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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.


View all photographs The 2019 Artist Retreat took place June 13-16 at Bard College in Annandale-On-Hudson, New York, kicking off a year of celebrations for Creative Capital’s 20th anniversary. Videos of artist presentations will be published later this summer.


Apply by July 31 to be a part of Creative Capital’s Taller profesional para artistas, a free four-month career development program for Spanish-speaking Latinx artists in New York City.


In a time when the animation industry was dominated by men, Pitt made personal and provocative films that addressed issues like depression, identity, sexuality, and mortality. Pitt’s work was acquired by the permanent collections at MoMA and the Walker Art Center, and has been exhibited at many other museums around the world. By straddling the


We are proud to announce that, in recognition of our 20th anniversary, Creative Capital will move to an annual cycle of awards and retreats, allowing us to provide more support for artists, and on a more responsive schedule.


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.