For the last ten years, Executive Director & Founder Laramie Gorbett has been participating in the V-Day Austin movement, most recently in a production of "The Vagina Monologues" held at 29th Street Ballroom on March 9 & 10, 2012. Visit our website as well as our Facebook page to learn about Empower Art's involvement within various Austin communities.
Empower Art is proud to announce its inaugural Art in the Park event on April 21, 2012, at Bartholomew Park. Art in the Park is a free, family-friendly afternoon of interactive art activities, music, games, food and more. More information to come.
June 29th 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Come to a super fun clothing swap party!
Clean out your closet, leave with some great stuff and support a great cause!
Join us for delectable eats, refreshing drinks, and fun, hip new to you clothing all while helping Empower Art and Hope for Children and Women Victims of Violence in Uganda.
Laramie will be representing Empower Art and traveling to Uganda to facilitate workshops dedicated to hope, healing and empowerment through artistic expression. To learn more about this collaboration go to www.empowerart.org and www.hocwug.org
There will be a $10 suggested donation at the door and you will receive a ticket for every item you bring. Extra tickets can be purchased as well.
Hope to see you there!
Silent Auction Donors
ATX Boot Camp
Kelly Dee Tees
Master of Ceremonies Owen Egerton
Piano by Rogger "Ragtime" Lambert
Music by the Jazz Kings
Performance by Fire Spinners and Hoop Dancers
Laramie Gorbett, Executive Director & Founder
Dr. Chris Swanson Austin Radiological Association
Dan Bryant Vertical Inforamation Systems
Robert Boyd & Patricia Winter catering
Art From the Streets