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Media by and about women who rearrange molecules

the magical and non-dominant

from known and unknown worlds

innovative singer-songwriters, composers, 

visual artists, filmmakers, authors, thespians, and changemakers

from every nation

and occupied territory on Earth.


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SAN ANTONIO, TX - Join us on Friday, March 31st* for the first sneak preview of our documentary in progress, Rebecca Flores: Under the South Texas Sun!

FREE and open to the community!

7 pm Reception

7:30 Film preview

8:00 Live panel discussion with Rebecca Flores,

Director Laura Varela, and the film's humanities advisors

*As we cherish the lives and health of all the participants and attendees, this event will be held outdoors.

Thank you to Red Salmon Arts and to the sponsors of this historic film in progress: Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation, Rainbow Lizards GatHERings, Humanities Texas,, City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture, and small donors like you! To get your name in the credits, click here.



(Wolf House of the Kaagwaantaan clan
of the
Tlingit nation)
receives 2023
United States
in Writing

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We are OVERJOYED to announce that VoxFem Network featured author, the brilliant Ernestine Shaankaláxt' Hayes (Wolf House of the Kaagwaantaan clan of the Tlingit nation) was just awarded a 2023 United States Artists Fellowship in Writing!

WATCH   her VoxFem Network 2021 Festival reading in an exchange of writings and conversation with two other most extraordinary authors, Mona Susan Power (Standing Rock Sioux nation) and LeAnne Howe (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma). 

*Film festival is a hybrid

event co-sponsored by

University of Texas at Austin

Intro to LGBTQ

Studies Course

& Dr. Jackie Cuevas

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"Niña y Cello

by Chilean artist Liliana Wilson, 2015.

Color pencil and acrylic on paper.

Art on this page by Jean Smith, Available 2022
11 X 14" acrylic on canvas panels


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