Every month, Creative Capital compiles a list of residencies, grant, and award opportunities as part of our commitment to sharing resources and opportunities for artists working in all creative disciplines. These opportunities have deadlines in November through January.


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.


Did you know Europe provides about $30 million in commission fees every year to artists? We speak to Kurt Perschke about how artists can take advantage of art festivals in Europe ahead of our online workshop, Unlocking Europe: Festival Commissions Revealed, happening November 7, 2019.


When their Creative Capital Project is activated, Jon Rubin and Sohrab Kashani’s duplicate space in Pittsburgh and in Tehran will house concurrent art ventures for the two audiences to come together across distances. We spoke to Rubin and Kashani about the work.


Every month, Creative Capital compiles a list of residencies, grant, and award opportunities as part of our commitment to sharing resources and opportunities for artists working in all creative disciplines. These opportunities have deadlines in September and October.


Vicky Funari talks about her Creative Capital Project, Maquilápolis, a documentary that uses the medium as a way to galvanize support for a range of issues, from environmental justice to women’s rights.



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.