Sycuan, in Nod to Humble Origins, Adds Playful Art Installation – 5 Giant Bingo Balls

Angela La Brake with a bingo ball at the unveiling ceremony at Sycuan Casino Resort. (Chad Caddy / Siquan Casino Resort) Siquan Casino Resort Combining art and games, we commissioned the design of a key tool for casino games loved by local artists.

Announced Wednesday, their five giant hand-painted bingo balls will be featured throughout El Cajon Resort for several months for resort goers to enjoy and take pictures.

This installation aims to commemorate the history of tribal Bingo and celebrate a new partnership with mobile game developer PLAYSTUDIOS. Selected artists are participating in ArtWalk San Diego.

“This art installation is a small way of recognizing our history, but at the same time we are looking at a bright future for the future,” says Cody Martinez, chairman of the Kumeyaay Siquan band. “We are very proud to partner with PLAYSTUDIOS and ArtWalk San Diego to showcase these beautiful and unique pieces created by local artists throughout the resort.” Carl Knutson Jr. (Chad Caddy / Sikuan Casino Resort), one of the five local artists who painted Bingo Balls In 1983, Sikuan Band opened a one-room Bingo Palace in the Tribal Settlement, the first Bingo Parlor in Southern California. After a successful venture, the tribe began expanding its gaming business, now a multi-million dollar casino and resort. In partnership with PLAYSTUDIOS, Sycuan nodded to its history and created a mobile game app. myVEGAS Bingo .. The app allows players to combine bingo play with social options by creating and participating in their own bingo […]

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