The VoxFem Network will create (at no charge) virtual venues, original media, events, and connections featuring outstanding women singer-songwriters, composers,
visual artists, filmmakers, authors, thespians, and changemakers from every nation and occupied territory on Earth.
We center, support, amplify and promote non-dominant voices, thought, and culture. Under the auspices of 501C3 Red Salmon Arts, VoxFem is funded in part by the Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation, Resist.org, and individual donors. To explore the worlds of VoxFem Network, browse this site and subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/voxfem.
VoxFem Network centers:
excellence, first and foremost
BIPOC, 2SLGBTQIA, and women with disabilities
languages other than English
We are a multi-platform stage for events
a gathering place and archive
that is a home
where the world-changing
music, poetry, film, art, vision, global health & activism
is experienced, featured, followed, and honored
within a rich, historical context
We translate, most of the time.
Sometimes it's good
to just sit in the presence of other languages.
For accessibility, we provide:
ASL interpretation for live events
Captions in video podcasts for hearing-impaired audiences
Transcripts for audio podcasts for hearing-impaired audiences
Audio descriptions of visual content for visually impaired audiences
See one of our venues, Luce Centre for Deaf Arts for more events and resources.
We use our social media pages
to share our original content
to amplify the work of kindred artists and organizations
and to link the artists with each other.
To suggest an artist or changemaker, please contact us.
Hello from us:
Co-Host, VoxFem Xicanindia
Director, Red Salmon Arts
Lecturer, Dept. of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies, UT Austin.
Executive Director of Red Salmon Arts.
Recipient of the USLDH-Mellon Foundation grant for digital scholarship.
Jenny Blake is the oldest child of Deaf parents and was born and raised in Hawaii. She is Chinese, Hawaiian, and Caucasian, being raised in a mixture of Deaf, Asian and Hawaiian cultures. She identifies as queer, BIPOC/AAPI and has been a professional ASL interpreter since 1998.