Art = Action

Vote Tree drives civic engagement with interactive public art experiences that deliver measurable results.

Vote Tree’s art installation served as the backdrop for Sen. Raphael Warnock’s Souls to the Polls Rally with Black leaders before marching to cast his own ballot.

Voting is the political enactment of a spiritual idea. Let’s keep fighting the good fight at the ballot box.

Vote Tree’s Murallage for Georgia’s historic Senate Run-off election, Dear America: A Chain-link Love Letter From Atlanta, helped Block Power deliver 24.4K votes.

Credit: Cultural Gorilla @CulturalGorilla 

In the face of a cacophony of noise and profound voter fatigue, the days of knock-and-drop canvassing are o-v-e-r. Vote Tree activations – happenings we call ‘Artvassing’ – are dynamic, engaging, authentic, and catnip-Instagramable.

Vote Tree Founder + Ringmaster

Jacqueline von Edelberg

Jacqueline is an artist, activist, author, and social entrepreneur. With two decades of applying creative thinking to seemingly intractable real-world challenges, she is globally recognized for her public art on progressive issues. She’s passionate about building coalitions, glittery movements, and digital platforms that drive civic engagement and create systemic change. 

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Her most recent effort was the Art Memorial honoring the victims of the July 4th shooting. See HPpromise.org.

She is perhaps best known as the driving force behind the revitalization of Nettelhorst Elementary, an underutilized and under-enrolled public school in Chicago. The effort is outlined in her book, How to Walk to School: Blueprint for a Neighborhood School Renaissance.

Her latest side-hustle is Scratch Out Hate, cat scratchers for social impact. Learn more: JVE Website.


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