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ArtPrize Round 1 Voting to end Saturday

Voting for round one, when any artists can be chosen, is in its last days, with public votes closing at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday. Round 2 voting from the Final 20 will begin Sunday at 3, following the Public Vote Final 20 Announcement.
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ArtPrize Seven is now through its first week, with the Jurors' ShortList and public vote tallies for the top 25 in each category now running live on the Leaderboard on the ArtPrize website. Over 260,000 public votes have already been cast.

Through Saturday, registered voters are able to cast votes for as many of the competing works as they would like without restrictions. The Round 1 public vote ends Saturday, October 3 at 11:59 pm, but it is advised to not wait until the final hours of voting to make final selections.

Anyone over the age of 16 can vote for ArtPrize Seven entries, in the categories of two dimensional, three dimensional, time-based, and installation. There are over 1,500 entries to choose from, up until Round 1 of the public vote closes.

The ArtPrize Seven Final Twenty will be set in stone, and will be revealed on Sunday, October 4 from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. at Rosa Parks Circle. After the announcement, voting will re-open for the public vote Round 2. In the second round, only the Final Twenty entries will be up for vote.

Round 2 voting beings on October 4 at 3 p.m. and is open until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, October 8. During this time, the voting will be open for the public for to chose from the Final Twenty, for each category and for the Grand Prize of $250,000.

This means Saturday is the last chance for registered voters to pick their absolute favorites from any venues, and artists, in any category. Those who have not yet registered to vote can do so with the ArtPrize app or by going to one of the Artprize voting sites downtown.

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