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Mission Statement

Through the creative arts, art education, and art advocacy Illustrative Voices aims to foster community and provide a more inclusive and effective platform for all to express themselves, to share their experiences of social inequities, and to express their vision of what social justice looks like.

Vision Statement

Illustrative Voices' long-term vision is to secure a permanent home for our artist, community, and art education programming. Illustrative Voices has charged its Board of Directors with developing the road map for bringing this vision to fruition.

 

Our values are Fortitude, Reverence, Cultural Celebration, Inclusion, and Vulnerability.

 

OUR PROGRAMS

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CREATIVE ARTS

ART EDUCATION

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ART ADVOCACY

Public Art | Open Studio Spaces | Special Projects

At Illustrative Voices, we are dedicated to showcasing stories addressing social inequity themes and visions of what social justice looks like. Creativity is by no means only a solo act, and through community cooperation and collaboration we believe we can facilitate innovation in this area. We are always striving to make a difference. We invite you to learn more and speak your illustrative voice.

 Classes & Workshops | Lectures | Tutoring

With this initiative, our aim is to promote great opportunities for all compelled to illustrate moments of social inequities and visions of social justice. With access to the right resources, all can become empowered to apply their skills and gain the confidence to share their story. Learn more about our organization by getting in touch with our team today.

Artist Community | Art Therapy | Art Resources

With our mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Advocacy is one of many duties we see as allies, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause and how you can get involved.

“Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist.”

Rene Magritte