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Amy Smith, Daniel Park, Caroline Woolard, and Kristina Wong discuss alternative ways of working in solidarity and community, and maintaining financial stability and wellness as artists.
In her 20-year history with Creative Capital, Leslie Singer has not just seen how the organization has grown, but has also borne witness to the changing landscape of the arts and the nonprofit world.
Ruby Lerner talks about the creation of Creative Capital, starting with its early history, and origin to explain how her vision shaped the unique model of supporting artists.
Creative Capital is happy to announce the addition of six new members to its Board of Directors, and the election of Annie Han and Bill Foulkes as Co-Chairs.
Artists like Matthew Moore are uniquely skilled at pivoting their work to adapt to challenging circumstances while maintaining the integrity and strength of their vision.
We spoke with artists who experienced the Taller, a series of multi-day, Spanish-language workshops on career advancement of artistic practice.
Sam Green speaks about his documentary about the Weather Underground whose story provides a complex, yet instructive example of what happens when a group decides peaceful protest isn’t enough.
The Arts Writers Grant supports emerging and established writers who are writing about contemporary visual art. Applications are open now through May 20, 2020.
Creative Capital has joined forces with national arts grantmakers to form Artist Relief — an initiative that includes immediate, unrestricted emergency funding of $5,000 for individual artists of all disciplines.
Maurice Berger, curator, critic, and art historian, passed away on March 23, 2020 of coronavirus-related causes. He received an Arts Writers Grant in 2014.