When it was founded in 1978, Women & Their Work (W&TW) based its activities on two areas emphasized by its name: that creating art is a working profession for which people ought to be paid, and that women create it too. Thirty years later, W&TW stands by its founding principles.


5 Responses to About

  1. suzanne stein says:

    Hi….I am new to Austin and looking for life drawing. Yours sounds great!…when are you meeting again in July? Thanks….Suzanne

  2. Rebecca says:

    Hi, Just wanted to let you know about our new artist website, artabase.


  3. Joan Fabian says:

    Hi Chris and everyone at WTW!
    Your gallery is the best! I support what you all do 100 percent!
    Love this blog.
    See you soon when I am in Austin.

  4. Javier Bonafont says:

    Hi, I’m wondering if you can put me in touch with any graffitti artists? Also, I know you had a show with Matthew Rodriguez in it some time ago, do you have any contact information for him? I had an email but it seems to be no good anymore. thanks for any help.

    • Rachel Koper says:


      Matthew was super sweet and donated to our Red Hot Red Dot fundraiser last year. He will be in this year’s auction as well, Sept. 17th, 6-9pm, 2009, Save the Date for Red Hot Red Dot, tickets are online for $75 each at http://womenandtheirwork.org. try reaching matthew on his blog http://circusgold.com or at doublecouponday (at)gmail.com. He just had a show in Hong Kong.

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