Curated experiences just for you. Produced by The Cathedral Team, these events are open to the public year-round. Experience the magic of East Austin trough visual art, dance, music, food, and more!

The Cathedral events help support local artists, musicians, women-owned businesses and Organizations with a focus on equality and human rights. 



May Open House ft. Steph Ivelisse

FRIDAY, MAY 27 | 7 - 10PM

 Join us for a special night of live music  and an art exhibit highlighting Austin's top women talent at our monthly Open House series.

Shop art, dance to performances by Honey Son, enjoy complimentary drinks, and support the local women shaping Austin's art + music space! A portion of proceeds will be donated to Asian Family Support Services of Austin.

Experience Austin's largest local women artist collective, atxGALS, in a one-of-a-kind setting to shop over 200+ original works by Austin's emerging women artists and thousands of prints.

Works from the collective include abstract, figurative, landscape, mixed media, collage, watercolor, etc. leaving something for everyone to love.


About the featured artist:

Steph is a calligrapher and artist locally based in Austin, TX but serving

She started calligraphy as a hobby and slowly became captivated by it. After 3 weeks of practicing every day, she decided to open a business. Ivelisse Designs was created as a way to allow Steph to live more creatively. Steph’s main goal is to create meaningful pieces for every couple, home and individual who values authenticity.

On any given day, you’ll probably find Steph tending to her plant babies, loving on her fur pup or creating for fun all while sippin’ on some good coffee and listening to a personal growth podcast. Her interests are forever growing along with her curiosity and her art.

Find her on Instagram as ivelissedesigns



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Because of the nature of our services and products, all event tickets are final sale and no refunds will be issued unless the event is cancelled or postponed.

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