Virtual Exhibit

We See You

We will Tell Your Story

History is written by the victors, and certain stories do not receive the platform they deserve. In this exhibit of artwork selected from the Laurie Bieze Art Collection, Pablo Center gives voice to those who have been pushed to the side. We will tell your story.

Virtual Exhibit available starting January 28, 2022
In-person in the Laurie Bieze Gallery January 28 - July 10, 2022

Galleries are free and open to the public 2 hours before ticketed events in our theatres and close 1 hour after the show begins. Visit our calendar for exact showtimes. All visitors must adhere to our Patron Safety Protocols and those not attending a ticketed event must sign in at entry.


Statements and biographies written below are by the individual artists and are published with their permission. The views expressed are their own. Thank you.


About the Exhibit - Message from Curator Rose Dolan-Neill

At the height of the Black Lives Matter movement, Pablo Center felt the importance of taking a clear and decisive stand alongside that movement’s leaders. A show of solidarity with our fellow human beings that their lives were important, and that their voice would be amplified by our institution. One way of demonstrating our commitment was to create an exhibit exploring the Black Lives Matter movement. Through a universal open call to artists, we worked with Dr. Selika Ducksworth-Lawton to create an impactful virtual exhibit.

Interested in Supporting the art?

Many of the exhibiting artists decided to donate a work of their art to our permanent art collection. In doing so, they gave the gift of their artistic vision, and furthered our mission to provide significant artistic experiences to our community.  

Contributions to the Laurie Bieze Permanent Art Collection enrich the art experience for anyone who walks through the doors of Pablo Center.