You only have until 11:59PM this Wednesday, September 27, 2010 to vote on which artists will make it to the Top 10 for Week 2 of ArtPrize!
If you have not activated your voting status in person at the event, you must do so at a registration site.
REGISTER + ACTIVATE
You can vote as soon as you register and activate
Register now on artprize.org. You must have a unique email address to register. (If you voted last year, you are already registered. You must still activate your voting account in person.)
You must activate your voting account in person at the event. Come to any registration site between September 22-October 6 (final day of voting) and present a valid government ID (driver’s license, state ID or passport). View registration sites
Ready to Vote?
- Sign in to artprize.org
- Click into venues you visited and browse their artists
- Vote for my entry, if you’d like (hint, hint, hint!)
Only ten days until the start of ArtPrize!
Pre-registration for voting begins today (September 14) in a few hours.
Why pre-register? It will save time. You will still need to show a government issued ID at a registration location on or after the 23rd to be able to vote, but pre-registration will make that process a lot quicker.
The link below will explain a lot of questions you may have – from voting, pre-registration, rules and where the events are taking place for ArtPrize:
During ArtPrize, there will be two ways you can vote for my work: Online or by text message.
To vote online:
Just can search your name or the name of your work and vote right on your profile.
To vote by text message:
Each artist will have a 5 digit code that attendees can type into the body of a text message to either vote up or vote down your work (read more about voting up and down below).
Attendees will send all votes to 878787
My voting codes to include in the message:
vote25571 (vote up)
vote25570 (vote down)
Note that my 5 digit code must have the word “vote” in front of it when it is sent in the text message. Mark these codes down!
Why the up vote and down vote?
During Week 1, you can vote an artist up or down. ArtPrize designed voting this way knowing that an artist with the most votes up may be the most popular, but the artist with the most votes up AND down may be the most talked about, thought about and controversial work in the event.
ArtPrize see both the popular and controversial works as important to the “conversations” generated around ArtPrize.
See instructions for all the different ways to vote.