Starting on Oct. 31 through Election Day, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José will become a polling site. For guidance on how museums can promote voter engagement, check out AAM’s Nonprofit Voter Resources.
“I want them to think about what their vote means, how it affects everyone and everything around them.”
In California, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José will open for voting, with a mural by Amir H. Fallah on display. While many California museums are still shuttered because of the coronavirus, and others are opening slowly at limited capacity, the Institute of Contemporary Art San José has come up with an ingenious solution to open the museum, legally, for four days.