Tyanas Tienda and Amplifier Art Takes a Stand on Black Voting In New Projection Art Exhibit


New York based artist Tyanas Tienda and Amplifier Art teamed up to debut one of the first national art projection exhibits throughout a few cities in America.



The fair seeks to promote the range of contemporary art from Artists like Tienda, encouraging black voters to get out and vote. This year marks the first edition of the exhibit, and it has already been recognized by some of the big names in Media such as Revolt TV who's in solidarity with the ongoing protests against social injustice.


Initially slated to run in cities like Seatle, DC, New York and Anchorage, the projection features artworks from selected artists from the Zumiez "Stand Up Open Call for Art." The NY artist debuted the work via Instagram with the caption, “This is only a reminder to myself that my voice can’t be silenced and neither can yours. This is why I ask everyone to please get out and vote if you haven’t already. This election might be the most important of our lives and we have to vote and keep fighting. I know I will.



Get a detailed look at the new projection above and head on over to Amplifier Art's website to find out more on the exhibition.

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