If you’re looking for the ultimate vote-getter for Donald J. Trump, look no further than the top artists in the art world.
The artist community is, for the most part, well-disposed toward the President-elect.
In the weeks leading up to the November 8 election, artists and artists across the country are putting their names to their support of the Republican nominee.
In an effort to help sway the artist community to vote for Trump, artists from all over the country have pledged to vote.
This is the time of year that artists across America need to get on board with Trump’s agenda.
The artists are being asked to join him in helping him achieve his stated goals.
Artists and art history experts alike are taking to social media to urge their peers to vote on November 8.
“We all need to step up and get behind the Trump administration.
We all need a voice in the country.
We’re all in this together, and we need to stand up for our rights,” said Alex Todos, a senior curator at the National Gallery of Art.
“This is the right time.
This time of the year, we have a great opportunity to vote with our feet, our fists, our votes.”
The Artist’s Voice campaign aims to engage with artists and encourage artists to vote and support Trump.
As the election nears, artists are asked to share their thoughts on Trump’s campaign with a friend, in hopes that the art community can use the opportunity to engage in dialogue.
“It’s about making sure we don’t just talk to each other.
We have to talk about what we’re feeling, what we see, and the way we see it,” said Todas.
“To the extent that we can be a part of this conversation and to be engaged, then it’s really important that we do that,” added Todosa.
“If you don’t want to participate in the Trump campaign, I would encourage you to go out and vote, because it’s the right thing to do.”
The artist’s voices are not just for the artists themselves, though.
Todossas said the artist’s voice is important for the public.
“The artist has a voice.
Artists are the voice of our communities.
The President-Elect has a lot of artists working for him.
That’s what artists are doing,” he said.
“So, I think it’s very important for artists to be out in the community and to say, ‘This is who we are.
We care about our community.
We are all here together.
We need to listen to one another.
We don’t need to agree or disagree.
We can talk about this together.
The initiative was launched by the nonprofit last year, and now it’s expanding to include all of the artists in America. “
The Artist’s Vote initiative was created by the Artist’s Voices Foundation, a non-profit organization that advocates for civil rights, environmentalism, and justice in the arts.
Artists are asked not to vote just because they want to, however. “
I’m hopeful that we’re going to see a really strong showing this election,” Todoos said.
Artists are asked not to vote just because they want to, however.
“You don’t have to be a Trump supporter to do it.
There are people who are going to do things just to help him,” said artist Ryan Haggerty, whose name has been attached to the artist support initiative.
Haggert said the Trump team has given him and his wife permission to participate.
Hagerty said he believes the artists’ voices need to be heard.
“In my experience, if you’re not listening to the voices of artists, then you’re also not listening enough,” he added.
“And the artist is the voice that’s really going to get people talking about what’s going on.”
Artists can vote for any candidate for President, but it is most important that artists vote for the one who they believe can lead their communities.
“A lot of these artists have said, ‘I’m not going to vote because I don’t know who I’m going to elect,'” Haggerts said.
The Artist, the Vote initiative encourages artists to go to the polls and tell their neighbors, friends, and family members to vote, as well as to send them a donation to help with the campaign.
Artists who are not voting should know that voting is not a substitute for exercising their democratic rights.
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