When we all vote x Goldman Global Arts
October 20, 2020 | by hi-gloss
Goldman Global Arts announces a partnership with When We All Vote to creatively amplify the message of voting through art with 13 digital murals across the United States launching Monday, October 5, 2020. Goldman Global Arts, the creative agency that curates Wynwood Walls in Miami, Florida and the Houston Bowery Wall in New York City, has been commissioned by Michelle Obama’s nonpartisan voting organization, When We All Vote, to produce an artistic program of original works of U.S. artists using a digital platform to spread the message and inspire participation.
A group of world-renowned diverse artists have been selected to create digital murals that will be showcased at arenas and stadiums throughout the country and in Times Square, including Aliyah Sidqe, Beau Stanton, Buff Monster, David Flores, Greg Mike, Hueman, Kayla Mahaffey, Kai, Mojo, Peter Tunney, Reggie “RAL86” Le Flore, Shepard Fairey, and Queen Andrea. Locations include Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks United Center, Portland Trail Blazers Moda Center, Sacramento Kings Golden 1 Center, Los Angeles Football Club Banc of California Stadium, Miami Heat American Airlines Arena, Milwaukee Bucks Fiserv Forum, Washington Wizards Capital One Arena, Washington Nationals Nationals Park, Cleveland Cavaliers Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, San Francisco Giants Oracle Park, Oakland A’s Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, and Times Square in New York City.
The digital murals will all launch on Monday, October 5, 2020, featuring the city’s local artist and a rotating exhibit of each artist’s mural. The focus of the murals will revolve around the themes of civic engagement and voting, including Election Day, Vote-By-Mail, Registration, and American History of Voting. Each artist was selected for their artistic talents, style, and contributions to art around the world. Through art, the community is able to interpret each mural on their own and be encouraged to vote early, vote by mail or vote on Tuesday, November 3.