Gloria Anzaldua
“By focusing on what we want to happen, we change the present. The healing images and narratives we imagine will eventually materialize.”

The Gallery of Great Texas Women

Forward by the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio

Forward by the Division of Housing and Food Service

Tour the Gallery

Hours Open to Public
8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Daily
Closed during UT holidays and breaks
Call for specific days and times 512-471-1767
Free Admission

Location
The University of Texas at Austin
Kinsolving Residence Hall
2605 Whitis Avenue
Austin TX 78705


Parking
27th Street Garage 109 27th Street
Speedway Garage 105 27th Street


Great Texas Women
Christia V Daniels Adair - Teacher and Activist
Suzanne Ahn - Neurologist and Activist
Consuelo “Chelo” Gonzalez Amezcua - Artist
Jessie Andrews - Scholar and Poet
Angelina - Translator
Gloria Anzaldua - Author and Activist
Mollie Bailey - Circus Owner
Annie Webb Blanton - Teacher and Politician
Mary Bonner - Artist
Margaret Heffernan Borland - Independent Rancher
Maria del Carmen Calvillo - Rancher
Kalpana Chawla - Astronaut
Mother Madeleine Chollet - First Superior General
Maud Cuney-Hare - Musician, Author, and Playwright
“Arizona” Juanita Dranes - Gospel Musician
Clara Driscoll - Philanthropist and Author
Almetris Marsh Duren - Mentor and Advisor
Catherine Munson Foster - Author and Storyteller
Marsha Gomez - Sculptor
Bette Graham - Inventor and Businesswomen
Oveta Culp Hobby - Journalist and Philanthropist
Ima Hogg - Philanthropist
Jovita Idar - Journalist and Teacher
Claudia Alva Taylor “Lady Bird” Johnson - First Lady
Lizzie Johnson (Williams) - Cattle Baroness
Janis Joplin - Singer
Barbara Jordan - Politician
Henrietta King - Rancher
Olga Bernstein Kohlberg - Activist and Civic Leader
Ninfa Laurenzo - Restaurateur
Jane Long - “Mother of Texas”
Jane Y. McCallum - Suffragist, Politician, and Author
Martha McWhirter - Women’s Advocate
Adah Isaacs Menken - Actress
Carrie Marcus Neiman - Businesswomen
Elisabet Ney - Sculptor
Lucy Parsons - Labor Organizer
Anna Pennybacker - Teacher, Author, and Activist
Selena Quintanilla Perez - Singer
Katherine Anne Porter - Author
Ann Richards - Governor
Katherine Stinson - Pilot
Marjorie Stinson - Pilot and Instructor
Emma Tenayuca - Labor Leader
Leonor Villegas de Magnon - Author
Elise Waerenskjold - Author and Journalist
“Babe” Didrikson Zaharias - Athlete