Creative Capital Artists Are Everywhere this Fall!

Dohee Lee (Performing Arts 2013), whose Creative Capital Project "The Mago Project" premieres this November in San Francisco

Dohee Lee (2013 Performing Arts), whose Creative Capital Project “The Mago Project” premieres this November in San Francisco

We’re so proud of how busy our artists are in this, our 15th Anniversary Year! As you’ll see below, they’re truly taking over the film, art and performing arts worlds throughout the rest of the year, across the United States and as far abroad as the Netherlands and South Korea. For full listings, check out our online calendar, where you can browse by state and discipline, and follow us on Twitter at @creativecap for even more Creative Capital Artist events and news.
—September 17 – October 19: Stephen Vitiello presents a solo exhibition at American Contemporary in New York
—September 18 – 20: Jesse Sugarmann presents We Build Excitement in the TBA Festival at The Portland Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) in Portland, OR
—September 18 – 21: Faye Driscoll, Janie Geiser and Miwa Matreyek participate in The On Edge Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara
—September 19 – 25: Sam Cullman’s Art & Craft premieres at the Angelika and other venues in New York
—September 20 – January 1: Simone Leigh, Xenobia Bailey and Otabenga Jones & Associates participate in Creative Time’s Funk, God, Jazz, and Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn at various venues in Brooklyn
—September 20 – December 20: Pablo Helguera & Laurie Jo Reynolds exhibit in A Proximity of Consciousness: Art and Social Action at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries in Chicago
—Through September 21: Mondo Bizarro perform their Creative Capital Project Cry You One at the Sandglass Theater in Putney, VT
—September 23 – 24: luciana achugar performs her Creative Capital Project OTRO TEATRO at Jack in Brooklyn
—September 23 – October 4: Kyle Abraham presents The Watershed and When the Wolves Came In at New York Live Arts, New York
—September 24 – 28: Ralph Lemon presents Scaffold Room & Meditation at the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis
—September 24 – 27: Rude Mechs present Now Now Oh Now in Duke Performances at Duke University in Durham, NC
–September 25 – 28: Sam Cullman, Marshall Curry and Banker White screen work at the Camden International Film Festival in Camden, ME
—September 27: Nick Hallett presents Hallettiade: The Songs of Nick Hallett at Joe’s Pub in New York
—Through September 27: Heidi Kumao presents a solo exhibition, Recent Work: Video Sculpture, at Ceres Gallery in New York City
—Through September 28: Mark Tribe presents Plein Air at the Corcoran in Washington DC
—September 30 – March 30: 18 Awardees participate in 21C Celebrates Creative Capital: A 15th Anniversary Exhibition at 21C Museum Hotel in Louisville, KY
—Through September 30: Taylor Ho Bynum performs as part of his Creative Capital Project The Acoustic Bicycle Tour across California
—October 1: Taylor Ho Bynum performs a Sunrise Solo at the Playas de Tijuana in Mexico
—October 1 – 2: Taylor Mac performs A 24-Hour History of Popular Music—1910’s at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
—October 2 – 3: Five Creative Capital Artists and Ruby Lerner speak at IdeaFestival 2014 in Louisville, KY
—October 3 – December 3: Kevin Jerome Everson presents a self-titled exhibition at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
—October 4 – 5: Zach Moser premieres his Creative Capital Project Shrimp Boat Projects with a Buffalo Bayou Shrimp Festival at the Houston Arts Alliance in Houston, TX
—Through October 5: Conrad Bakker presents The Crystal Land at Station Independent Projects in New York
—Through October 8: Banker White’s The Genius of Marian is available for online viewing through PBS’s POV
—October 10 – January 24: Eddo Stern presents Eddo Stern: New Works at the Beall Center for Art + Technology in Irvine, CA
—October 10-11: Laura Poitras screens CITIZENFOUR at the New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center
—Through October 11: Nick Cave presents Made By Whites for Whites & Rescue at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York
—Through October 11: Eric Dyer presents Copenhagen Cycles at Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York
—Through October 11: Betty Beaumont presents That Obscure Object of Desire at 3A Gallery in New York
—Through October 12: Faye Driscoll, Natalie Jeremijenko, Meredith Monk, Miriam Simun & Elaine Tin Nyo in the Jake Yuzna-curated NYC Makers at the Museum of Art & Design in New York
—October 14 – November 21: Bill Morrison presents Bill Morrison: Compositions at The Museum of Modern Art in New York
—October 15 – 18: Basil Twist presents Rite of Spring at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater in the White Light Festival in New York
—October 15 – 18: Jennifer Monson performs Live Dancing Archive at New York Live Arts in New York
—Through October 17: Richard Pell featured in the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial at Pittsburgh Filmmakers
—Through October 18: Edgar Arceneaux presents A Book and a Medal: Disentanglement Equals Homogenous Abstractions at Susan Vielmetter Gallery in Culver City, CA
—October 18 – December 20: Pablo Helguera, Holcombe Waller, Meredith Monk, Vijay Iyer, Geoff Sobelle and David Neumann perform in BAM’s Next Wave Festival in Brooklyn
—October 18 – 19: Kyle Abraham performs The Watershed co-presented by Jacob’s Pillow Dance and MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA
—October 19 – 23: Miriam Simun screens GHOSTFOOD at the SIAL Food Show in Parc des Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte, Paris
—October 23: Bernadette Mayer is in conversation at LIVE from the NYPL at the New York Public Library’s Schwarzman Building in New York
—October 23 – 25: Cynthia Oliver performs BOOM! at New York Live Arts in New York
—Through October 25: Taraneh Hemami premieres her Creative Capital Project Theory of Survival: Fabrications at Southern Exposure in San Francisco
—October 24 – 25: Emily Johnson presents The Thank-you Bar at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts’ Grand Marais Playhouse in Grand Marais MN
—October 25 – January 25: Theaster Gates, Jeffrey Gibson, Akosua Adoma Owusu, The Propeller Group and Lisa Sigal included in Prospect 3: Notes for Now Biennial in New Orleans, LA
—Through October 26: Sharon Lockhart presents a self-titled solo exhibition as part of the Liverpool Biennial 2014 at FACT in Liverpool, UK
—October 30 – 31: Miranda July presents New Society at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis
—Through November 1: Chris Doyle presents The Fluid at Catherine Clark Gallery in San Francisco, CA
—Through November 2: Trimpin & Stephen Vitiello participate in the sound art exhibition In the Garden of Sonic Delights at Caramoor in Katonah, NY
—November 7 – 9: Holcombe Waller presents Wayfinders at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
—November 7 – December 7: Young Jean Lee presents Straight White Men at the Public Theater in New York
—November 14 – 15: Dohee Lee premieres her Creative Capital Project The Mago Project at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
—November 14 – 15: Ghana ThinkTank and the Propeller Group present at the 2014 Creative Time Summit at the Public Art Agency Sweden in Stockholm
—November 15: Sam Green performs The Measure of All Things with yMusic at Duke University in Durham, NC
—November 19 – 22: Rude Mechs performs Now Now Oh Now at the Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans
—November 20 – 22: Tere O’Connor presents BLEED at On The Boards in Seattle
—November 21: Sam Green presents The Measure of All Things at the Kitchen in New York
—November 24-26: David Hoch, Daniel Alexander Jones, Lisa Kron, Kalup Linzy and Neal Medlyn perform in a Creative Capital Performance Series at Joe’s Pub in New York
—Through November 30: The Yes Men present Out-Smarting Capitalism at Museum Het Domein in Sittard, the Netherlands
—Through December 12: Emily Johnson & Marina Zurkow present their work in thinking making living at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis
—Through December 20: Mel Chin presents Rematch at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
—Through December 20: Suzanne Lacy & Laurie Jo Reynolds participate in Citizen Culture: Artists and Architects Shape Policy at the Santa Monica Museum of Art
—Through January 1: Chris Doyle presents work & lectures in Hybridity: The New Frontier at 21C Museum Hotel in Cincinnati, OH
—Through January 4: Theaster Gates, Jamal Cyrus, Kalup Linzy, Dread Scott and Pope.L in Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art At the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN
—Through January 4: Sanford Biggers presents Danpatsu at the Montclair Art Museum in Montclair, NJ
—Through January 11: Pablo Helguera, Futurefarmers and Liz Cohen participate in SITElines.2014: Unsettled Landscapes at SITE Santa Fe
—Through January 19: Noelle Tan and Matthew Moore participate in State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AR
—Through February 8: Conrad Bakker presents salt 10: Conrad Bakker at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts in Salt Lake City

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