Little Voices is a place for addressing some of the greatest challenges of our time through collective creativity.
Established in January 2020 It is an art programme comprising sculpture, performance, spoken word and visual art including emerging and established artists who address the topic: transforming society to solve the climate crisis and the greatest inequalities of our time.
The project supports local and international artists from a range of backgrounds and is available live, through unique events as well as online. The piece shines a light on critical collective action to help us fight major and interlinked societal issues of our time.
More than just artwork, Little Voices is a platform for transformation, containing a wealth of resources, knowledge, craftsmanship and musings. Designed to make us pause and reflect on the biggest challenges we face and determine what we can do to change our world for the better.
Join us now to see how artists today are mobilising action on climate change and inequality to create a better tomorrow.
▴ ALEKS STANEK ▴ ALEXANDRA BOUGE ▴ AMY JACKSON ▴ ANDREA MIKYSKA ▴ BARBARA BRYN KLARE ▴ BETH BARLOW ▴ DANIELA LUCATO ▴ DAVID C. TERRY ▴ DAVID KRIPPENDORFF ▴ ENRICO POLICARDO ▴ EVA JOY ▴ FREYA TEWELDE ▴ GAZA POETS SOCIETY ▴ HANNAH SCOTT ▴ HOGARTH & JACKSON ▴ JENNIFER WESTON ▴ JING SU ▴ JINJOON LEE ▴ JISOO SEO ▴ JOHN WALMSLEY ▴ KENJI LIM ▴ KONSTANTINOS PAPACHARALAMPOS ▴ KAORU SHIBUTA ▴ KUN FANG ▴ LIAM COLLINS ▴ LIBE ▴ LIDIA LIDIA ▴ LISA KREUZIGER ▴ LIZ ELTON ▴ MAISIE MARIS ▴ MANDEEP DILLON ▴ MO MOUSSA ▴ NISA KHAN ▴ RACHEL GADSDEN ▴ SALLY SPINKS ▴ SARAH JANE BAKER ▴ SARAWUT CHUTIWONGPETI ▴ THOMAS JACK BROWN ▴ VINAY HATHI ▴ XIAOLI O. CHANG 常▴
Amy Jackson is a British artist based in East London and curator of Little Voices. Jackson studied at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at the University of Oxford, 2005 - 2008 and later returned to The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment to study Sustainable Finance.
She is a conceptual artist with 15 years’ experience blending philosophy, nature and science to create meticulous immersive experiences in traditional galleries and unconventional spaces. Her work includes street art, happenings, photography, painting and found objects.
“I explore issues such as climate change, consumerism, mental health, social inequalities and critically, how these themes are inextricably linked. My work often exists outside of the ‘white cube’ and inside the communities it touches”.
Experience spans commissions for Oxford University Press as well as public speaking, podcasts and environmental publications on climate change. Her work has been featured in The Times, Art World Magazine and on Channel 4 and can be found at Whitechapel Gallery and The Tate Britain.