TalkAbout: Printmaking

11:00 am To 12:00 pm

February 2, 2019

February 2, 2019

Women & Their Work

Event Description

Join us for a lively conversation in the gallery about printmaking. TalkAbout is a program that facilitates casual conversations with artists and the people who inspire them. Free & open to the public.


1710 Lavaca St., Austin, TX 78701

Diane Sikes

About the Organizer/Venue

Women & Their Work is a visual and performing arts organization located in Central Austin that serves as a catalyst for contemporary art created by women living and working in Texas and beyond. For 40 years, Women & Their Work has brought groundbreaking art to Austin, with exhibitions, performances, and educational workshops.

Known for its pioneering spirit, embrace of artistic innovation, and commitment to Texas audiences and artists, Women & Their Work’s goal is to enrich the cultural experience for Texans by:

  • Emphasizing the value and excellence of art by women
  • Educating audiences of all ages about contemporary art
  • Equipping artists with financial and technical support
  • Engaging the community through diverse exhibitions, performances and other programs

Admission to the gallery is free. Donations are appreciated.

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