sh*t Together Workshop for Artists

This informative and fun workshop will help you get your sh*t together and give you lots of resources, ideas and strategies for making your way through whatever “art world” you… Read More »

The Third Wave International Women’s Film & Video Festival

This festival was a sponsored project of Women & Their Work and was presented by the Women’s Media Project. Four days of film and video screenings, technical workshops, and discussion… Read More »

Laurie McDonald

Houston-based dancer-videographer conducted a video workshop and held a public screening. Co-sponsored with ACTV at Laguna Gloria Art Museum.

Workshop: Women in Visual Arts

Led by visual artist Linda Stanton and psychologist Barbara Stammer. Designed to assist visual artists in developing a professional, positive posture and increase productivity.

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 »

Pauline Oliveros

Women & Their Work, a multidisciplinary arts organization, presented outstanding contemporary composer and performer Pauline Oliveros, who lectured on her career, her work, and her creative process. Oliveros’ lecture gave… Read More »