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Tarot @ Power to the People: Session IV

  • Native Hostel 807 East 4th Street Austin, TX, 78702 United States (map)

On June 7, we're hosting Session IV of our monthly residency featuring the work of women-identifying and non binary DJs and visual artists at Native Hostel Austin. 

This session will feature Dj LoloMosaico Experiencia and works by Dom G. Jones. Free and open to the public, no RSVP required. 21+


Session I ft. DJ Kay Cali: March 1, 2018
Session II ft. DJ Jeska: April 5, 2018
Session III ft. DJ Mahealani: May 3, 2018

SESSION IV: June 7, 2018

Sounds - DJ Lolo
DJ Lolo has been cutting her teeth, and the dance floor, as a DJ since 2010. She has opened for the likes of Lizzo, Mark Farina, Xenia Rubinos, and Sammy Bananas, and maintains residencies in Austin, Texas as well as playing in other clubs, bars, and large venues nationally. She is an open format DJ with a style firmly rooted in disco, house, and pop, and these roots continue to inspire her DJ sets and mixing style.

Sounds + Visuals - Mosaico Experiencia
Mosaico Experiencia is an intersectional, transcultural instillation for body memory, ancestral activation, and cathartic release AKA a party.

Visuals - Dom G. Jones
Dom G Jones is a Dallas-based filmmaker. Since writing her first script at age 6, Jones has worked for ID GERMANY and commercial fashion companies. As an artist, Jones regularly collaborates with musician and other filmmakers to push the boundaries of cinema and better represent the voices of women and people of color. Learn more about her in this interview with the Dallas Observer:

SESSION V: July 5, 2018
SESSION VI: August 2, 2018
SESSION VII: September 6, 2018


This event is free and open to the public; venue subject to capacity. For monthly updates and reminders on the series, please subscribe to our email list for this series:


About BossBabes ATX, the producers: We exist to build educated and empowered creative communities at the intersections of sisterhood and space. Through event series, showcases and personal/professional development programs, we amplify and connect women-identifying artists, creatives and entrepreneurs. Since we've been in operation, we've provided a platform of visibility, outreach and financial opportunity to 300+ Texas-based women artists, 400+ women-owned businesses and women activists. We were named "Best Bossy Babes" of 2015 by The Austin Chronicle, Tribeza's Top 10 to Watch in 2016 and we were selected by The White House to attend the United State of Women Summit in June 2016. This production has been made possible in part by 2018 presenting partners Resplendent Hospitality and #bbatx's in-kind contributor, Argus Cidery.

About Native Hostels, the venue: Located on E. 4th St. Native Hostels is a kinetic collision of music, arts, warm beds, sleepless nights, food, and spirits. Native regularly features and hosts artists, creatives, thinkers and folks who simply embody good times.

Earlier Event: June 3
Tarot at Native Hostel
Later Event: June 10
Tarot at Native Hostel