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Alex Rivera’s 2008 Creative Capital Project, Sleep Dealer, is still relevant today—the speculative futurist film made surprisingly accurate predictions about remote warfare, protected borders, and automation. Ahead of a screening at Queens Museum, Rivera told us about the work.

On Our Radar 2019 features noteworthy projects in all disciplines that advanced to the final round in the competitive selection process for the Creative Capital Award.

This month, we closed our latest Creative Capital Award open application. It’s one of the most exciting parts of our work, when we invite artists working in all different disciplines and all over the country to submit their ambitious projects to us for support. The more than 4,000 submissions received span all genres, and applicants range in age from 25 to 96, and hail from all over the United States. We cannot wait to see what they have in store for us.

The application for the 2020 Creative Capital Award is now open through February 28. Artists in all disciplines may to apply in this round. We provided more information about what we’re looking for in the application.

Artistic collaborations and collectives are eligible and encouraged to apply for a Creative Capital Award. We know that collaboratives come in all shapes and sizes, so we are clarifying a few guidelines about them to know when submitting an application.

Insights from some of the panelists who helped us with the Creative Capital Award application process.

Here are the 50 projects by 58 individual artists that have received 2019 Creative Capital Awards. The artists represent some of the most exciting work being conducted in all disciplines from digital technology and performing arts to documentary film and visual practice.

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