2022 Creative Capital Artist Benefit + Banquet

Artist Benefit + Banquet
Tuesday, September 20, 2022
731 Lexington Ave
New York City

Cocktails and banquet

Dessert, toasts, performance, and dance party


Jane Brown
Reggie and Aliya Browne
Isa Catto and Daniel Shaw
Joseph V. Melillo
Catharine R. Stimpson

Lorraine O’Grady
Guadalupe Maravilla
Larissa FastHorse
JiaJia Fei

Performance by
Du Yun & Ok Miss

Bespoke Fragrance Art by
Josely Carvalho

The Creative Capital Artist Benefit and Banquet is our annual celebration of artists and the creative community, and our biggest fundraiser of the year. Your generosity provides critical support for forward-thinking and ambitious artists across the country through funding, mentorship, gatherings, and career development services. All funds raised allow Creative Capital Foundation to give more project grants to artists.

Unable to join us? Make a donation in celebration of our honorees.

For questions regarding tickets or the event, contact: [email protected] or (551) 202-2294

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About the Honorees and Contributors
We honor Creative Capital artists and industry influencers for their groundbreaking contributions to diverse communities and for amplifying artists’ voices.

Josely Carvalho. Josely Carvalho (Creative Capital Grantee 2000) is a Brazilian-born multimedia artist who lives and works in New York City and Rio de Janeiro.


Lorraine O'Grady. Photo: Rob Collab Lorraine O’Grady (Creative Capital Grantee 2015) is an artist whose performances, photo and video installations, and writings locate timeless values in such topical issues as diaspora, hybridity, and black female subjectivity.


Larissa Fasthorse. Photo credit: Conor Horgan Larissa FastHorse (Creative Capital Grantee 2019) is a Sicangu Lakota playwright, director, and choreographer whose work radically engages Indigenous collaborators to explore onstage representations of the joys and challenges that the Native community faces.
Guadalupe Maravilla. Photo: Emmanuel Sanchez Monsalve Guadalupe Maravilla (Creative Capital Grantee 2016) makes work that acknowledges the historical and contemporary contexts of immigrant culture, notably belonging to Latinx communities.


JiaJia Fei JiaJia Fei is a digital strategist with 15 years of experience working at the intersection of digital marketing, web, mobile, audio, video, and social media content strategy for art and culture.


Du Yun. Photo: Zhang Hai Du Yun (Creative Capital Grantee 2022) is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, performance artist, activist, and curator for new music, who works at the intersection of opera, orchestral, chamber music, theater, and more.

All attendees must be 21 years or older and show a valid government issued ID upon entry. Tickets are non-refundable. Vaccination is required to attend.