Public Exhibits featuring GGaV Art Reproductions
June 2022-Present

Purpose of the Tour

Until now, our events have been exclusively for grieving families and invited guests. This public exhibition seeks to further the organization’s mission to revolutionize grief culture from its tradition of silence and solitude to one of voice and community. The artwork invites attendees to bear witness to the grief of others in order to confront their own. When we make public what was once private, we boldly set out on a path of possible healing.

The stigma, loneliness, and shame related to the unexpected death of a child impedes our culture’s ability to grieve with families affected by this tragedy. What does child loss feel like one week, one year, or one decade later? What do bereaved parents really need from the people who love and support them? Can art heal some of their pain? This show seeks to open these questions and change the conversation around grief to help better support the grieving people in our own lives. 

Current Venues

August 2023 – (ongoing)

Northwest Mothers Milk Bank

15875 SW 74th Ave
Tigard, OR 97224
We are grateful to Northwest Mothers Milk Bank for the opportunity to share our work in their space. Several of the pieces selected to hang here were chosen because the mothers donated their milk. The milk bank reports that around 10% of their donors are bereaved mothers. We hope to honor these generous mothers and their grief through our art.

January 2024 – July 2024

EvergreenHealth Medical Center

West Entrance – Silver Community Gallery
12040 NE 128th St
Kirkland, WA 98034

Future Venues

Date TBD

Fika Sisters Coffeehouse

201 E Sun Ranch Dr. Suite C
Sisters, OR 97759S

Past Venues

July 1st – August 30th, 2022

Northeast Community Center

September 1st – October 16th, 2022

The Historic Alberta House

February 1st – 28th, 2023

Wilsonville Public Library

Our stop at the Wilsonville Library was covered by the Wilsonville Spokesman. Check out the article here!

March 1st – 31st, 2023

West Linn Public Library

Our West Linn stop included a virtual panel with some of our artists from Give Grief a Voice hosted by the library. Missed the panel? You can still watch it here.
The West Linn Library also interviewed our artists as well. View the interview here.

June 1st – July 31st, 2023

Brookwood Public Library

The Brookwood Library hosted an opening reception and panel discussion.
You can watch the recorded livestream here. 

March 15th – March 31st, 2024

Metropolitan Performing Arts Center

Vancouver, WA (during the run of Next to Normal).
Our blog shares details.

The Give Grief a Voice Gallery Tour has been funded in part by Regional Arts and Culture Council.