Best of Austin More 2015 Critics Arts & Culture Best Musica in Motion: El Acordeonista Luis Best Off-the-Grid Artist: Terry Tunes Best Return of a Literary Icon: Pat Littledog Best Street Photographer on Sixth: Jeff Vaillancourt Best Unsung Film Scene Force: Gary Bond Best Throwback Photography: Lumiere Tintype Best Artistic Effort to Keep African-Americans Austinites: Spectrum Theatre Company Best Zen Inducing Art Installation: The Color Inside: A Skyspace by James Turrell Best Author Reading: Andrew Hilbert Best New Public Sculpture: Monochrome for Austin Best Guardians & Nurturers of Pride: Paul Huddleston, Nathan Garcia, and the Austin Pride Foundation Most Anticipated Shipwreck: La Belle Best Reason to Raise Your Voice: LOLA Austin Best Composer off the Beaten Track: Steve Parker

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Best Bossy Babes: #BossBabesATX

After discovering that women often avoid collaborating with each other, Jane Claire, Ashlee Jordan, and Leslie Lozano founded #BossBabesATX to give local creative women a space to learn, connect, and empower each other. Despite only having a handful of meets and workshops so far, the events are selling out fast, proving that the need for a paradigm shift is fierce. Their events will leave you feeling inspired, moved, and equipped to go out and create. They aim to “turn Austin into the kind of city a woman can call home – a-take-off-her-bra-let-down-her-hair-brew-some-coffee-invite-the-crew-spin-some-vinyl-and-throw-herself-into-work kind of home.” Yes, bisssh!


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