How to Plan Your Vote

Your Vote Matters.

We’re pleased to join institutions across America in partnering with, a nonpartisan initiative to help you Plan Your Vote. Use Plan Your Vote to register to vote, check your absentee status, set up voting reminders, and download image assets to share across social media and beyond. In Massachusetts, the last day to register is October 24, 2020, but you can check your registration no matter where you live. 

Plan Your Vote channels the power of art to encourage voter engagement. They’ve partnered with more than 60 contemporary artists to create images that can be downloaded and shared by anyone. We’re so thrilled to see the work of List Artist, Christine Sun Kim, whose exhibition Off The Charts was on view this past spring as part of the initiative. We hope the silent tune of “Vote Vote Vote” sticks with us all as we quickly approach Tuesday, November 3. Plan your vote today. 

Upcoming Public Programs

Shifter: Waiting

Session 2: Thursday, October 8, 5:30 – 6:30 PM EST

In this hour-long session, Kevin Jerome Everson will discuss his cinematic work exploring the temporality of incarceration. Nicole Fleetwood will discuss her scholarly and curatorial work on the US carceral system’s impact on Black lives and artwork that emerges from and reflects on it.  A brief moderated discussion and audience Q&A will follow.

A black, white and red graphic reads "Shifter 25: Waiting 3"

Virtual Public Art Tour

Wednesday, October 14, 6:00-7:00

Presented in partnership with Boston Design Week 2020, join MIT List Visual Arts Center on a virtual public art tour showcasing art and architecture highlights across campus. This virtual tour will include images of works from MIT public art collection of renowned artists accompanied by short closed captioned video clips to situate the work on site. List Center Campus and Public Program Manager will be accompanied by a MIT Student Guide as we lead the discussion of works featuring I.M. Pei, Sol LeWitt, Olafur Eliasson, and more.

A large, black painted steel sculpture that resembles an abstracted and modular sail is situated on a courtyard on MIT’s campus.

Drawing on Love and Justice by Evelyn Rydz

Leading up to the 2020 elections, this is a call to artists to draw on their creative tools to speak to injustice and make a commitment to draw on love and justice for positive change. We want you to participate. Use any of your creative tools (including and not limited to: cameras, scissors, pencils, yarn, brushes, computer, pens, tape) to reflect not only on what you see, but also to imagine seeing what you want to change. It is a call to draw from both observation and imagination. Submit through November 1, 2020

A drawing with purple hearts with a yellow outline and a black and white border.