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A series of limited-edition art that challenges the status quo, featuring artists and artwork that convey a sense of hope for a safer and more inclusive future. Banner Art: Milan Abad, Madrid, Spain.
A GLOBAL CALL TO ACTION
Our Amplified Voices series is dedicated to art dealing with issues of social justice. We are aiming to provoke challenging topics and create space for groups that are too often left in the margins.
Making beer has given us a platform and we understand that this is a privilege most don’t get to enjoy. There is an undeniable global call to action to fight injustice – particularly anti-black violence and inequality faced by BIPOC around the world. We intend to use our platform to amplify the voices that need to be heard to drive change.
We believe in the power of creativity and community. Our Amplified Voices series was conceived under our core belief that creativity can help make the world a better place and we are sincerely grateful to all the artists who have shared their creativity with us.
CREATIVITY + COMMUNITY
In addition to the art series, we are raising money through our Collective More. charitable initiative to help support three incredible organizations working to support Black and Indigenous communities in Canada and the United States:
The Black Legal Action Centre Ontario
The Native Women’s Association of Canada
The Black Art Futures Fund
We have committed to donating $10,000 and have created a GoFundMe page for further community donations.
MACNEIL, AR, USA
“The news around the world is saturated with a lot of evil. The world has many challenges with almost every sector: pandemic, police brutality, race inequality, economic turmoil. Humanity needs to just stop and focus on the good and the advancement we have made as human to survive.”
RAFAEL MATHIAS BERTOLDO
TORONTO, ON, CANADA
Justice for Indigenous Women
“We all must fight together for justice on behalf of missing and murdered Indigenous women. This piece is part of a series of pictograms designed in response to the violence experienced by Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people.”
NEW YORK, NY, USA
“Sometimes when I am feeling overwhelmed about the state of polarization, discrimination, and fear in the world, I close my eyes and visualize everyone on Earth suddenly dropping everything they’re doing and starting to dance together. This piece depicts that vision; a group of beautiful humans dancing together and expressing themselves in a state of love, peace, and excitement.”
We received more than 1,000 submissions from around the world during our three-month Call for Art: Amplified Voices. Any artist, in any medium, could submit for free, regardless of experience, location or professional status. Our curator panel then whittled down the submissions to select the final 36 pieces that make up the series.
CADEX HERRERA: ARTIST
GOLDIE HARRIS: CURATOR, PRODUCER
REN NAVARRO: FOUNDER, BEER DIVERSITY
NATE DEE: ARTIST
ASHLEY MCKENZIE-BARNES: CURATOR, ARTIST, PROFESSOR
JULIO FERRER: ARTIST
To help us choose the final pieces that make up our Amplified Voices series, we worked with a panel of six top creative minds from a variety of fields. These independent curators pored over 1000+ submissions, each bringing a unique perspective to help us make sure our selected art represents and amplifies a wide range of voices.
Call for Art
Amplified Voices is just the beginning. We are committed to making sure that all of our future calls for art are as inclusive as possible.SUBMIT ART