Archived Exhibitions

Here you will find information about previous art exhibitions and events from Illustrative Voices.

Events & Exhibitions Archives

Click on the links below to learn more about our previous exhibitions and to download the exhibition brochure.

Think Out Loud, 08/19 - 08/26/22

Illustrative Voices’ annual art exhibition spotlighting artists' experiences of social inequities and their visions of social justice. ​We are extremely grateful for the collaboration and support provided by Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty in Menlo Park, CA. Download the exhibition brochure here.

Breaking Bread, 04/15 - 05/20/22

An art exhibition about  how foods of diverse cultures and ethnicities have been affected by social inequities. Hosted at Tea Lyfe in Saratoga, CA. We are extremely grateful for the collaboration and support provided by our friends at Tea Lyfe. Download the exhibition brochure here.

Fauna, 02/04 - 03/25/22

An art exhibition that portrays the human connection and lifeforce in animals, acknowledging the connection and lifeforce humans share with their animal counterparts of different and diverse cultures. ​Hosted at Spoil Me Spa & Gallery. We are extremely grateful for the collaboration and support provided by Spoil Me Spa & Gallery. Download the exhibition brochure here.

Taken Advantage, 10/03 - 11/24/21

An art exhibition about what privilege means and its effect on the social inequities of diverse cultures and ethnicities. This was Illustrative Voices' first on-site exhibition, hosted at the Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) located on Foothill College campus.  We are extremely grateful for the collaboration and support provided by the KCI. Download the exhibition brochure here.

Think Out Loud, 06/16 - 07/21/21

Illustrative Voices’ annual art exhibition spotlighting artists' experiences of social inequities and their visions of social justice. ​Experience the virtual Meet the Artists reception here, and download the exhibition brochure here.

Devotion, 04/14 - 05/12/21

An art exhibition that explores how social inequities have impacted and influenced the ability to experience love and affection. Exhibiting artists aim to highlight the impact social inequities have had on an individual’s ability to express, show, accept, and acknowledge different forms of love and affection to and from others. Download the exhibition brochure here.

Empower, 02/17 - 03/17/21

An art exhibition that celebrates Black culture and concentrates on Black experiences and contributions to everyday society. Experience the virtual Meet the Artists reception here, and download the exhibition brochure here.

Oneness, 01/14 - 02/10/21

An art exhibition that empowers artists to visually explore their own identity, or perhaps multiple identities to which they relate and breakdown stereotypes and assumptions people may have. Download the exhibition brochure here.

20/20 Hindsight, 12/06 - 01/13/21

An art exhibition that expresses the past year of social justice in 2020 with 20/20 hindsight Download the exhibition brochure here.

Broken, 10/14 - 11/11/2020

An art exhibition that highlights the effects of bullying  and the wounds that linger. Experience the virtual Meet the Artists reception here, and download the exhibition brochure here.

Social Injustice & Compassion, 07/07 - 08/12/2020

The very first art exhibition curated and hosted by Illustrative Voices. Artists were asked to consider how the most recent and current acts of social injustice in 2020 affected and impacted them. This exhibition tells their story. Illustrative Voices is proud to present their powerful and moving visual narratives of social inequities, social injustice, and visions of social justice. Download the exhibition brochure here.