BLOG: United Center to Display Digital Mural Encouraging Voting

Emilee Geist

The Blackhawks, Bulls and the United Center are working together to encourage people to vote on Nov. 3.  In partnership with When We All Vote and Goldman Global Arts, a digital mural created by Chicago’s Kayla Mahaffey is now on display across the United Center exterior LED boards leading up […]

The Blackhawks, Bulls and the United Center are working together to encourage people to vote on Nov. 3. 

In partnership with When We All Vote and Goldman Global Arts, a digital mural created by Chicago’s Kayla Mahaffey is now on display across the United Center exterior LED boards leading up to Election Day. 

Tweet from @NHLBlackhawks: 𝐕𝐎𝐓𝐄.Proud to partner with @chicagobulls, @WhenWeAllVote & Goldman Global Arts to encourage participation in this year’s election!This digital mural, created by Chicago���s Kayla Mahaffey, will be displayed on the @UnitedCenter leading up to Election Day. pic.twitter.com/Mlpoj4H4dq

The United Center is one of 13 venues across the U.S. that will house a digital mural through the partnership between When We All Vote and Goldman Global Arts, including Portland’s Moda Center, Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center, L.A.’s Banc of California Stadium, Miami’s American Airline’s Arena, Milwaukee’s Fiserv Forum, Washington’s Capital One Arena, Washington’s Nationals Park, Cleveland’s Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, San Francisco’s Oracle Park, the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and Times Square in New York City.

The focus of each mural revolves around the themes of civic engagement and voting, including Election Day, Vote-By-Mail, Registration and American History of Voting. 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.

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