Monthly Archives: December 2008

Let Love Flow Panorama

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Secretary of the Arts – Wouldn’t it be nice?

Hey all of you art lovers! Now that we have Hope for Change in the White House, let’s see if we can’t get America to value the arts again. A Secretary of the Arts would be definitely help us get … Continue reading

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Announcing W&TW’s NWBA Series Artists!

NWBAnolettersThe wait is over! We’ve selected the five artists that will comprise our New Work Bold Artists Series.

A little about the NWBA Series: Starting in 2010, Women & Their Work gallery will hold five solo exhibitions a year. For this new solo series, we asked art professionals across the state to nominate groundbreaking Texas artists. Each artist will receive a stipend for their exhibition, along with the opportunity to work with a specially selected curatorial advisor and a four-color brochure designed for the exhibition. A panel composed of previously exhibited W&TW artists and W&TW staff completed the final selection process and the results are in!

Congratulations Leah DeVun, Kathryn Kelley , Karen Mahaffy, Kia Neill and Virginia Yount!

After the jump, take a sneak peek at artwork from our NWBA artists!

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Why We Do What We Do

From Artnet News: The National Endowment for the Arts has just issued Women Artists: 1990-2005 (the full text is downloadable here), a 17-page study about the status of women in the arts. The title of the report is mildly deceptive, … Continue reading

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Tomorrow Night: Slide Jam!

It’s Slide Jam time again! Make sure to be in the gallery tomorrow, Wednesday December 10, for a digital show-and-tell from four local artists. Lisette Chavez, Angela Fox, Christa Mares, and Rick Mansfield will all show slides of their work, … Continue reading

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Awesome Brinco-inspired shoes by kids

We brought lots of kids through The Activist Impulse for a tour and activity.  We asked students to take a page from Judi Werthein and design their very own custom shoes. As you might expect, the results were amazing. Here … Continue reading

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