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“[Jeffrey Gibson] received a Creative Capital grant that helped fund a series of trips he took around the country to visit Native makers and commission objects like silver engravings and drums from them. He incorporated those into his 2012 exhibition “one becomes the other” at the nonprofit Participant Inc. The show was a breakthrough.”—The New


We’re excited that the Whitney Biennial 2022, Quiet as It’s Kept (April 6 to September 5, 2022) will include Creative Capital Awardees: Alia Farid (2022), Terence Nance (2021), Sable Elyse…


Creative Capital Awardees at Sundance Film Festival 2024.


“In recognition of the breadth and brilliance of arts writing being produced today, the Foundation is pleased to increase its support for the Arts Writers Grant,” said Joel Wachs, President, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. “The grants uplift the diverse perspectives of writers whose fine-tuned attention to the content and context of


Creative Capital is pleased to announce the election of new Directors of the Board and a National Advisory Council member: composer Raven Chacon (2012 Creative Capital Awardee), performance artist and comedian Kristina Wong (2006 Creative Capital Awardee), Formation Association managing director Grace Oh, and NBC Sports host and reporter Corey Robinson, in addition to Ellipsis Entertainment cofounder Sekka Scher as new National Advisory Council member.


The 2023 Creative Capital Artist Benefit + Banquet on September 20 at the Paradise Club at the Times Square EDITION Hotel in New York City was the largest fundraiser in our history, raising critical funds in support of grants, professional services, and community building for underserved, risk-taking artists.


Thank you to everyone who joined us to celebrate at last week’s Creative Capital Carnival Artist Gathering! We loved spending time with artists, friends, and supporters over three unforgettable days from June 21 to 23, 2023 in New York City and on YouTube. This year’s Carnival was our largest, most accessible, and inclusive artist gathering


This Earth Month, as we battle for our planet’s future, our libraries, our right to control our bodies, to privacy, drag, African-American history, free speech, and democracy itself, our work at Creative Capital feels more urgent than ever.


A.K. Burns’s largest solo exhibition to date, “Of space we are…” at the Wexner Center for the Arts, considers the intersection between the human, nonhuman, and the environment—and the value systems that guide our perceptions of each.


Learn more about Creative Capital’s 2023 Literature grantees.