Happenings

Here's what we've got coming up.

A racoon waving hello

Upcoming events:

  • Sunday, February 16
    6 PM8 PM
    Austin Jacobin reading group

    The Jacobin reading group leftists together to discuss socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment. You won’t have to pay dues or conduct secret rituals, but the groups are valuable intellectual and social spaces that cut across organizational boundaries. We will primarily be discussing articles from Jacobin magazine, but also political books that interest us.

  • Wednesday, February 19
    7 PM9 PM
    ATX Interfaces: Showcase & Open Mic

    ATX Interfaces is an Artist Showcase and Open Mic that centers POC, queer, trans, GNC, disabled, women, and otherwise marginalized writers and musicians every 3rd Wednesday from 7-9pm. For general questions/comments or inquires about featuring or otherwise, please email atxinterfaces@gmail.com.

  • Friday, February 21
    6 PM8 PM
    LETS Volunteer Orientation

  • Sunday, February 23
    7 PM9 PM
    ABC Collective Meeting

    Collective meeting of the Austin Anarchist Black Cross

  • Monday, February 24
    7 PM9 PM
    Anarchist Study Group

    A group of mostly anarchists reading mostly anarchist things. For more info: http://astudygroup.wordpress.com/

  • Tuesday, February 25
    6 PM9 PM
    Draw for Fun

    From 6-9p we will be doodling, coloring, tracing, sketching, inking, collaborating, whatever you choose! BYO favorite art supplies for yourself or a friend if you can. DFF will also provide a range of materials and media for use, mostly sourced through Austin Creative Reuse.

    Non-alcoholic bevs and snacks are permitted. In keeping with the ethos of access, there is no tolerance for racist, transphobic, misogynist or homophobic nonsense. We are here to create a comfortable environment where all can foster creative energies that we put to our own purposes, not for work, to accomplish nothing in particular.

    Making art can be a solitary activity, but it doesn't have to be. Join us for the inaugural Draw Jam @ Monkeywrench, what I hope will be the first of many. Together, we have more art supplies! Draw for Fun is an assemblage committed to bringing free art events to the public.

  • Sunday, March 1
    6 PM8 PM
    Austin Jacobin reading group

    The Jacobin reading group leftists together to discuss socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment. You won’t have to pay dues or conduct secret rituals, but the groups are valuable intellectual and social spaces that cut across organizational boundaries. We will primarily be discussing articles from Jacobin magazine, but also political books that interest us.

  • Friday, March 6
    6 PM8 PM
    What to do instead of calling the police

  • Sunday, March 8
    2 PM5 PM
    Austin Zine Friends Group

    Attention zine makers! You’re invited to join other area zinesters for a monthly afternoon of making and fellowship! This is an all-ages, come-and-go event. Some supplies & snacks will be provided, but feel free to bring your own refreshments!

  • Sunday, March 8
    7 PM9 PM
    ABC Collective Meeting

    Collective meeting of the Austin Anarchist Black Cross

  • Monday, March 9
    7 PM9 PM
    Anarchist Study Group

    A group of mostly anarchists reading mostly anarchist things. For more info: http://astudygroup.wordpress.com/

  • Wednesday, March 11
    7 PM9 PM
    Sana Sana Chapbook + EP Release Show

    An evening of spoken word poetry and musical performances celebrating Ariana Brown’s new chapbook and EP, featuring Chucky Blk, Jesus Valles, and BLakchyl. Food by Niella Catering.

  • Sunday, March 15
    6 PM8 PM
    Austin Jacobin reading group

    The Jacobin reading group leftists together to discuss socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment. You won’t have to pay dues or conduct secret rituals, but the groups are valuable intellectual and social spaces that cut across organizational boundaries. We will primarily be discussing articles from Jacobin magazine, but also political books that interest us.

  • Tuesday, March 17
    7 PM9 PM
    Dan Denvir

  • Wednesday, March 18
    7 PM9 PM
    ATX Interfaces: Showcase & Open Mic

    ATX Interfaces is an Artist Showcase and Open Mic that centers POC, queer, trans, GNC, disabled, women, and otherwise marginalized writers and musicians every 3rd Wednesday from 7-9pm. For general questions/comments or inquires about featuring or otherwise, please email atxinterfaces@gmail.com.

  • Sunday, March 22
    7 PM9 PM
    ABC Collective Meeting

    Collective meeting of the Austin Anarchist Black Cross

  • Monday, March 23
    7 PM9 PM
    Anarchist Study Group

    A group of mostly anarchists reading mostly anarchist things. For more info: http://astudygroup.wordpress.com/

  • Tuesday, March 24
    6 PM9 PM
    Draw for Fun

    From 6-9p we will be doodling, coloring, tracing, sketching, inking, collaborating, whatever you choose! BYO favorite art supplies for yourself or a friend if you can. DFF will also provide a range of materials and media for use, mostly sourced through Austin Creative Reuse.

    Non-alcoholic bevs and snacks are permitted. In keeping with the ethos of access, there is no tolerance for racist, transphobic, misogynist or homophobic nonsense. We are here to create a comfortable environment where all can foster creative energies that we put to our own purposes, not for work, to accomplish nothing in particular.

    Making art can be a solitary activity, but it doesn't have to be. Join us for the inaugural Draw Jam @ Monkeywrench, what I hope will be the first of many. Together, we have more art supplies! Draw for Fun is an assemblage committed to bringing free art events to the public.

  • Sunday, March 29
    6 PM8 PM
    Austin Jacobin reading group

    The Jacobin reading group leftists together to discuss socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment. You won’t have to pay dues or conduct secret rituals, but the groups are valuable intellectual and social spaces that cut across organizational boundaries. We will primarily be discussing articles from Jacobin magazine, but also political books that interest us.

  • Sunday, April 5
    7 PM9 PM
    ABC Collective Meeting

    Collective meeting of the Austin Anarchist Black Cross

  • Monday, April 6
    7 PM9 PM
    Anarchist Study Group

    A group of mostly anarchists reading mostly anarchist things. For more info: http://astudygroup.wordpress.com/

  • Sunday, April 12
    2 PM5 PM
    Austin Zine Friends Group

    Attention zine makers! You’re invited to join other area zinesters for a monthly afternoon of making and fellowship! This is an all-ages, come-and-go event. Some supplies & snacks will be provided, but feel free to bring your own refreshments!

  • Sunday, April 12
    6 PM8 PM
    Austin Jacobin reading group

    The Jacobin reading group leftists together to discuss socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment. You won’t have to pay dues or conduct secret rituals, but the groups are valuable intellectual and social spaces that cut across organizational boundaries. We will primarily be discussing articles from Jacobin magazine, but also political books that interest us.

  • Wednesday, April 15
    7 PM9 PM
    ATX Interfaces: Showcase & Open Mic

    ATX Interfaces is an Artist Showcase and Open Mic that centers POC, queer, trans, GNC, disabled, women, and otherwise marginalized writers and musicians every 3rd Wednesday from 7-9pm. For general questions/comments or inquires about featuring or otherwise, please email atxinterfaces@gmail.com.

  • Friday, April 17
    6 PM8 PM
    LETS: Suicide Assessment

  • Sunday, April 19
    7 PM9 PM
    ABC Collective Meeting

    Collective meeting of the Austin Anarchist Black Cross

  • Monday, April 20
    7 PM9 PM
    Anarchist Study Group

    A group of mostly anarchists reading mostly anarchist things. For more info: http://astudygroup.wordpress.com/

  • Sunday, April 26
    6 PM8 PM
    Austin Jacobin reading group

    The Jacobin reading group leftists together to discuss socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment. You won’t have to pay dues or conduct secret rituals, but the groups are valuable intellectual and social spaces that cut across organizational boundaries. We will primarily be discussing articles from Jacobin magazine, but also political books that interest us.

  • Tuesday, April 28
    6 PM9 PM
    Draw for Fun

    From 6-9p we will be doodling, coloring, tracing, sketching, inking, collaborating, whatever you choose! BYO favorite art supplies for yourself or a friend if you can. DFF will also provide a range of materials and media for use, mostly sourced through Austin Creative Reuse.

    Non-alcoholic bevs and snacks are permitted. In keeping with the ethos of access, there is no tolerance for racist, transphobic, misogynist or homophobic nonsense. We are here to create a comfortable environment where all can foster creative energies that we put to our own purposes, not for work, to accomplish nothing in particular.

    Making art can be a solitary activity, but it doesn't have to be. Join us for the inaugural Draw Jam @ Monkeywrench, what I hope will be the first of many. Together, we have more art supplies! Draw for Fun is an assemblage committed to bringing free art events to the public.

  • Sunday, May 3
    7 PM9 PM
    ABC Collective Meeting

    Collective meeting of the Austin Anarchist Black Cross

  • Monday, May 4
    7 PM9 PM
    Anarchist Study Group

    A group of mostly anarchists reading mostly anarchist things. For more info: http://astudygroup.wordpress.com/

  • Sunday, May 10
    2 PM5 PM
    Austin Zine Friends Group

    Attention zine makers! You’re invited to join other area zinesters for a monthly afternoon of making and fellowship! This is an all-ages, come-and-go event. Some supplies & snacks will be provided, but feel free to bring your own refreshments!

  • Sunday, May 10
    6 PM8 PM
    Austin Jacobin reading group

    The Jacobin reading group leftists together to discuss socialist ideas in a lively, open, and non-doctrinaire environment. You won’t have to pay dues or conduct secret rituals, but the groups are valuable intellectual and social spaces that cut across organizational boundaries. We will primarily be discussing articles from Jacobin magazine, but also political books that interest us.