The results of the 2016 election devastated communities across the United States -- but it sparked a fire in thousands of people to make their voices heard. HEAR OUR VOICE was a nationwide public call for art by female-identifying artists for the iconic Women’s March on Washington. In just eight days, 5,000+ submissions were submitted. All of the pieces advocate for the rights of women, immigrants, black and brown and queer communities, people native to the land, and the earth itself.
Over one hundred artworks submitted to the Women’s March open call were curated for a nationally touring exhibition titled HEAR OUR VOICE. Each piece of art has a story, each artist had an intention, and together they continue to inspire and galvanize women’s rights activists.
More than 50,000 posters were distributed in Washington, D.C. during the 2017 US Presidential Inauguration and (more significantly) the Women’s March on Washington. These iconic artworks were carried by tens of thousands of marchers at the historic Washington March and in cities around the world as the digital downloads spread online.