top of page
  • Artists & Activists

Artists & Activists for Animal Rights Announces the Addition of "Male Chicks: The Ultimate Helpless

Austin, Texas - Artists & Activists for Animal Rights (AAAR) is thrilled to announce the inclusion of "Male Chicks: The Ultimate Helpless Victims" by Jo Frederiks to their esteemed Animal Rights Gallery. Jo Frederiks, a passionate animal rights advocate and renowned artist from Australia, utilizes her artistic talent to raise awareness and inspire change towards a compassionate world for chickens.

Jo Frederiks is a dedicated full-time artist who uses various mediums, with a particular fondness for graphite and oil paint. Having graduated with Honors from The Arts Academy in Brisbane, Frederiks has showcased her exceptional work in numerous solo, joint, and group exhibitions. Her art resonates with viewers through its sensitivity, exquisite detail, and ability to portray the unique character of each individual being. Growing up on a vast million-acre cattle station in central Queensland, Australia, Jo Frederiks developed a profound connection with nonhuman animals. This upbringing not only nurtured her affinity for these creatures but also exposed their immense vulnerability at the hands of humankind. Through her artwork, Frederiks sheds light on the hidden plight of animals that we enslave, exploit, and unnecessarily use for food, clothing, entertainment, and research.


About Artists & Activists for Animal Rights (AAAR) Artists & Activists for Animal Rights (AAAR) was founded by Sylvie Abate, a songwriter, musician, and dedicated activist, with the goal of advocating for the ethical treatment of all sentient beings. Through various creative expressions such as art, photography, music, poetry, and film, AAAR strives to raise awareness about the inhumane treatment of animals in factory farms and offers alternatives to meat and dairy consumption. By challenging societal perceptions and values towards farm animals, AAAR aims to create a more compassionate world for all living beings. Their mission is to promote empathy, encourage conscious food choices, and expose the inhumane practices concealed by the agriculture industry. Through their work, AAAR advocates for complete animal liberation and supports a healthier and more sustainable world for both humans and the planet. Join Artists & Activists for Animal Rights in celebrating Jo Frederiks' powerful addition to the Animal Rights Gallery. Through the exhibition of "Male Chicks: The Ultimate Helpless Victims," we hope to provoke critical conversations, foster empathy, and inspire action towards a more compassionate and ethical treatment of animals. For more information about Artists & Activists for Animal Rights and their mission, please visit



bottom of page