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Looking back on projects by Creative Capital Awardees such as Sawad Brooks, Suzanne Lacy, Tana Hargest, and Nick Cave, Murray pinpoints a shift in the nature of their work: projects started before 9/11 tended to reveal “a fascination with a speculative speculative tomorrowland,” while future ones “forecasted a more difficult future.” Read the essay In


Creative Capital is pleased to announce the selection of 35 projects for the 2020 Creative Capital Awards. Exemplars of the sort of innovative, powerful, and challenging work that Creative Capital is dedicated to advancing, each award includes $50,000 in project funding, supplemented by an additional $50,000 in career development services, for a total value of $100,000.


Every year, thousands of US artists submit their projects for consideration to receive a Creative Capital Award. It’s a competitive process that takes time and thoughtfulness, so it’s something we take very seriously. We spoke to the panel reviewers about the process.


We take a look at the nine Creative Capital Projects that 15 artists completed and premiered in venues all over the country in 2019.


The application for the Creative Capital Award opens annually in February. Artists in all disciplines may to apply. We provided more information about what we’re looking for in the application.


The Arts Writers Grant Program is pleased to announce 19 recipients of its 2019 grants. The program supports writing about contemporary art and aims to ensure that critical writing remains a valued mode of engaging the visual arts.


Take a moment with us to celebrate the successes of 2019! It continued to be a challenging year, but our hope was re-ignited time and time again by the incredible artists we are honored to support.


Creative Capital has invited 12 arts writers to explore key moments in the history of the Creative Capital Award in celebration of our 20th anniversary in collaboration with the Los Angeles Review of Books. In this month’s essay, Eunsong Kim writes about 2001 awardees, Dread Scott and Gaye Chan.


With that in mind, Creative Capital has invited 12 arts writers to explore key moments in the history of the Creative Capital Award in celebration of our 20th anniversary. The essays include a variety of voices and subjects, looking at many of the projects we have supported that proved groundbreaking and prescient, reflecting and responding


Sharon Louden leads Creative Capital’s online workshop, Building Community for a Sustainable Creative Life, a four part series starting October 4. We spoke to some of the artists who took a previous workshop from Sharon about what they learned.