Monthly Archives: April 2008

TONIGHT! Fusebox08 @ WTW

TONIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHT!Tonight, everyone’s favorite power dance trio Little Stolen Moments perform three new dances inspired by Yoon Cho’s exhibit Nothing Lasts Forever, currently on view at Women & Their Work. If you like epic sexy spirit dancing at all … Continue reading

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30 With a Bang

Our 30th anniversary gala was a fête to remember! Just as soon as we recover, we promise to post more party pix. Thank you to Tocquigny for housing us and Cissi’s for feeding us! YUM.

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Chicken Fried Excitement

Let us commence the countdown to our 30th anniversary art gala and benefit party. This Saturday night, we (and we hope you too!) will be ensconced in the top of the Frost tower, sipping Tito’s vodka drinks and goggling at … Continue reading

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From the WTW Vaults: Dance Fashion Edition!

In honor of our thirtieth year, we’ve been sifting through the archives here at Women & Their Work. Once in a while we like to post our fave images from the past–they’re way too good not to share. This week, … Continue reading

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W&TW in Good Life

A 2001 study by the artist Eleanor Dickinson found that although the population of artists in the United States was roughly equal (fifty-three percent men and forty-seven percent women) the number invited to have their work exhibited were still startlingly … Continue reading

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Known Pleasures

Last month’s exhibit at W&TW, Unknown Pleasures, featured the enigmatic sculptural work of Katy Heinlein. Maybe it was the title of the show, or maybe people were titillated by the jolts of pink fabric skimming some of the pieces… …or … Continue reading

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Way to go Margo!

From Board President Kati Hernandez Cowles … Check out this great link to a mention in a NY Times article about a new major work by Margo Sawyer, who serves on WTW’s Community Council.. (Thanks to Mark Holzbach, who caught … Continue reading

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