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Illustrative Voices

Illustrative Voices

3D exhibitions

  • Illustrative Voices

    Think Out Loud

    16 Jun 2021 – 21 Jul 2021

    An art exhibition spotlighting artists' experiences of social inequities and their visions of social justice

  • Illustrative Voices

    Devotion: A Social Justice Exhibition about Love & Affection

    13 Apr 2021 – 17 May 2021

    A raw and heartfelt visual narrative about love & affection.

  • Illustrative Voices

    Empower: A Social Justice Exhibition Celebrating Black History

    17 Feb 2021 – 18 Mar 2021

    Black history month is a time to celebrate black culture. It is also a time to call attention to the lack of representation in the framing of American history. If you do not learn about the journey of Black people, you will not understand American history. Empower: Real superheroes rose from being enslaved and stripped of their names, families and civil rights. Through it all, Black leaders, artists and writers have emerged to shape the character and identity of a nation.

  • Illustrative Voices

    Oneness: A Social Justice Exhibition about Identity

    13 Jan 2021 – 10 Feb 2021

    Oneness will open eyes about identity and excite conversations about how our identity is entrenched in social justice’s movements from oppression to equity. Do we tend to pass our identity on by sharing the stories of our most heroic ancestors? Life experiences add layers of affinity with or the feeling of severance due to identity. We can identify ourselves and others by race, gender, class, religion, country, affiliation. How do you illustrate Identity. What colors come to mind? How do you express your culture and identity? Has how you identify yourself changed over the years?

  • Illustrative Voices

    2020 Hindsight A Social Justice Exhibition

    16 Dec 2020 – 12 Jan 2021

    20/20 hindsight is an old proverb meaning: It is easy to understand something after it has already happened. Events from this year alone have impacted our lifestyles and social norms for the foreseeable future. Reflect on 2020 and how it has affected you. What have you learned about social justice just from this year? How did you view society before 2020, how do you view it now? Where do you want to see society in the future? What emotions run through your core?

    latest works

    • Jordan Fong

      Mitch, 2021
      10 x 8 inch (h x w)
    • Jordan Fong

      Ang Social Justice League, 2021
      10 x 8 inch (h x w)
    • Jordan Fong

      Jamie Social Justice League, 2021
      10 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital Illustration
    • Think Out Loud, 2021
      60 x 49.5 inch (h x w)
    • Michael Granville

      California Crown Act, 2021
      16 x 20 inch (h x w)
      Political
      200
    • Kellyn Scheel

      Who AM I?, 2021
      36 x 24 inch (h x w)
      #digital #illustration
    • Denise Ward

      Black Girl Dreaming, 2021
      65 x 29 inch (h x w)
      Aluminum Steel and Acrylic Paint
    • Denise Ward

      Zelma In Paris, 2020
      60 x 24 inch (h x w)
      Aluminum steel wire and Acrylic Paint
    • Denise Ward

      The Bird Watcher, 2020
      62 x 26 inch (h x w)
      Aluminum Steel wire and Acrylic
    • Jordan Fong

      Better Together, 2021
      8.5 x 7.5 inch (h x w)
      Digital
    • Kellyn Scheel

      Almost, 2021
      40 x 40 inch (h x w)
      Video
    • Devotion, 2021
      72 x 54 inch (h x w)
    • Tanya Momi

      I kept my promise and he gave me the moon star's and the sun
      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Tanya Momi

      Just Keep The Promise
      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Tanya Momi

      She Will Believe Anything
      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
    • Tanya Momi

      Promising The Moon
      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Tanya Momi

      Waiting For The Moon
      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Alyssa Brayboy

      Spit, 2021
      34 x 24 inch (h x w)
      Photography: Shadow Work
    • Feminine Side, 2021
      12 x 8.8 inch (h x w)
    • Nyame O. Brown

      Mama, 2018
      30 x 24 inch (h x w)
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