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In this award cycle, Creative Capital received an unprecedented amount of applications—over 5,200. Through three rounds, reviewers helped us identify artists that are making seminal and bold work in their fields, are at a crucial moment in their career, and would most benefit from the non-monetary services we provide. Four reviewers read applications in every


This year’s 50 projects by 58 individual artists were drawn from a pool of more than 5,200 applications. The projects which earned 2019 Creative Capital Awards are based in 15 different states and territories, from New York to California, Puerto Rico to Washington. Over 60 percent of the artists identify as women, and 77 percent


In its 2018 award cycle, The Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program has awarded a total of $725,000 to 21 writers.


After receiving the Creative Capital Award in 2008, Lynn Hershman Leeson created Women Art Revolution, a compilation of interviews with iconic feminist artists and curators such as Judy Chicago, Hannah Wilke, and Marcia Tucker. We caught up with Leeson to talk about her creative practice spanning five decades.


Jim Findlay Electric Lucifer The Kitchen New York, New York In this project, more than 15 years in the making, Jim Findlay revives the legacy of electronic music pioneer Bruce Haack with a rock opera starring Okwui Okpokwasili, a fellow Creative Capital Awardee, as Lucifer. “With Ms. Okpokwasili onstage,” the New York Times wrote in


Queridos, With everything going on in the world right now, it’s increasingly difficult to see the light ahead. But we’re fortunate at Creative Capital because every day we get to see the powerful work of artists who are using their practices to address the state of the world. Artists are truth-seekers and storytellers. They create,


In this interview, Barbara told us that it was not only a way for her to give to a future generation of risk-taking artists like herself, but it helped her think about her budget at the end of a project’s lifespan. Today, Barbara’s example has helped us think about the kinds of artists we seek


Do you find that conveying a message through your work is easier than communicating about your work? We have two upcoming New York workshops at our Downtown Manhattan office that will help you communicate about your practice, whether it’s through the web, through social media, or in person. Building and Engaging Digital Presence Led by


Sometimes the most difficult part of creating your artwork is finding the right kind of funding to make it happen. We know it’s not always easy! So, this October, we have a curriculum of courses to help you fund your work, and budget for your projects. You can participate in every online workshops live, or


The Dinners Project is a platform for artists and communities around the country to host potluck-style gatherings from October 4 to 7, 2018 to ensure artists’ voices are an active part of civic discourse leading up to the midterm elections. This is an important moment in our nation’s history—now is the time to break bread