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Creative Capital will award $2.5 million in artist grants to support the creation of 50 new groundbreaking projects.

Sundance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in the United States, brings together films from across the country and the world. This year, four Creative Capital artists will be screening their films in Utah and online, January 19–29, 2023.

Creative Capital congratulates all of the Hewlett 50 Arts Commissions recipients. Explore six Hewlett 50 Arts Commissions by Creative Capital artists.

The Creative Capital community was saddened to learn about the passing of Ron Feldman in late December. Creative Capital shared fond memories of Ron in remembrance of his generosity with artists.

Can Philanthropy Shape Equity in the Arts? 5 Questions to Consider When Making a Donation
Creating a more diverse art world must begin upstream from galleries and museums.

What a year! As 2022 comes to a close,  we’re taking a look back at the 13 unforgettable Creative Capital Projects that made their debut.

With the holiday season upon us, Creative Capital staff reflect on the many joys we have shared with artists this past year!

Nikyatu Jusu made history in 2022 with her directorial debut, Nanny. It was the first horror film ever to win Sundance’s Grand Jury Prize, and only the second time that award had gone to a Black woman director. Creative Capital awarded Jusu in 2020 to help fund the creation of Nanny. The New York Times

Every artist dreams of making wild, new work. This Giving Tuesday, help us raise $300,000 to provide critical funds for artists. Your gift will be matched for double the impact.

This Indigenous and Native American Heritage Month, we are celebrating the richness of Indigenous culture and knowledge with a look at a diverse range of Creative Capital projects that amplify Indigenous voices. See how these artists are using performance, visual art, humor, and music to teach their traditions, activate communities, and reimagine futures.